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  • The epidemiologist who helped eradicate smallpox says coronavirus is "the most dangerous pandemic in our lifetime," but he thinks we can beat it with more testing.
  • Multiple people, including Tucker Carlson, are calling on Intelligence Committee Chairman Sen. Richard Burr to resign after it was reported that he sold off a significant share of stock just weeks before the market crashed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Politico talked to over 30 experts about how coronavirus will permanently change the world.
  • Nom Wah Tea Parlor, the oldest restaurant in Chinatown, is now in "survival mode."
  • COVID-19 may not be Trump's fault, but The Atlantic writes that the autocratic political culture that propped up the Trump administration has left the nation entirely unprepared for an economic and public-health crisis like this.
  • The Times profiled some of the delivery workers who have been working through this crisis to keep delivering us food.
  • Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin announced that the Trump administration will move the tax filing deadline from April 15th to July 15th.
  • TV's medical dramas are donating what they normally use as props to aid medical professionals.
  • If you're looking for something fun, The New York Times Games team has made three game packs free through March 31st in the iOS app.
  • A longtime employee of NBC News died Thursday after testing positive for the coronavirus.
  • Are you in the mood to listen to a coronavirus podcast?
  • It's new music Friday: listen to The Weeknd's excellent new synth-laden album After Hours; J Balvin's ridiculously catchy spanish trap album Colores; and make sure to buy music directly from independent artists on Bandcamp.
  • And finally, at least we can still hug dogs: