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  • Experts say that the U.S. is nowhere near ready to restart the economy.
  • Local officials and health-care workers are losing faith in the federal COVID-19 response, and struggling to improvise their own solutions.
  • Margaret Sullivan wonders whether having Chris Cuomo interview his brother Andrew Cuomo is ethically dubious.
  • Here is a fantastic essay about how the constant sound of sirens in the city is having an effect on people: "Their persistence has a cumulative effect: I feel their presence in my body as an ever-increasing tightness in my shoulders and neck. It is as though, around the clock, the city itself were wailing for its sick and dying."
  • Vulture has a good interview with comedian Jaboukie Young-White about how he keeps getting suspended from Twitter and how the pandemic might change comedy.
  • The city’s Department of Education has barred teachers and administrators from using Zoom because of frequent "Zoombombings" by online trolls.
  • Some housekeepers and nannies have continued working during the crisis, and they are increasingly worried they're sick.
  • Lin-Manuel Miranda and the original cast of Broadway’s Hamilton appeared on John Krasinski's new YouTube series Some Good News.
  • Do a deep dive into Stevie Nicks's back catalogue with this great Pitchfork feature on 33 of her defining songs.
  • In case you missed it this weekend, the Times had a story about the last couple stranded at an eternal honeymoon in the Maldives, and the resort workers who have to keep attending to them.
  • Short-form streaming network Quibi launches today—but is it any good?
  • Listen to a synthy new song by The Strokes titled "Brooklyn Bridge To Chorus."
  • And finally, the dogs are taking notice of the sirens as well: