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  • Vanity Fair reports that Mike Bloomberg has been rejecting his own advisers' calls to drop out in the wake of South Carolina's primary.
  • The Atlantic writes that because the U.S. data on coronavirus infections are so deeply flawed, the quantification of the outbreak obscures more than it illuminates.
  • A state Senator wants to prevent retailers and manufacturers from "cashing in on a potential pandemic as coronavirus fears send hand sanitizer, face masks and medical supplies flying off shelves."
  • An Italian woman described her experience having coronavirus to Slate: "The thing that hurt me most about this whole ordeal was the people from my city, who treated me as if I had the plague."
  • The coronavirus is making people realize just how hard it is to stop touching your face.
  • Asian-American protesters say the New York schools chancellor Richard Carranza's integration agenda harms their children, but he argues that it would benefit “all cultures and all ethnic groups.”
  • Genesis is reportedly reuniting for a tour later this year (but not with Peter Gabriel).
  • A man in Lithuania reportedly locked his wife in the bathroom because he feared she might have the coronavirus.
  • Here's a cute piece about Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick, who are performing together for the first time in 24 years in Neil Simon's Plaza Suite.
  • Haim released "The Steps," another great single from their forthcoming album with another great video directed by PT Anderson.
  • And finally, if Lux wants the gingerbread house, just give it to him: