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  • Dr. Anthony Fauci reiterated that “there’s no magic drug” for COVID-19, despite the fact Donald Trump almost immediately contradicted him.
  • Here are the nine most important unanswered questions about coronavirus—including whether people can be reinfected, is it seasonal, and how did it start.
  • Have you considered going on Zoom dates?
  • Trump and his advisers are resisting calls from congressional Democrats and a growing number of governors to use a federal law to mobilize industry to provide badly needed resources to help halt the spread of the coronavirus.
  • Mike Bloomberg’s defunct presidential campaign laid off hundreds of staffers, breaking his promise that aides would be paid until November if they worked for him, and people are pissed: “I am disgusted by Mike Bloomberg and his staff," said one of the Bloomberg aides. "He has left us with no health insurance during this pandemic. I have a family and do not know what we will do at the end of the month."
  • Among the biggest takeaways of Sen. Richard Burr stock scandal: his defense actually indicts Trump for "vastly downplaying the threat and vastly inflating the success of their own efforts."
  • Here is a brutal story about the toll coronavirus has taken on senior centers and the elderly.
  • Papa John didn't eat 40 pizzas in 30 days. But this guy did.
  • Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort has closed its doors.
  • Slate writes that this crisis isn't Trump's Katrina, it's stupid slow-motion 9/11: "We could have averted the worst. Our pathological president ensured that we did not."
  • Pitchfork has suggestions for 13 classic live performances and concert films you can stream at home now.
  • And finally, anyone looking for a dog on sale?