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  • As of today, Iceland has achieved something no other country has: it's tested 10% of its population for coronavirus. Here's what they've learned.
  • Vox throws some ice cold water on anyone thinking the country is remotely ready to reopen: "I’ve read the plans to reopen the economy. They’re scary."
  • Six train service was suspended this afternoon in both of directions north of Hunts Point Avenue because of a minor derailment involving one axle on a train.
  • Many bars and strip clubs were forced to close nearly overnight because of coronavirus—but strip clubs are now experimenting with recreating the experience digitally on Instagram.
  • While Peter Navarro wrote memos privately warning the White House coronavirus could kill millions here and inflict trillions of economic damage, he was publicly saying there was "nothing to worry about" and the economy was not at risk from a slowdown in China.
  • Hamilton Leithauser broke down every track on his excellent new album The Loves Of Your Life.
  • WNYC's Tanzina Vega writes about the difficulties of raising a newborn as a single parent while quarantining.
  • Harvey Weinstein will face an additional sexual assault charge in his California case.
  • Here is a great Random Roles feature on Don Cheadle from The AV Club.
  • Terrible people are allegedly luring grocery delivery app workers with a big tip, only to decrease or remove the tip altogether after delivery.
  • The Times looks at how the comic book industry has been dealing with the crisis: "A lot of people are going to lose their livelihoods.” And could coronavirus be the "death knell" for many record stores?
  • Jamie Dornan seems embarrassed that he took part in Gal Gadot's "Imagine" celebrity video: “[Gadot was] trying to do a good thing, I just got dragged along with it."
  • And finally, what are my weekend plans you ask? This: