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As some areas around the world begin to see coronavirus death tolls decline, officials in the United States are hopeful that American fatalities will also level off. Former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb grounds expectations for life after the pandemic with historical perspective. 31 million small businesses are scrambling to take advantage of relief programs before the $350 billion of federal funds run out; American Bankers Association President and CEO Robert Nichols explains how the banks are trying to keep up with demand. Grubhub CEO Matt Maloney shares how restaurants are using his platform to stay afloat during the pandemic. Plus, Father James Martin, Jesuit priest and author, discusses faith in humanity during a global crisis.
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