Dr. Fauci warns of second virus wave coming in the fall; Commander of aircraft carrier with at least 70 infected sailors begs Navy for help; Trump to formally unveil new coronavirus guidelines; Goldman Sachs now expects unemployment to hit 15%;


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More than 75% Americans under stay at home orders; Task force discussing whether public should be wearing masks; Trump says he's not hearing about problems with testing; Health experts say there aren't enough tests; Neurosurgeon who separated conjoined twins dies from complications of coronavirus; CNN goes inside Washington State hospital preparing for surge of patients; Washington nurse: "Sense of anxiety" inside hospital as serious coronavirus cases increase; How the Army Corps of Engineers is helping during coronavirus; Army Corps of Engineers creating temporary hospitals to deal with surge of coronavirus patients; First U.S. service member dies from coronavirus; Governors push back on Trump's false testing assertion; Goldman Sachs now expects unemployment to hit 15%; U.S. economy to shrink by 34%; JCPenny, GAP, Macy's, Kohl's to furlough retail workers; New York AG flags privacy issues with Zoom video conferencing; One-on-one with New Jersey Governor; New Jersey is state with second-highest number of cases; Cases in New Jersey top 18,000; at least 267 deaths; New Jersey Gov says he still needs 2,000 ventilators; European hospitals warn they could run out of essential ICU drugs "in a couple of days"; India turns stadium into makeshift jail for people violating lockdown orders; 13-year-old dies from coronavirus in London, youngest victim in U.K.; Indian State sprays sanitizing liquid meant for buses at migrant workers; Popular Doc now on socks, donuts, pasta dish;

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