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Monday headlines: The comedy routine America needs right now.

With businesses closed, streets quiet and neighborhood walks becoming a national pastime, it’s a great time to get into bird-watching.

From bats to humans, how a coronavirus evolves.

Researchers in New York City begin collecting blood from COVID-19 survivors, with the hope that their immunity can be shared with others.

New York City’s 911 system averages 4,000 medical calls a day. On Thursday, dispatchers took more than 7,000.

“We are getting calls from people who say ‘I think my neighbour is going out on a second run—I want you to come and arrest them.’”

How Donald Trump failed “the biggest test of his life.”

“I don't blame Trump entirely for America's unpreparedness... But I do blame Trump for wasting a couple of months in denialism.”

New York governor Andrew Cuomo and his younger brother, CNN anchor Chris Cuomo, are the comedy routine America needs right now.

A Wisconsin pediatrician invents a barrier to keep providers safe.

JoAnn Fabrics is helping hospitals with free at-home mask-making kits. Also, Chanel.

See also: Making face shields is simple. Making masks is tough.

At a nursing home for Southern California’s wealthy elderly, coronavirus diagnoses stir anger.

"Please be prepared that despite everything seeming like it will go on the same way forever, anything that happened to any human being at any point in history could also happen to you."

Powell's Books rehires over 100 employees after a surge of online orders.

A brief guide to Nicolas Jaar’s “wildly inventive” electronic music.

Since you’re isolating: some weird podcasts!

An orange leaves the fruit basket and gets dressed up with items in the kitchen, “transforming into the lead role in Georges Bizet’s 1875 opera Carmen.”