Headlines Edition

Thursday Headlines: “I know the day we got it.”

In a report, US intelligence concludes China intentionally underreported its COVID-19 cases and deaths.

The number of people filing for unemployment benefits in the US reaches a new high, with an additional 6.6 million claims this week—bringing the total to around 10 million over the past two weeks.

Be wary of social media posts asking you to avoid grocery shopping on certain days to leave room for those in need: Some assistance programs re-up at the beginning of the month, but many do not, and schedules differ by area.

As demand outstrips supply for personal protective equipment, here's a template and instructions for making your own mask, as well as a quick, no-sew version.

Tracking where in the US people did and didn't adhere to social distancing over the past month.

"I know the day we got it—at least two of us in our Brooklyn apartment—because that Saturday our two-year-old son ran around outside." Reyhan Harmanci details two horrible weeks of her family’s bout with the coronavirus.

Photos: Here is New York in quarantine.

One way to visit the Met in the shutdown: John Kerschbaum's amazingly detailed 2004 illustration of every gallery in the museum.

Williamsburg landlord Mario Salerno responded to the coronavirus crisis by waiving April rent for his approximately 200 tenants.

A roundup of GoFundMes for indie bookstores.

Adam Schlesinger of Fountains of Wayne has died at age 52 from COVID-19.

For those unable to deliver their loved ones a jazz funeral during the coronavirus outbreak, Brass-a-Holics offers "I'll Fly Away."

When you can’t go see live music anymore, at all, because everyone is forced to stay home, you revert back to the world of your own impulses. Your mental boundaries constrict to the size of your home, and you become a cult of one. On experiencing live music with strangers online.

Marred by pandemic, the next generation may avoid risks and embrace social safety nets, as the children of the Depression did.

For the first time since World War II, Wimbledon has been canceled.

Those from Wuhan living in the US are experiencing the outbreak twice: first in relatives’ stories, now firsthand at home.

"I tried to stay away from cliche images that...might enhance the stigma." Preppers' homes, photographed by Lise Straatsma.

Antarctica may have been a swampy rainforest 90 million years ago.

"I don't have a problem with imagination." What it's like to be an author with aphantasia.

How installation artist Shing Yin Khor is quarantining: by parodying famous performance art pieces inside Animal Crossing.

And a link correction to this, from yesterday: Dave Eggers explains how to save your local bookstore.