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  1. Feds Arrest 'The Mask Man,' New York Pharmacist Accused Of Profiteering On N95 Masks
    "I feel like a drug dealer standing out here," Richard Schirripa allegedly said as he was recorded selling 16 boxes of N95 masks to a customer on the street, a criminal complaint says.

  2. ER Visit For COVID-19 Symptoms Stuck Man With A $3,278 Bill
    A dad in Denver tried to do everything right when COVID-19 symptoms surfaced. But he got a surprising bill from his insurer, which had waived cost sharing for treatment of the coronavirus infection.

  3. As COVID-19 Cuts Deadly Path Through Indiana Prisons, Inmates Say Symptoms Ignored
    Prisoners and their relatives have contradicted state officials about the conditions and medical care inside Indiana prisons. Some say didn't learn an imprisoned relative had COVID-19 until he died.

  4. Experts Help Listeners Make Tough Choices During The Pandemic, Continued
    Infectious disease specialist Dr. Helen Boucher and professor of economics Emily Oster help listeners make tough decisions related to the coronavirus pandemic.

  5. Experts Help Listeners Make Tough Choices During The Pandemic
    Infectious disease specialist Dr. Helen Boucher and professor of economics Emily Oster help listeners make tough decisions related to the coronavirus pandemic.

  6. 6 Pieces Of Advice From A Veteran Contact Tracer And A Newbie
    Get friendly with community leaders; be prepared to be judged by others. Disease detectives from California and Liberia share their best insights.

  7. VIDEO: What The U.S. Is Doing About Its Testing Swab Shortage
    To contain the coronavirus, the U.S. needs to be able to test a lot of people. But we're facing a shortage of a key ingredient: the swab. Here's why these swabs are so hard to source.

  8. ProPublica Report On Chicago's Dramatic COVID-19 Health Disparities
    NPR's Michel Martin speaks with ProPublica's Duaa Eldeib about her report, "The First 100," which looks at the reasons why 70 of the first 100 COVID-19 deaths in Chicago were African Americans.

  9. Pediatrician Discusses Pandemic's Effects On Middle Schoolers
    NPR's Michel Martin speaks with pediatrician Cara Natterson about how the coronavirus pandemic ? and our response to it ? is affecting kids in a key developmental age group: middle school.

  10. Illinois Hospital Fighting To Serve COVID-19 Patients Amid Financial Struggles
    NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Dr. Alfredo Mena Lora of Chicago's St. Anthony Hospital about how his institution is faring with COVID-19 amid a budget shortfall.



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