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March 19, 2020

As we all settle into the reality of living with coronavirus, a few must-read articles came across our monitors: Just how long and where does the coronavirus live and how to clean it up; A new app that lets us know if we’ve crossed paths with who’s infected with the virus; and If you’ve lost your job due to the coronavirus, here’s a checklist of what to do. In other news: A new study shows just how much white nationalist groups have grown in the age of Trump; Medical researchers conclude women more likelier to get Alzheimer’s but there’s something that women can do to stave it off; and There’s a cool new video chatting app that’s all about ‘talking heads.’ Go beyond the headlines…

Coronavirus can live in the air for hours and on surfaces for days, study finds

A new app would say if you’ve crossed paths with someone who is infected

If you lose your job due to the coronavirus pandemic, here’s how to navigate filing for unemployment

ICE to scale back arrests during coronavirus pandemic

After closures at U.S.-Canada border, Trump says he’ll halt nonessential travel at southern border

White nationalist hate groups have grown 55% in Trump era, report finds

The leading expert on women’s brains says they are more likely to get Alzheimer’s

Spring Starts Today All Over America, Which Is Weird

A new floating head video chat multitasking app that’s all about floating heads

Venezuela Coronavirus Response: From Denial to “Catastrophe” in 72 Hours

Costa Rica registers largest day-over-day increase in known coronavirus cases

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