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Delta and the other major airlines are applying for federal relief payments to help them get through the slowdown caused by the coronavirus outbreak. Daniel Slim/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Medical staff in Marseille, France show packets of a Nivaquine, tablets containing chloroquine and Plaqueril, tablets containing hydroxychloroquine. Gerard Julien/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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A Delta Air Lines airplane was worked on by ground crew last month in Red Rock, Ariz. Many planes were being kept at the facility while airlines cut back on service because of the coronavirus. Ross D. Franklin/AP hide caption

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China Enters The Next Phase of Its COVID-19 Outbreak: Suppression

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A pedestrian in a face mask crosses the Williamsburg Bridge in New York City last month. U.S. health authorities have announced they're changing the official recommendations on face masks, now urging people to wear them in public spaces to help slow the spread of the coronavirus. Bryan R. Smith/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. Navy Captain Brett Crozier, who was relieved of command of the USS Theodore Roosevelt after sending a letter critical of the handling of a shipboard outbreak. U.S. Navy hide caption

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Chicken hatcheries say they're seeing a spike in interest from people wanting to raise the birds at home. A poultry expert says that for the average person keeping half a dozen chickens in the summer, "you would get plenty of eggs for the family." Mike Segar/Reuters hide caption

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