Coronavirus Updates: Trump Says Countries Must Accept Deportees or Lose Visas

Here’s what you need to know: ImageA passenger in medical scrubs on an empty subway car in New York on Thursday.Credit…Jonah Markowitz for The New York Times Trump says he’s ‘looking at a date’ to begin easing restrictions. As new federal projections warned of a spike in coronavirus infections if shelter-in-place orders were lifted after…

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Anne Bass, 78, Arts Patron and Peerless Gardener, Dies

Anne Hendricks Bass, the arts patron who helped raise the profile of ballet in the United States, harking back to an era when art was viewed as a vehicle for beauty and moral uplift, died on April 1 at her home in Manhattan. She was 78. Julian Lethbridge, her longtime partner, said the cause was…

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Why Some Fashion Influencers Are Going Off the Grid

Allegra Shaw remembers a time, three or four years ago, when packages from brands—clothes and beauty products sent in the hope that Shaw, a YouTuber with nearly a million followers, would dedicate a video to them—came equipped with confetti explosions and television screens. “When you get a TV in a package, how do you dispose…

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Exercising Outdoors With a Face Mask

When we asked readers what they still wished to know about exercising during the coronavirus crisis, one issue topped all others. People wondered about running or cycling in a face mask and how it would affect their breathing, performance, chances of spreading the virus and even vision. To find out, I spoke with a number…

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How to Reserve a Hotel Room in a Pandemic

The federal directive extending social-distancing guidelines to April 30, as well as multiple state recommendations to shelter in place, means that few people are traveling. Many hotels have closed for the interim and most major hotel chains have waived cancellation fees, often refunding even nonrefundable rooms. But for travelers considering a trip in May or…

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Coronavirus Cases in the US: Live Updates

Here’s what you need to know: ImageA passenger in medical scrubs on an empty subway car in New York on Thursday.Credit…Jonah Markowitz for The New York Times New federal projections show a spike in infections if shelter-in-place orders are lifted at 30 days. Stay-at-home orders, school closures and social distancing greatly reduce infections of the…

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Love Letter: They Got Married, Against the Odds

[Sign up here to receive Love Letter, a weekly newsletter about relationship highs, lows and woes, in your inbox every Friday.] Over the past few weeks, the world has begun to look dramatically different. Many people are still adjusting to restrictions aimed at slowing the spread of the coronavirus, separating the things they want from…

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Restarting America Means People Will Die. So When Do We Do It?

The politics of the coronavirus have made it seem indecent to talk about the future. As President Trump has flirted with reopening America quickly — saying in late March that he’d like to see “packed churches” on Easter and returning to the theme days ago with “we cannot let this continue” — public-health experts have…

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Quick, Easy and So Satisfying

Welcome to Five Weeknight Dishes. This newsletter is dedicated to recipes that are easy, quick and satisfying, words that all have a different meaning today than they did when we first started. I spent a few hours this week cleaning out my freezer and — compared with the other things on my to-do list, like…

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