Gucci Hits Reset on the Standard Fashion Calendar

Victor VIRGILEGetty Images From the start of the coronavirus pandemic, the fashion industry has faced its troubles. Store closures, legacy brands filing for bankruptcy, and as of late, fashion houses postponing or canceling upcoming fashion shows. Gucci is the latest house to switch up its Fashion Week strategy announcing that it will only show two…

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Coronavirus Live News: Global Updates

Here’s what you need to know: ImageTaking swab samples from Wuhan residents earlier this month.Credit…Agence France-Presse — Getty Images Here’s how Wuhan tested 6.5 million people for the coronavirus in days. The Wuhan government is close to completing its citywide testing drive. Thousands of medical and other workers were mobilized in a feat that some…

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‘Aggressive’ Rats May Increase During Pandemic, C.D.C. Says

Environmental health and rodent control programs may see an increase in service requests related to “unusual or aggressive” rodent behavior, the agency said on its website on Thursday. “The rats are not becoming aggressive toward people, but toward each other,” Bobby Corrigan, an urban rodentologist who has both a master’s degree and Ph.D. in rodent…

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When Couples Fight About Virus Risks

Lian Chikako Chang and her husband, Drew Harry, agree on the big picture when it comes to minimizing their 3-year-old’s risk of exposure to the coronavirus. They both work in the tech industry and neither is an essential worker, so they have been following California’s shelter-in-place rules and going outside only for curb-side pick up…

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A Perfect Spa Bathroom Design

When a barrage of bad news, glitchy videoconferences and cramped quarters propel stress levels to new highs, it helps to have a place to recharge. For some, that has traditionally been the spa. But with many spas temporarily closed and social distancing measures in place, that option isn’t as easy, or appealing, as it once…

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Finding, and Curing, Cancers May Be Another Casualty of Coronavirus

Our leukemia team just cared for a young woman who had gone to a hospital 50 miles from ours because she wasn’t feeling well. She had delayed seeing a doctor for weeks, fearing that emergency rooms and urgent care clinics were akin to Covid hot zones. She didn’t want to catch the coronavirus if she…

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Keeping Clients Fit During the Pandemic by Going Virtual

This article is part of Owning the Future, a series on how small businesses across the country are coping with the coronavirus pandemic. The routine has been the same for six years. On Saturday mornings, Jason Atlas changes into a T-shirt, a pair of comfortable shorts and lightweight training shoes, then heads down to the…

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Is This the Breakout Star of Virtual Fitness?

Every morning, Isaac Calpito sets the stage in the East Hampton living room of his friend Stephanie DiTullio. Mr. Calpito, 39, is dressed, often, in sparkling yoga tights and a tank top that show his muscles to good advantage. His main prop is an iPhone. At 11 a.m. sharp, accompanied by a new playlist chosen…

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Here’s How Wuhan Tested 6.5 Million for Coronavirus in Days

In Wuhan, medical workers armed with coronavirus test swabs scoured construction sites and markets to look for itinerant workers while others made house calls to reach older residents and people with disabilities. Officials aired announcements over loudspeakers urging people to sign up for their own good. These are the front lines of an unprecedented campaign…

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All the Times Princess Diana Recycled Her Royal Wardrobe

The Pale Blue Catherine Walker Gown Diana wore this long-sleeved gown for the first time during an official visit to Lisbon, Portugal in 1987. She then remade the dress, removing the sleeves and re-crafting it with a heart-shaped strapless neckline to wear to a charity ball two years later in 1989. A Voluminous Skirt Clearly,…

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