Julia Pucci, Matthew Dudley

Julia Claire Pucci and Matthew Christopher Dudley were married March 14 at the home of the bride’s parents in Water Mill, N.Y. Rabbi Laurie Gold officiated. The couple met at Yale, from which the bride, 28, graduated and is currently studying for a Ph.D. in Italian language and literature. The groom, 27, is pursuing a…

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Karen Dubbin, Reed Goodwin

Karen Ruth Dubbin and Reed Alexander Goodwin were married March 14 at the Palms Hotel & Spa in Miami Beach. Eric Dubbin, a Universal Life minister and an uncle of the bride, officiated. The bride, 30, is a biomaterials engineer at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in Livermore, Calif., where she focuses on bioprinting for tissue…

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Coronavirus Travel Restrictions, Across the Globe

Countries across the world have imposed travel restrictions to curb the spread of the coronavirus. This list, pulled from official government reports and the United States State Department, will be updated as new measures are announced. Americas Argentina Starting March 17, Argentina is halting all flights from Europe and the United States for at least…

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Trump Is Tested for Coronavirus, and Experts Ask: What Took So Long?

After hosting a gathering with guests later found to be infected with the coronavirus, President Trump refrained from getting tested, let alone from self-quarantine, even as administration officials urged Americans to adopt stern new precautions. Mr. Trump finally underwent testing for the virus on Saturday morning and was reported to be negative on Saturday evening.…

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How to Protect Older People From the Coronavirus

Amid the uncertainty swirling around the coronavirus pandemic stands one incontrovertible fact: The highest rate of fatalities is among older people, particularly those with underlying medical conditions. Of the confirmed cases in China to date, nearly 15 percent of patients over 80 have died. For those under 50, the death rate was well below 1…

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Spain Imposes Nationwide Lockdown to Fight Coronavirus

MADRID — Faced with a sharp rise in coronavirus cases, Spain on Saturday became the second country in Europe to impose sweeping restrictions on the public, telling everyone to stay indoors, with limited exceptions. The government said people could leave their homes to buy food, to go to work if they cannot work remotely, to…

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Internet Providers Won’t Cut Off Users Over Unpaid Bills for 60 Days

AT&T, Comcast and dozens of other telecommunications firms have committed to not disconnecting service to residential and small business customers who can’t pay their bills because of the coronavirus outbreak, the Federal Communications Commission said on Friday. The pledge the companies plan to implement also calls for them to open public Wi-Fi hot spots and…

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Coronavirus Live Updates: Outbreak Hits 49 States; Apple Shuts Most Stores

Here’s what you need to know: ImageA former Econo Lodge motel that is being used by King County, Wash., to isolate people who might have been exposed to the coronavirus.Credit…Andrew Burton for The New York Times The coronavirus spreads to 49 states, and the House passes a sweeping relief package. As the coronavirus continues to…

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These Lab Animals Will Help Fight Coronavirus

Among the many lessons of the coronavirus pandemic is how close humans are to the rest of the animal kingdom. We get diseases from other animals, and then we use more animals to figure out how to stop the diseases. As research ramp up treatments and vaccines, animals are crucial to fighting the pandemic. There…

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He Has 17,700 Bottles of Hand Sanitizer and Nowhere to Sell Them

On March 1, the day after the first coronavirus death in the United States was announced, brothers Matt and Noah Colvin set out in a silver S.U.V. to pick up some hand sanitizer. Driving around Chattanooga, Tenn., they hit a Dollar Tree, then a Walmart, a Staples and a Home Depot. At each store, they…

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