Tuesday on the NewsHour, more aspects of Americans’ daily routines disappear with new cancellations, closures and shutdowns as novel coronavirus spreads nationwide. Plus: The latest federal government action to fight the pandemic, financial support for those struggling with the crisis, San Francisco goes on lockdown and results and turnout from 2020 Democratic primaries held during the pandemic.
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Biden wins Ill., Fla. in primaries complicated by pandemic
In U.S. and globally, normal life shuts down amid pandemic
What the U.S. federal government is doing to fight COVID-19
How government can help Americans struggling financially
How San Francisco’s mayor is trying to fight virus outbreak
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Reports from states holding primaries amid pandemic
Who’s turning out to vote in 2020 primaries amid pandemic?
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