Wednesday on the NewsHour, new data indicates the novel coronavirus was spreading in the U.S. weeks earlier than previously thought. Plus: A timeline of COVID-19 in the U.S., the pandemic worsens global hunger, New York’s shocked health care system, the U.S.-China battle over COVID-19 blame, mental health during the pandemic, a White House update and an Earth Day conversation with Jane Goodall.
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Some states to begin relaxing rules, as U.S. deaths rise
Why contact tracing is critical to containing COVID-19
News Wrap: Reduced pollution on Earth Day’s 50th anniversary
What COVID-19 pandemic means for global starvation
Why New York health care is still ‘in a state of shock’
The U.S.-China battle over COVID-19 narrative and blame
Mental health advice from a New York psychiatrist
Why was a top federal vaccine expert forced out of his job?
Jane Goodall on lessons from the pandemic
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