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PBS NewsHour full episode, Apr 22, 2020

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.

WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS
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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