What Does The Future Of Work Look Like In A Post-COVID-19 World? | NBC News NOW

As major companies begin to shift to a permanent remote workforce, small businesses are feeling pressure to adapt. NBC News’ Jacob Ward takes a look at the potential for the future of the workplace.
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What The United States Can Learn From South Korea’s Virus Response | Andrea Mitchell | MSNBC

Victor Cha joins Andrea Mitchell to discuss how South Korea has been able to set a global standard with their coronavirus response, employing early and widespread testing, tracing, and other mitigation strategies. Aired on 4/15/2020.
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Matthew McConaughey Shows How To Make A Face Mask Using A Coffee Filter | NBC News

In the guise of bounty hunter Bobby Bandito, McConaughey demonstrated how to fold a bandanna and coffee to create an improvised face mask.
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How Gov. Ned Lamont says he’ll decide when to reopen Connecticut

Questions about when Americans can resume a semblance of normal life are not easy to answer, but the governors of some states are working together to prepare a plan. Among them is Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont, who joins Judy Woodruff to discuss the current status of COVID-19 in his state and why he needs more testing and PPE to inform his decision about sending Connecticut residents back to work.

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What Makes The Antibody Test Difficult Than The Diagnostic Test For COVID-19? | MTP Daily | MSNBC

Dr. Amesh Adalja of Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security discusses what makes the antibody test different and more complex than the diagnostic test for COVID-19. Aired on 04/14/2020.
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What new reports reveal about Trump’s response to COVID-19

New reporting from The New York Times has revealed even more early warnings about the seriousness of the novel coronavirus pandemic — and raises questions about whether President Trump and his administration waited too long to take important steps. Eric Lipton, an investigative reporter for the Times, joins Judy Woodruff to discuss a critical three-week delay from February into March.

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When Is The Right Time To Lift Lockdown Measures In New York? | MSNBC

NBC’s Ron Allen reports on the situation in New York, adds that Gov. Cuomo wants to see “testing for antibodies” before lockdown measures are lifted. Aired on 4/10/2020.
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What Drives Trump Administration’s Stance On Re-Opening Economy | Morning Joe | MSNBC

WH economic adviser Larry Kudlow this week spoke about why working is ‘cool’ again. Stephanie Ruhle joins Morning Joe to discuss Kudlow’s remarks and the state of the economy during the coronavirus. Aired on 4/10/2020.
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Dr. Anthony Fauci: I Was ‘Somewhat Serious’ When I Said We’ll Never Shake Hands Again | TODAY

Joining TODAY live, Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, says that he was “somewhat serious” when he said that Americans “may never shake hands again,” but says that social behaviors will have to change to combat the virus when it returns “because it’s not going to disappear.”
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What these New York EMTs are seeing as they respond to COVID-19 cases

New York remains the epicenter of the U.S. coronavirus outbreak. Medical teams there are facing a surge of seriously ill patients, and doing so while concerned about their own level of protection from the disease. William Brangham talks to Adam Bliden and Pearse Matthews, EMTs in the state’s Rockland County, about the “terrifying” ordeal of knowing that many patients they pick up won’t survive.

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