Wednesday on the NewsHour, much of the U.S. is shut down as coronavirus cases spread, and President Trump sounds a grim warning. Plus: The mayor of Miami on his COVID-19 experience, on the front lines at hospitals facing the crisis, the medical mask shortage, racist attacks on Asians amid the pandemic, how Taiwan controlled its virus outbreak, a White House update and virtual social connection.
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New York’s Gov. Cuomo warns other states of what’s to come
How Miami mayor hopes to avoid an ‘apocalyptic’ scenario
Strategies from hospitals on front lines of COVID-19 fight
News Wrap: U.S. believes China vastly understated death toll
Should everyone wear a mask to protect against COVID-19?
What anti-Asian attacks say about U.S. culture amid crisis
How Taiwan has become a COVID-19 success story
Why top national security staff attended COVID-19 briefing
Amid isolation, these Americans have found ways to connect
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