Inside The Ripple Effect | Inside The Outbreak | Associated Press

The coronavirus pandemic continues to take a devastating toll on The United States economy, with over 6 million Americans filing for unemployment. The disruptions due to coronavirus are causing a ripple effect, trickling into the day-to-day lives of people across the globe. AP National Writer and Director of Digital Innovation, Ted Anthony, has been covering the ripple effect of the virus and breaks it all down for us on this episode of Ground Game.

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Russian plane with supplies for virus fight arrives in US | AFP

A Russian military plane carrying medical supplies arrives in the United States, the Russian mission to the UN said, as the Kremlin flexes its soft power during the coronavirus pandemic. The Antonov-124, landed at JFK Airport in New York — the epicenter of America’s coronavirus outbreak — video posted on the mission’s Twitter page showed.

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US Capitol deserted as Washington DC starts first day of stay-at-home order | AFP

The US Capitol is deserted as Washington, DC wakes up on its first day of stay-at-home order. Three-quarters of Americans are now under some form of lockdown as the United States braces for the full impact of the coronavirus pandemic. IMAGES

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Russian plane heads to US with supplies for virus fight | AFP

Russia announces it has sent a plane loaded with humanitarian aid to the United States, hit hard by the pandemic of the new coronavirus which left more than 4,000 dead. A Russian Air Force Antonov-124, “with medical masks and medical equipment on board, has left for the United States,” the Russian Defense Ministry said in a statement. IMAGES of the plane been loaded and taking off from Chkalovsky military air base near Moscow

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Trump admin. weakens fuel mileage standards

The Trump administration is rolling back tough Obama-era mileage standards and gutting one of the United States’ biggest efforts to slow climate change. The administration released its relaxed mileage rules Tuesday. (March 31)

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Latin America’s glaring inequality as COVID-19 spreads across the region

The coronavirus is taking root in the world’s most unequal region after many of Latin America’s first cases arrived with members of the elite returning from vacations or work trips to Europe and the United States. Many of the wealthy are already recovering, but experts warn that the virus could kill scores of the poorest people. Those in poverty must work to feed their families, live in unsanitary conditions and lack proper medical care. Some locked-down countries are paying those who have been told to stay home to reduce the spread of the virus. But the effort is patchwork and doesn’t apply to everyone who needs help.

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Coronavirus: 3D printing enthusiast makes face shields for medical staff | AFP

Jeremy Reitman prints dozens of face shields made from six 3D printers for medical staff in the United States. Reitman and his wife Taren will ship the face shields to hospitals across the country facing the brunt of the coronavirus crisis. After a Facebook post by Reitman last Friday, donors helped him to buy 14 new printers. “By the end of this week, we plan to be able to produce between 250 and 300 pieces per day” says Reitman.

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Coronaviurs: the pandemic takes hold in Africa | AFP

As China slowly begins its return to normal, in other countries around the world the pandemic is only just taking hold. Residents of Moscow and Lagos are the latest to join more than 3 billion people around the world now under stay-at-home orders. The quick progression of the disease has forced governments to take increasingly desperate actions, including in the United States, where President Donald Trump has finally conceded that there is still a long road ahead.

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Coronavirus: Peak US death rate likely to hit in two weeks says Trump | AFP

“Easter should be the peak number”, Donald Trump says, referring to the peak death rate in the United States from the coronavirus pandemic. The US president also extends “social distancing” guidelines until April 30, as he spoke at a televised briefing in the Rose Garden of the White House. Trump also addresses statements by top medical advisor, Anthony Fauci, who estimates that the virus could possibly result in 100,000 to 200,000 deaths in the country.

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Demand explodes for New York food banks as unemployment rises | AFP

New York food banks have become inundated with newcomers, deprived of income since the near-total halt of business in the United States’ economic capital. “We’re seeing a lot of poverty,” notices Geraldine Firmin from City Harvest, a major New York-based charitable organization, during a food donation market.

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Coronavirus: Piazza di Spagna in Rome almost deserted as death toll surpasses 10,000 | AFP

Images from a deserted Piazza di Spagna as Italy’s death toll tops 10,000 despite a 16-day lockdown. Its toll from the past three days alone reached 2,520 — higher than the total number of deaths in the United States and France. Italy now looks certain to extend its economically debilitating — and emotionally stressful — ban on public gatherings and business closures past the April 3 deadline. IMAGES

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Coronavirus: Music silenced in New Orleans as city shuts down | AFP

New Orleans, the Louisiana city known as the “Big Easy” famed for its jazz and nightlife, has become an epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic gripping the United States. Bourbon Street, the normally bustling heart of the French Quarter, is eerily quiet, its music silenced and its bars and restaurants shuttered. Bourbon Street, the normally bustling heart of the French Quarter, is eerily quiet, its music silenced and its bars and restaurants shuttered.

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Trump says will speak with China’s Xi later Thursday | AFP

President Donald Trump says he will speak by phone with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping later as the United States overtook China as the country with the most coronavirus cases. He’s asked by a reporter if the number of coronavirus cases in the US surpassing those of China surprises him, replying “China, tell us your numbers.” With 82,404 cases of infection, the United States has now surpassed virus hotspots China and Italy, according to a tracker run by Johns Hopkins University. SOUNDBITE

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Basketball star Curry talks coronavirus with Fauci

Dr. Anthony Fauci told Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry on Thursday that the United States will not be able to get “back to some degree of normality” until the country starts seeing a decline in confirmed coronavirus cases. (March 26)

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Coronavirus: New York City becomes a ghost town | AFP

The streets of New York, one of the hardest hit by the coronavirus outbreak in the United States, are empty. There are so far 280 deaths in New York City, a tracker run by the Johns Hopkins University showed.

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Inside Milan, Italy | Inside The Outbreak | Associated Press

COVID-19 has spread through Italy, killing thousands of people and forcing a nationwide lockdown. Medical experts analyzing data coming out of Italy say the United States could be just days behind in a trajectory of the outbreak. AP’s Ralph Russo dives deep into the current state of Italy with AP Milan Correspondent Colleen Barry.

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Election 2020: Campaigning From Home | Ground Game Podcast | Associated Press

President Trump has been vocal this week about wanting to get the United States back up and running sooner rather than later, in order to save the economy from the Coronavirus fallout. This, while the US Senate struggles to pass a $2 trillion aid package. Plus, where is Joe Biden during all of this? Julie Pace answers all of your political-related COVID-19 questions on this episode of “Ground Game: Election 2020.”

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Coronavirus: the latest on the global pandemic — 25th March | AFP

Almost a third of the world’s population is now under strict orders to stay home, as India’s population of 1.3 billion joins the global coronavirus lockdown. The number of infections and deaths has been surging around the world, with Spain’s coronavirus toll now overtaking that of China. As the virus spreads, new hotspots are beginning to appear especially in the United States. Will the country become the next active epicenter of the pandemic?

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Trump declares coronavirus fight close to end | AFP

President Donald Trump declares the beginning of the end of the coronavirus crisis in the United States, saying he’s hoping for everything to reopen by Easter. Dr. Fauci — the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases — says an early lifting of the coronavirus restrictions should be “flexible.”

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Trump hopes to reopen US ‘very soon’

President Donald Trump said Tuesday that he’s hoping the United States will reopen by Easter as he weighs how to relax nationwide social-distancing guidelines to put some workers back on the job during the coronavirus outbreak. (March 24)

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Here’s the latest for Tuesday March 24th: Trump looks to re-open United States; Congress & White House work on virus aid deal; China lifts virus lockdown; Cruise ship passengers disembark in Hawaii.

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Trump: US would help Iran, North Korea fight virus

President Trump said the United States is working with more than 140 countries to fight the coronavirus and that it’s willing to help Iran and North Korea. (March 23)

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Trump orders emergency medical stations for coronavirus hot spots | AFP

President Donald Trump says he has ordered the deployment of emergency medical stations with capacity of 4,000 hospital beds to coronavirus hotspots around the United States. SOUNDBITE

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Is it The End For The Sanders Campaign? | Ground Game Podcast | Associated Press

As the United States and the rest of the globe struggle to fight off the coronavirus pandemic, there is still a presidential election going on. Joe Biden swept Bernie Sanders in the three-state primary contest on Tuesday, making him all but certain to be the Democratic presidential nominee. But does Biden campaign amid an outbreak? Will Bernie Sanders bow to reality and drop out? Plus, what is the impact of the pandemic on President Trump’s re-election bid? Julie Pace answers all your election questions on this episode of Ground Game.

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