As coronavirus cases spike worldwide, China is closing itself off – CNN

Hong Kong (CNN)China is closing its border to most foreigners amid fears of imported novel coronavirus cases causing a second outbreak in the country where the infection was first detected.
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Mark Blum: Madonna pays tribute to co-star after coronavirus death – BBC News

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Madonna and Mark Blum in Desperately Seeking Susan
Madonna has paid tribute to Mark Blum, a co-star in the 1985 film Desperately Seeking Susan, after his death from coronavirus complications.
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NYC councilman shares grim coronavirus warning: ‘If it could happen here, it could happen anywhere’ – Fox News

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Mass Bleaching Hits Great Barrier Reef Again: Like Watching Louvre ‘Burn To The Ground’ – HuffPost

SYDNEY Australia’s landmark Great Barrier Reef is undergoing dramatic levels of coral bleaching for the third time since 2016, spurred by record heat that has left scientists lamenting one of the world’s crown jewels is drying en masse yet again. 
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Mass Bleaching Hits Great Barrier Reef Again: Like Watching Louvre ‘Burn To The Ground’ – HuffPost

SYDNEY Australia’s landmark Great Barrier Reef is undergoing dramatic levels of coral bleaching for the third time since 2016, spurred by record heat that has left scientists lamenting one of the world’s crown jewels is drying en masse yet again. 
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Dow futures point to opening drop after capping off massive 3-day rally – msnNOW

Two of the largest private labs in the U.S. will collectively be able to process more than 300,000 COVID-19 tests by the end of the week, their CEOs say. 
LabCorp CEO Adam Schechter told CNBC’s “Squawk Box” on Tuesday the company is processing around 20,000 … [+1460 It\’s free ]