Episode: Why U.S. Coronavirus Cases Are About To Rise Dramatically


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Why U.S. Coronavirus Cases Are About To Rise Dramatically
White House officials expect a spike tied to increased testing. Plus a guide to social distancing, a look at the grocery store supply chain, and a suggestion from NPR Music to take the edge off feelings of isolation and stress.

You can hear Life Kit's episode on social distancing, "Disrupted and Distanced," here on Apple podcasts or at NPR.org.

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