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VIDEO:  Life in states with few COVID-19 cases and without orders to stay home

Life in states with few COVID-19 cases and without orders to stay home

Although life remains somewhat unaffected by COVID-19 in South Dakota and Wyoming, two of eight states without stay-at-home orders, many people told ABC News they were preparing for the virus to come.
April 29
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VIDEO:  'Wicked' cast gives thanks to COVID-19 front-line workers in new music video

'Wicked' cast gives thanks to COVID-19 front-line workers in new music video

Lindsay Pearce and Ginna Claire Mason, who play Elphaba and Glinda, sang the Broadway musical's second-act duet, "For Good," in a new music video as other cast members shared messages of gratitude.
April 29
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VIDERO:  Georgia restaurants join other businesses in reopening but life is far from normal

Georgia restaurants join other businesses in reopening but life is far from normal

Roaster’s in Atlanta has implemented stringent cleaning and seating at the restaurant has been drastically reduced. Others in the state hesitate to reopen even if their livelihoods depend on it.
April 28
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VIDEO:  Philadelphia nurse shares emotional last moments with COVID-19 patient

Philadelphia nurse shares emotional last moments with COVID-19 patient

Meredith Borzotta speaks with “Nightline” about being with a dying patient in place of their family. She says the city is still in the thick of the crisis and worries about catching the virus herself.
April 28
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VIDEO:  Kids, teachers and volunteers come together in Alabama community

Kids, teachers and volunteers come together in Alabama community

Hundreds in Trussville, Alabama are working together to produce grab and go meals for kids in need, boxes of supplies for front line workers, and cards of encouragement for health care workers.
April 28
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VIDEO OFFER:  While Texas and Georgia reopen, New York businesses wonder if they’ll survive

While Texas and Georgia reopen, New York businesses wonder if they’ll survive

Non-essential businesses including bowling alleys and salons in Texas cautiously reopened today. Small businesses in New York try to stay afloat, frustrated they’re not receiving the aid they need.
April 25
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VIDEO OFFER:  Former Starbucks CEO on how to save America’s small businesses

Former Starbucks CEO on how to save America’s small businesses

Howard Schultz spoke with ABC News’ Rebecca Jarvis about the essential aid small businesses need and how leaders should walk the line between protecting public health and ensuring livelihoods.
April 25

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