ABOVE: Well, the name of the magazine is Yup.
KENNETH IN THE (212): The above 19-year-old jock is proud of — all that.
NYDN: Brooklyn resident Baruch Feldheim has been arrested for stockpiling and selling medical supplies at outrageously jacked-up prices. When he was taken into custody, he allegedly coughed on FBI agents and announced he has COVID-19. Scum of the earth doing capitalism's brand no favors:
Baruch Feldheim of Brooklyn was busted for hoarding personal protection gear and selling it to health care professionals at inflated prices.— New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) March 31, 2020
When authorities arrested him, he coughed on FBI agents and said he had the coronavirus. https://t.co/AVgVyJbHzs
NBC NEW YORK: Chris Cuomo, invaluable reporter and kid brother of NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo, is COVID-19 positive; will work from home. In NYC, there have been over 40,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases, and 932 people have died. Terrifyingly, 142 of those who died did so in the last day.
KTLA: A model cited by the White House suggests that 82,000 Americans could die of COVID-19 by August. That means more than 27 times the number of deaths already experienced. Currently, over 3,000 people have died in the U.S. of COVID-19 — eclipsing the death toll on 9/11.
HUFF POST: Maryland's GOP Gov. Larry Hogan calls Trump out on testing lie: “That's just not true.”
NYT: I agree with this that snapshot polls expressing a bounce of support for Trump are not telling the tale of his re-electability.
WGN: Dr. Gail Saltz discusses why Gen Xers may be best-equipped to handle the COVID-19 crisis. Somehow, Gen X is considered to be resilient, entrepreneurial and self-sufficient. She also thinks we have more empathy because we saw AIDS and 9/11. This could be a lot of talk, just putting that out there.