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With physician offices not seeing patients with COVID-type symptoms in April, Timothy Regan said he had little choice when Denver Health directed him first to the urgent care, then to its ER. "I felt bad, but I had been dealing with it for a while," he says. Ethan Welty for KHN hide caption

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Cathy Cody is owner/operator of No Ifs Ands Or Butts About It Janitorial Services & More, LLC in Albany, Ga. Jason Cabatit/JCabatit Photography hide caption

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In Homes Left Empty By COVID-19, This Georgia Woman Packs Up The Memories

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Workers prepare takeout orders May 1 in Houston. For more than two out of three unemployed workers, jobless benefits exceed their old pay, researchers say. That discrepancy can raise awkward questions for workers, bosses and policymakers. Mark Felix/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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For Many, $600 Jobless Benefit Makes It Hard To Return To Work

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As U.S. Nears 100,000 COVID-19 Deaths, Where Is The Country Headed?

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Despite Trump's Demand, Not All Houses Of Worship Reopen

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Ala. Mayor Says COVID-19 Cases In Montgomery Are At Crisis Level

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News Brief: Jobless Benefits, Voter Registration, School Budgets

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On Tuesday, April 28 demonstrators outside Westville Correctional Facility protested conditions in the facility. Annacaroline Caruso/ WVPE hide caption

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California Gov. Gavin Newsom says places of worship can resume in-person services pending county approval. Attendance will be limited to fewer than 100 or 25% of the building's capacity, whichever is lower. Eric Risberg/AP hide caption

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Experts Help Listeners Make Tough Choices During The Pandemic, Continued

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