March 24, 2020 - PBS NewsHour full episode
Across globe, coronavirus drives extraordinary measures
Confirmed U.S. cases of coronavirus have reached 50,000, with more than 600 deaths. But as New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo warned of dire conditions in hospitals, Wall Street rallied and President Trump spoke of easing government restrictions soon in order to lessen the economic pain of the pandemic. Meanwhile, India has gone into lockdown. Amna Nawaz and special correspondent Neha Poonia report.
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