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Dr. Julia Iafrate is a sponsored immigrant volunteering to help save the lives of coronavirus patients in the ICU, and says she was denied a green card despite her extensive credentials. CNN's Chris Cuomo speaks with her about her experience.

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The US Food and Drug Administration will now require antibody test makers to seek FDA authorization, as the agency aims to rein in unproven and fraudulent tests that have flooded the market.

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CNN's Chris Cuomo talks with Dr. Anthony Fauci about the dangers in relaxing social distancing guidelines and the resistance by many Americans to ignore them, and how Dr. Fauci helped Cuomo during his family's fight with Covid-19.

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The FDA has approved emergency use of the experimental drug remdesivir to treat hospitalized patients with severe Covid-19, but experts say more clinical trials are needed. CNN's Sara Sidner reports.

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Nurse Christina Pascarelli hears a heartfelt thank you message from a man who lost his mother to coronavirus. Pascarelli arranged an online meeting with the woman's son during her final moments since he was unable to be there in person.

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Dr. Chris Murray, director of the Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington, explains the latest coronavirus modeling showing an increase in estimated deaths nationwide.

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A COVID-19 survivor in NE is describing waking up from a medically induced coma after being treated with the drug Remdesivir as part of a clinic trial.

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An underground exchange for critical insulin and other medical supplies has emerged in the US as prices for type-1 diabetes treatments have skyrocketed in recent years. We traveled to Salt Lake City to see how one unofficial network is ensuring supplies make it to those who can't afford of them.

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Patients with advanced Covid-19 who received the experimental drug remdesivir recovered faster than similar patients who received placebo, according to preliminary trial data, the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases said.

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Go There takes a look at how nurses - often the first on the front line in hospitals around the country - are dealing with the coronavirus pandemic. We've talked to a few nurses who've spoken candidly about their stress, anxiety and fears surrounding treating patients.