CNET 3 Apr 2020

Mark Cuban knows how to roll with the pandemic punches


And he shares the best advice ever for idled college students.

And he shares the best advice ever for idled college students.
The coronavirus puts many countries in Africa in a very difficult situation. They want to stop the spread of the vius, but lockdowns mean personal hardships for many citizens and puts them at risk of an economic meltdown. DW Presenter Eddy Micah Jr takes a closer look across the continent to find out how nations are coping with the pandemic, talking to journalists from Lagos to Cape Town as well as young Africans coming up with their very own solutions.
Police in India recently hit the streets, acting like the undead. Unlike most zombies in popular culture, these sported telltale coronavirus spikes on their heads. The parade was part of a measure to promote social distancing in the world's second most populous country. It's not the first parallel between the coronavirus and zombie movies. In 2002's "28 Days Later," a zombie pandemic is caused by a virus.
President Trump is at odds with some governors across the country over how to obtain enough coronavirus testing supplies and safely get the country running again. CBS News White House correspondent Weijia Jiang joined CBSN's Tanya Rivero for a closer look at the White House response.

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