More countries shut their borders as death toll mounts

As labs pledge to make more test kits, here’s why testing may still lag

From coast to coast, local and state officials complain that shortages of everyday supplies are disrupting efforts to sharply ramp up testing, which is key to identifying the spread of disease. By Carolyn Y. Johnson, Brady Dennis, Steven Mufson and Tom Hamburger


Younger adults are large percentage of virus hospitalizations in U.S., CDC finds

Stark new data from the United States and Europe suggests people younger than 50 have a higher risk from coronavirus complications than many realize.

By Ariana Eunjung Cha

Guide to the pandemic

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This simulation shows how to ‘flatten the curve’Mapping the virus’s spread

Q&A: What if I think I’m infected?

A letter from Post executive editor Martin Baron