What happens to the economy when COVID-19 throws on the brakes?
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Plus, supply chains along the border, China's 270 million students learning at home and markets, which had their biggest single-day drop of the crisis.
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Online classes are difficult for working Chinese parents with young children.
Mexico’s deputy health minister says he’s worried about people coming into Mexico from the United States.
Neil Cairns, a bartender in Portland, Oregon says he'll just have to "hope for the best" as he faces reduced hours and the prospect of bar closures.