Global National: April 7, 2020

Thousands of Canadian companies are pivoting their production lines to manufacture much-needed ventilators, along with personal protection equipment (PPE) for front line workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Mike Le Couteur reports on who's chipping in, plus Eric Sorensen looks at the signs that Canada’s curve is flattening.

Crystal Goomansingh has the latest update on British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who was admitted to intensive care Monday evening for persistent COVID-19 symptoms.

And, Jackson Proskow looks at New York's deadliest day yet during the pandemic, after the state recorded 731 new COVID-19 related deaths on Tuesday.

Dawna Friesen explains why India will lift its export restrictions on the anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine.

Plus, Heather Yourex-West reports on the human clinical trials of an experimental treatment that will use blood plasma from COVID-19 survivors, while Ross Lord speaks with one caregiver about how she's coping amid the pandemic on National Caregiver Day

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