PBS NewsHour full episode, Apr 7, 2020

Tuesday on the NewsHour, although U.S. coronavirus deaths keep rising, there are signs of hope in the New York epicenter. Plus: A conversation with Bill Gates about responding to COVID-19, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan on the effort to find PPE, EMTs on the front lines of the health crisis and Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot on what early COVID-19 data tells us about racial disparities in health care.

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Bill Gates on where the COVID-19 pandemic will hurt the most

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Md. Gov. Larry Hogan on efforts to catch up to COVID-19

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Chicago's mayor on racial disparities in COVID-19 data

2 views on Wisconsin’s holding in-person voting Tuesday

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