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Viewer questions about coronavirus; Life on lockdown in San Francisco; Parenting tips for talking to your kids about the pandemic. Pandemic: What You Need to Know is a News series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (138 episodes). The series first aired on March 18, 2020.

Pandemic: What You Need to Know is available for streaming on the ABC News website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Pandemic: What You Need to Know on demand at Hulu online.

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March 18, 2020
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  • How Wisconsin is keeping in-person voting safe during COVID-19 surge; The Count counts down to Sesame Street's first podcast; Edgar Ramirez dishes on new whodunit thriller

  • Massachusetts sees no instances of voter fraud; 23-year-old CEO on mission to mobilize young voters; Comedian Phoebe Robinson is BFFs with Michelle Obama

  • Minneapolis school fighting food insecurity with fresh meals; NFL star shares details about his positive COVID-19 test; Zachary Quinto on Broadway's shutdown until 2021

  • Oregon governor says Trump 'is stoking the fires of hatred and division'; How to safely celebrate Thanksgiving with family; Jo Koy talks Filipino pride, his new comedy special

  • Georgia's secretary of state responds to claims of voter suppression; Are there any foods that help reduce effects of COVID-19?; The highs and lows of being a teen in 'PEN15'

  • 'Biden is the change that we need': George Floyd's sister; What we know about the person who contracted COVID-19 twice; US soldier reunited with dog he saved on deployment

  • New York AG on Trump investigation: No one is above the law; YouTube star David Dobrik's record-breaking Tesla giveaway; Former cult member's ordeal with NXIVM sex cult

  • How Colorado is battling misinformation during the election; Why Latin-owned businesses are getting hit hard during pandemic; How this teen got Robert DeNiro to appear in his movie

  • What's going on with North Carolina's mail-in ballot problems?; 'Election Protection' hotline combats voter misinformation; How to find your center during dark times

  • Grading Kamala Harris and Mike Pence's debate performance; Can COVID-19 live on skin for 9 hours?; Pro tips for healthy remote learning set-ups

  • Biden campaign on possible exposure from Trump during debate; Should you get an antibody test?; LaKeith Stanfield's powerful mental health message

  • Concerns over poll worker shortage due to COVID-19; What we know about Trump's COVID-19 cocktail treatment; Bringing back the American Dream

  • The latest on President Trump's positive COVID-19 test; Dallas judge calls out Texas governor's voter suppression; Deepak Chopra on how to let go of stress

  • The mystery of COVID-19 'long haulers'; Mail-in ballot requests increase by 350%: Michigan secretary of state; Andrew Rannells on Broadway shutdown, 'The Boys In The Band'

  • Inside look at Lakers-Heat NBA Finals; Turning a spicy side hustle into a small business success; Sunny Hostin opens up about her new memoir

  • Stacey Abrams speaks out on Trump's voter suppression; Army secretary on rise in suicides, COVID-19 vaccine timeline; Becky G makes big move into podcasting.

  • Ohio secretary of state says they're ready for influx of absentee votes; Is apple picking considered high risk for COVID-19?; Jeff Daniels on playing James Comey

  • Connecticut governor on Trump's comments, 'concerning' COVID-19 uptick; What to do if a child sneezes at school?; An inspiring message of love we could all use

  • Kenosha mayor on Jacob Blake shooting investigation, police reform; How to financially plan for your future in a pandemic; 'Fargo' actor on working with Chris Rock

  • Epidemiologist: You are 20 times more likely to get COVID-19 indoors; Remembering those lost to COVID-19; Is COVID-19 sexually transmitted?

  • Delaware senator calls out Lindsey Graham; Iowa secretary of state addresses voter safety, postal delay concerns; Should you avoid cash and coins during the pandemic?

  • New Hampshire governor on filling Supreme Court vacancy; Are we prepared for COVID-19 and flu season?; How to stay safe from COVID-19 in public places

  • Colorado governor responds to petition to remove him from office; New Apple Watch's game-changing features; Demi Lovato opens up about her mental health issues

  • Rhode Island's $45 million new jobs program; Guide to becoming your own boss; What is the difference between antimicrobial and antibacterial?

  • Pennsylvania AG calls USPS changes illegal; The effect of distance learning on children; Will kids be able to go trick-or-treating safely?

  • Ohio mayor says secretary of state is pretending to care about voters; 'A Quiet Place' actress creates masks for hearing-impaired; Are temperature checks effective in detecting COVID-19?

  • Oklahoma City mayor calls Trump downplaying coronavirus problematic; How to support someone suffering from mental illness; Former #1 ranked tennis player on Novak Djokovic, U.S. Open

  • COVID-19 vaccine developer halts clinical trials;Dr. Jen Ashton shares her personal story about suicide;Sara Evans opens up about her new memoir

  • Getting young people, and pizza, to the polls; Giving remote schooling students a safe place to study; How to make money selling your items during the pandemic

  • Former education secretary criticizes government for COVID-19 response; Puppy training goes virtual; Who is the real Aunt Jemima?

  • Pittsburgh mayor 'totally supportive' of marijuana legislation; How to protect young kids from COVID-19; Tips for parents coping with back-to-school challenges

  • Mississippi flag gets new look; Mayor furious over university parties; Can you get the flu and COVID-19 at the same time?

  • Wyoming governor on rising COVID cases, voter safety; Gym CEO says they should have been deemed 'essential'; Nine-year-old gives big donation, gets big surprise

  • Kentucky governor on rising COVID-19, Breonna Taylor shooting death; Rise in COVID-19 infection rates for children at school?; Dental health do's and don'ts

  • Laurence Fishburne reflects on passing of Chadwick Boseman; US Open player tests positive for COVID-19; Broadway dancer makes big moves during pandemic

  • Tuscaloosa mayor addresses rise in COVID-19 at Alabama colleges; These odd COVID-19 toys turned into a successful side hustle; How to know when you should chill out or freak out?

  • Pro sports cancelling games; Mayor says Galveston dodged a 'big bullet'; Actor turns baking hobby into big business

  • Arkansas governor explains why he skipped RNC; Female GOP candidate running to make history in South Carolina; Central Park unveils 1st statue to honor female pioneers

  • Louisiana hit by back-to-back storms; Rickey Smiley and daughter Aaryn share harrowing gun story; Method Man and Naturi Naughton on 'Powerbook II: Ghost'

  • Army official optimistic about COVID-19 vaccine in 2020; The new COVID-19 travel trend is a 'flexcation'; How Niecy Nash stays positive during the pandemic

  • New saliva test authorized for COVID-19; Illinois' plan to transform the juvenile justice system; How to stay optimistic while facing an uncertain future

  • Remdesivir shortages during COVID-19; DNC 'rising star' explains why he switched parties; World premiere: Alvin Ailey's new dance film

  • Boston's rising COVID-19 fears as colleges begin to open; How live events have gone virtual during pandemic; A virtual, socially distanced dance performance

  • Skin testing for COVID-19?; Julian Castro calls for postmaster general to testify before Congress; How Lincoln Center has kept arts alive during pandemic

  • California surpasses New York in total coronavirus cases; Civil unrest intensifies in Portland, Oregon; Nurse puts career on hold to pursue Olympic dream

  • Mayor of Tucson's new steps to stop COVID-19 spread;Financial expert shares the best way to get cash to stay afloat during pandemic;NYC woman hosts pod parties using multiple single-person shelters

  • How to prepare for a 2nd wave of COVID-19; Apple's major environmental announcement; Signs of deep changes in Americans' attitudes on racial discrimination

  • Mississippi sees rapid rise in COVID-19 cases; Furloughed pastry chef starts personalized cookie company during pandemic; Virtual tutoring and summer camp for kids

  • Tourism industry hit hard in Hawaii; Keeping faith alive during this time of uncertainty; Hochman family's 'quarantined quartet' hosts concert

  • Resurgence of California COVID-19 cases; New book explores women's right to vote as the 100th anniversary approaches; Mother survives COVID-19, wakes up from a coma to newborn baby

  • Raising awareness about systemic racism in America; Sherri Shepherd shares video message in response to Elijah McClain's death; Inspirational poem about racism takes the world by storm

  • Rep. Maxine Waters says presidential leadership has 'failed' Americans during pandemic; How US Schools can open safely; Shaggy celebrates 20-year milestone of fan-favorite album with new music

  • Florida shatters national record for largest single-day increase in coronavirus cases; A look into the world of chimpanzees; Kids produce Black history podcast

  • San Diego surge of COVID-19 with 18,400 cases and 400 deaths recently; Police brutality calls for police accountability; ‘Small business strong’: Surviving the pandemic

  • Epidemiologist on elevated COVID-19 rates in Latino community; Organizing tips for pandemic food storage; Finding meaning during a time of loss

  • Savannah mayor on Georgia case surge; Fighting for inclusivity in the fashion & beauty industry; North Carolina animal shelter discussed pandemic struggles

  • On the frontline in Texas, the Mayor of Plano talks about the virus surge;How a dish line is serving up change in the pandemic;Youth Poet Laureate performs latest work

  • Miami-Dade County is seeing record number of new coronavirus cases; NBA all-star advocates for mental health awareness; Top tips to get hired

  • Scottsdale mayor talks impacts of Arizona’s surge in coronavirus cases; ‘Dad Gang’ founder talks defying stereotypes; Skin care tips to combat “maskne” amid the pandemic

  • Tacoma mayor talks Washington coronavirus surge; FreshDirect gives back to community; Calls for NCAA to compensate college athletes

  • 7 counties in California ordered to close bars due to uptick in coronavirus cases; Entrepreneur on the lessons she's learned from quarantine; An in-depth chat with NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace

  • Mississippi hits record single-day spike in coronavirus cases; How McDonald’s is responding to the coronavirus pandemic; Calls for Hollywood to invest in black community

  • Millions of lost jobs in ongoing pandemic; Six Flags Over Georgia and White Water reopens with new guidelines; Demand for bikes soars as pandemic continues

  • How colleges will welcome back students to campus this fall; Idaho governor talks statewide ‘return to work’ bonus; Bloomingdale’s reopening plans in New York City

  • Austin mayor talks growing coronavirus cases in Texas; 9-year-old aims to eliminate social barriers for young black girls; US Open to be played without fans

  • Portland mayor on city’s plan for reopening; How to find a caregiver safely this summer amid pandemic; Healthy swaps to satisfy your quarantine cravings

  • Long Island Aquarium’s executive director on challenges during virus outbreak; A black-owned business on the struggles, joys of entrepreneurship; More answers to your COVID-19 questions

  • Phoenix mayor on steps to protect city amid coronavirus spike; How to talk about racism with friends and family; How Disney parks plan to reopen and keep visitors safe

  • An exclusive conversation with Gov. Cuomo; Pro golfer returns to nursing career during pandemic; ‘Social bubbling’ is the new way to safely socialize amid pandemic

  • South Carolina sees spike in positive coronavirus cases; The challenge facing summer camps as the coronavirus pandemic rolls on; Arizona becomes new national hot spot for coronavirus cases

  • San Antonio mayor on possible second wave in Texas; Capezio responds to calls for dancewear to be skin color inclusive; What you need to know: Coronavirus and protective eyewear

  • Key West mayor on handling COVID-19 in tourist hot spot; Amazon's move to help homeless families affected by the economics of the COVID crisis; Minneapolis church raising money to rebuild ailing city

  • Chattanooga mayor pledges to review policing policies; How libraries are coping during COVID-19; Preserving national legacy of jazz during pandemic

  • National Domestic Workers Alliance calls for COVID-19 relief funding; Country Archer grass-fed beef jerky powers though the pandemic; Brothers keep COVID-19 patients connected to loved ones

  • Richmond mayor advocates for COVID-19 testing amid protests; Delta CEO on outlook for air travel amid pandemic; Summer camp expectations

  • Vacationing from a safe distance during the pandemic; Bistro owner pivots to roving farm stand during pandemic; Safe protesting amid coronavirus pandemic

  • Super Bowl MVP and NFL Hall of Famer on the nationwide protests; SheaMoisture announces a new social justice coalition; Bishop Michael B. Curry's message for America

  • Brooklyn borough president on police reform; Step 2 discovery turns backyards into playgrounds; Volunteer medics assist protesters on the ground

  • How 1 small business was affected when protests took an ugly turn; How to talk to your children about race and racism in America; 16-year-old creates inspirational short film about coronavirus

  • Mayor calls for calm and curfew, residents listened; How to maintain personal resilience during crisis; Couple works to clean up destruction in Atlanta

  • What precautions the MTA will take to keep subways safe during phase 1 of reopening; Getting your kids vaccinated during the pandemic; The new virtual summer camp for kids at home

  • Unemployment has reached the highest level since the Great Depression; Meet the foster mom on a mission of hope; What are the risks when trying to enjoy summertime activities?

  • Ohio reopens with a phased approach after being impacted by coronavirus; More answers to your COVID-19 questions; Steps you can take to boost your mental health during the quarantine

  • The future of Puerto Rico amid the pandemic; New Orleans restaurant prepares to reopen during pandemic; Expert advice for teaching kids how to get along in quarantine

  • Johnson & Johnson vaccine is a lead candidate for COVID-19; How kids are mentally and physically impacted by lack of exercise; Gabrielle Union shares expert advice on staying fit during the pandemic

  • How an Illinois senator is battling the pandemic from home; A nurse fighting COVID-19 on the front lines loses father to the virus; Mom starts organization to help support US troops

  • Nebraska COVID cases increase as state eases restrictions; African Americans in Kansas make up nearly a third of the state's COVID-19 deaths; Four steps to keep calm when navigating back to work

  • COVID-19 cases rise in Alabama since reopening; Coronavirus exposes gaps in America’s school system and inequalities; Navajo Nation has highest COVID-19 infection rate in the US

  • Latinos represent more than a quarter of all COVID-19 deaths: CDC; How to prioritize quality screen time during the pandemic; Could drive-in concerts become the new normal?

  • Florida is entering ‘Full Phase 1’ of its coronavirus recovery plan; The new normal: Who’s hiring during the pandemic; First responders across the country graduating early to assist on the front lines

  • As states reopen, community leaders work to save lives and livelihoods; Creative ways Bishop Marvin L. Winans connects with his church; How a family organized to surprise local nursing home staff

  • How California is progressing during the pandemic; The essential worker going to unusual lengths during the pandemic; What to do if you don't feel comfortable reporting to work just yet

  • The number of coronavirus cases in Tulsa, Oklahoma, are trending down; How convalescent plasma is being used to help newly infected COVID-19 patients; How the pandemic changed bowling as we know it

  • Many states begin to lift lockdowns; Pandemic hits minorities at disproportional and alarming rate; Unemployed and pushed to the edge of hunger during pandemic

  • Nation’s 2nd largest school district closes its doors due to pandemic; City in New Jersey vows to test all residents for COVID-19; 1 out of every 3 COVID-19 deaths is a nursing home resident or worker

  • How a beach town plans on tackling the new normal during the pandemic; A Louisiana critical care nurse facing the pandemic daily; The new normal: How to survive the pandemic if you're unemployed

  • Arizona residents are concerned that lifting the lockdown could have fatal consequences; Tips for parents on remote schooling; Zoo animals during the pandemic

  • Wisconsin’s Republican-controlled legislature seeking to halt stay-at-home order; Spotlight on educators during Teacher Appreciation Week; The new normal: COVID-19 sniffing dogs

  • How the pandemic has effected the movie theater business; Summer camps are trying to figure out ways to operate safely during pandemic; Tina Knowles on her 'I did my part' campaign

  • Missouri reopening begins amid pandemic; Panera Bread starts initiative to provide meals to those in need during pandemic; Some industries ramp up hiring, increasing job openings during pandemic

  • Some of the pandemic's biggest unknowns center around the economy; How to get the most bang for your buck at the grocery store; New rules of social distancing during the pandemic.

  • Washington's coronavirus stay-at-home order will extend beyond May 4; How to make your video chats look more like real life during the pandemic; Wyclef Jean on what inspired him to write a song of hope during the pandemic

  • Colorado and Nevada join the pact to reopen their economies; How to stay safe while traveling during the pandemic; The mental health stigma in African American communities affected by COVID-19

  • More than 50,000 dead in US from COVID-19; How 1 personal trainer is powering through the pandemic; The new normal: How to get money during the pandemic

  • Las Vegas mayor volunteered city to see if social distancing works; When Americans get back to work some schools may still be closed; Practical steps to get your kids used to masks during pandemic

  • How General Mills is working to keep our nation fed during the pandemic; Health care options during the pandemic; Uplifting Instagram posts from inside the UCI Medical Center

  • How Nebraska is maintaining essential services while containing the spread of COVID-19; How letter carriers keep delivering mail despite coronavirus dangers; What will tonight's NFL draft look like?

  • Minnesota is seeing one of the lowest infection rates for COVID-19 in the US;What does observing the holy month of Ramadan look like in the face of a pandemic?; 50th anniversary of Earth Day

  • How to keep kids safe online during the pandemic; Essential workers around the country are going to great lengths for the rest of us; Helping Hands: Laura Dern

  • How Senator Booker is shifting his focus to the coronavirus pandemic; A salute to essential workers during the coronavirus pandemic; More answers to your COVID-19 questions

  • A NY representative deployed with the National Guard to assist in COVID-19 relief; Tips on how to spend your stimulus check; How Rex Chapman is helping those affected by the pandemic

  • Latest coronavirus developments we're watching; How to help kids from falling behind during coronavirus pandemic; Adding movement to the day without a workout routine at home

  • Louisiana has reported 884 deaths and over 21,000 COVID-19 cases; The new normal: What to do about college during pandemic; Shea Moisture and Sundial Brands are stepping in to aide the COVID-19 emergency

  • Can the economy recover in parts of the country as early as next month?; The new normal: Mask etiquette to prevent coronavirus; Helping hands: Pitbull

  • How Atlanta is dealing with the coronavirus crisis; The new normal: How to file for unemployment during the pandemic; Keeping family traditions going during the coronavirus pandemic

  • Coronavirus crisis causes families to struggle to put food on the table; Laila Ali on supporting Feeding America; Door Dash partners up with Feeding America

  • Michigan now has the third highest number of coronavirus cases; Bridging the gap for Spanish-speaking communities during the coronavirus pandemic; More answers to your COVID-19 questions

  • Utah congressman gives update on COVID-19 recovery; How to keep your kids entertained during the coronavirus pandemic; Finding financial peace amid the coronavirus pandemic

  • On the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic; Stretching your food budget during the coronavirus pandemic; Celebrities 'doing good' during the coronavirus pandemic

  • Honoring the life of legendary musician Ellis Marsalis Jr.; The new normal: Unemployed, now what?; The new normal: Cutting back

  • A new normal: Stop & Shop; How a baseball jersey manufacturing facility is giving first responders much-needed help; Nearly 350,000 weddings have been postponed due to the coronavirus

  • COVID-19 has accelerated to 60 of the 64 parishes in Louisiana; The new normal: how keep clean while handling groceries, deliveries and tech; How Elmo is teaching kids to wash their hands in order to stay safe during the pandemic

  • U.S. Surgeon General names Chicago as a COVID-19 emerging hotspot; USNS comfort arrives in New York City; Cabin fever: Parents survival tips

  • Live meditation with Deepak Chopra; The new normal: cooking at home; Divorced and living together during a pandemic

  • The new normal: How to ease financial strain; More answers to your COVID-19 questions; How to keep faith alive and spirits high

  • As coronavirus cases spike, hospitals are on the verge of reaching capacity; The new normal: how to get work done and maintain our sanity; Helping hands: Invisible Hands

  • Louisiana's rising number of COVID-19 cases; Los Angeles may see the same number of COVID-19 cases as New York City; The new normal: A drive-thru vet

  • Concerns rising over scams promising quick results on coronavirus test; How to navigate co-parenting during the coronavirus pandemic; What does life after the coronavirus look like?

  • Shock waves hit the economy as the number of COVID-19 cases soars in the US; Spring break shutdown; Helping hands with and hand sanitizer

  • Spring breakers face public criticism and barricades; Firsthand accounts from someone who's tested positive for coronavirus; What to do if you find yourself suddenly unemployed

  • Massive economic package gets the president's signature; Drive-thru coronavirus testing centers pop up across the country; How to calm your kid's fears and anxieties about school during the pandemic

  • Viewer questions about coronavirus; Life on lockdown in San Francisco; Parenting tips for talking to your kids about the pandemic.