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After the Democratic Party postpones naming its presidential candidate, and the Republican convention no longer seems set in stone, could the US presidential elections this November fall victim to the coronavirus pandemic?
Also in the programme: French police crackdown on people breaking the lockdown for a traditional Easter holiday exodus from the cities, and a love-story for the age of the Coronavirus.
(Picture: A Florida poll worker wipes up a voter check-in counter while waiting on voters to arrive. Credit: Mark Wallheiser/Getty Images)
Fresh claims for unemployment benefit in the United States have more than doubled in a week, as the labour market has been hit by the coronavirus pandemic.
Also in the programme: can Venezuela cope with a significant outbreak? And Noam Chomsky on a radical solution to the economic shock.
(Picture: A spike in a graph from the US bureau of Labor Statistics. Credit: BBC)
After Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu instructs all Israelis to wear face masks in public, we ask, when are masks useful and when are they not?
Also on the programme: Could cruise ships have done more to reduce on-board coronavirus infections? And, historian Yuval Noah Harari says we have stark choices to make about our post-pandemic future.
(Picture: A woman wearing a face mask is reflected in a window as she leaves a shop in Tokyo, Japan. Credit: Carl Court/Getty Images)
The UK government is facing growing pressure to ramp up coronavirus testing, as the UK saw its biggest daily increase in deaths. Some 2,352 virus patients have died in hospital as on Tuesday - up 563 in a day.
Also in the programme: Spain's deaths pass 9,000 but infection rate slows; and fear in the US as coronavirus trajectory appears similar to Italy.
(Photo: Drive-Through Coronavirus Test Site in England. Credit: Getty Images).
Spain has once more seen its worst day yet in the coronavirus pandemic. The infection rate in Italy is starting to slow, but doctors tell us they were unprepared. We also speak to Italy's coronavirus adviser.
Also in the programme: How 3D printing is helping the protective equipment shortage for health workers and how prepared is Afghanistan, with hundreds of thousands of citizens returning from Iran, where there has been a big outbreak.
Picture: Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Rome 01/04/2020. Credit: Reuters.