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Companies receiving the Payroll Protection Program loans include the Potbelly restaurant chain, which got $10 million.

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The government's $349 billion Paycheck Protection Program had to be thrown together quickly, and the criteria for which companies can receive benefits were kept loose.

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Gov. Larry Hogan, a Republican, announced his state paid $9 million for coronavirus test kits from a South Korean company. "If there were an easier way, we certainly would have taken it," Hogan said.

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Organizers say they considered several ways to hold the national finals in a "virtual" environment, before deciding it wasn't feasible.

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A new survey suggests nearly 60 million Americans are losing money because of canceled plans. And would-be travelers are getting the runaround, even when they are legally entitled to a full refund.

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Simoul Alva for NPR

Colleges around the U.S. moved classes online during the pandemic. Some are considering keeping their campuses shut in the fall — which means hiring freezes, smaller admissions and even layoffs.

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Other key metrics also improved: Italy had 127 fewer COVID-19 patients in hospitals as of Monday and 62 fewer people were in intensive care units.

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Matthias Rietschel/AP

The country has been testing on a larger scale than most other countries. Studying antibodies in the blood can show whether someone has fought off the virus.

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Colleges are grappling with how long the coronavirus disruptions will last and what the fall semester will look like. The big question: With so many changes, will students still enroll?

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