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PBS NewsHour full episode, Apr 9, 2020

Thursday on the NewsHour, as New York’s rate of infection slows, other U.S. cities prepare to become the next virus hot spots. Plus: Voices of Americans who have lost their jobs, the struggle to pay for housing, economic crisis in context, California Gov. Gavin Newsom, Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves, Jose Andres on food as a national security issue and changing religious observances amid COVID-19.

WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS
Pandemic sparks another flood of unemployment claims

After losing their jobs, Americans face painful choices

Missed rent payments spark ‘cascade’ of financial hardship

Janet Yellen on government’s response to an economic crisis

News Wrap: Democrats block White House request for more aid

Gov. Gavin Newsom on California’s COVID-19 response

Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves on responding to COVID-19

Chef Jose Andres on why food is a national security issue

How religious observances are adapting to social distancing

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