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Italy has shut down all of its schools, the latest step in a sprawling effort to halt the spread of the coronavirus that has kept hundreds of millions of students out of classrooms and day cares around the world.

It’s just one of a host of life-altering measures taken to preserve public health, and it has ripple effects: rising child care costs for parents, suppliers losing out on cafeteria food orders, babysitters and nannies in flux, and loneliness and tech glitches for kids in online classes, to name a few.

Here are the latest updates and maps of where the virus has spread.

Exceptions: To maintain some sense of normalcy, performers and artists of all kinds are honing their show-must-go-on creativity. One Swiss pianist learned a complex score made for a 100-person ensemble in a day, after an orchestra was quarantined.

Another angle: The stigma is real for ex-Diamond Princess passengers, even those without symptoms, as their friends ghost them, neighbors shun them and strangers threaten them.

Read: Dennis Staples’s “This Town Sleeps,” Celia Laskey’s “Under the Rainbow” and Nana Oforiatta Ayim’s “The God Child” are all debut novels that feature outsiders in unwelcome territory.

Listen: Hayley Williams’s eclectic, unexpected, ambitious solo project let the singer and songwriter exorcise demons and stretch her creative powers. That’s good news for her long-running band, Paramore, too.

Smarter Living: Microaggressions, the everyday insults that members of marginalized groups experience, can negatively affect one’s health or elicit symptoms of trauma. Here’s how to decide which ones to fight, and what to say.

In 1896, The New York Times adopted its now famous mission: “to give the news impartially, without fear or favor.” But what does this mean in practice? Some of our reporters and editors recently told us what they do to remain objective.

Peter Baker, our chief White House correspondent, says:

“As reporters, our job is to observe, not participate, and so to that end, I don’t belong to any political party, I don’t belong to any non-journalism organization, I don’t support any candidate, I don’t give money to interest groups and I don’t vote.

“I try hard not to take strong positions on public issues even in private, much to the frustration of friends and family. For me, it’s easier to stay out of the fray if I never make up my mind, even in the privacy of the kitchen or the voting booth, that one candidate is better than another, that one side is right and the other wrong.”

Elizabeth Dias, a National correspondent who covers religion and politics, says:

“I don’t go to marches, though that’s the hobby du jour in Washington right now. When my friends point out that Americans have the right to free assembly, I agree. I just also think of another First Amendment right, freedom of the press, and that is my focus.



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