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Teorías de las conspiración del coronavirus: por qué prosperan y por qué son peligrosas

Regístrate para recibir nuestro boletín[1] con lo mejor de The New York Times. El coronavirus ha dado lugar a un maremágnum de teorías conspirativas, desinformación y propaganda, que erosionan la confianza pública y socavan la labor de los funcionarios de salud de maneras que podrían alargar la pandemia e incluso perdurar una vez que esta …

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Japan airport offers cardboard beds for travelers awaiting coronavirus test results

A makeshift cardboard box hotel has been set up at Japan’s Narita International Airport for travelers from abroad who can’t find room in a government site as they await their coronavirus test results, according to reports. The unsightly set-up in the airport’s baggage claim area is staffed by workers clad in protective gear who provide …

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Documentary ‘Icarus’ gives sobering look into Russian PED scandal

During the coronavirus shutdown, each day we will bring you a recommendation from The Post’s Peter Botte[1] for a sports movie, TV show or book that perhaps was before your time or somehow slipped between the cracks of your viewing/reading history. Icarus (2017) Rating: TV-MA Streaming: Netflix Just like with the previously endorsed “Hoop Dreams,”[2] …

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Oil Prices Rise After Deal on Cutting Production: Live Updates

China said it would delay the delivery of masks and ventilators to address quality concerns. Hospitals struggling to cope with the coronavirus pandemic could face new delays in acquiring critical gear, after China announced[1] that it will inspect shipments of N95 respirator masks, ventilators and other medical supplies before export. Depending on the city, the …

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Bob Iger Thought He Was Leaving on Top. Now, He’s Fighting for Disney’s Life.

The Walt Disney Company turned franchises like Marvel and “Star Wars” into the biggest media business in the world, and last fall it was putting the finishing touches on the image of a storied character: its chief executive, Bob Iger. In late September, Mr. Iger, 69, published “The Ride of a Lifetime,” an engaging work …

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