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An Israeli police officer speaks to an ultra-Orthodox Jewish student at a Yeshiva in Bnei Barak, a city east of Tel Aviv with a large ultra-Orthodox Jewish population, on April 2.

Don’t Touch Your Face: Israel

On today’s podcast: The ultra-Orthodox challenge to Israel’s coronavirus response.

A worker disinfects a Vietnam Airlines plane amid concerns of the spread of the coronavirus at Noi Bai International Airport in Hanoi on March 3.

Don’t Touch Your Face: The Airline Industry Crashes

On today’s podcast: How airlines are responding to their biggest threat yet.

The Abkhazia Parliament Building in Sukhumi.

Don’t Touch Your Face: Breakaway States and the Pandemic

On today’s podcast: How frozen conflicts could become a global Achilles’s heel.

Family members of a victim of the coronavirus mourn during a funeral in Jakarta on March 31. BAY ISMOYO/AFP via Getty Images

Don’t Touch Your Face: Trauma

On today’s podcast: Pandemic lessons from Chernobyl’s liquidators.

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban during a vote about the government's bill on the protection against the new coronavirus at the plenary session of the Hungarian Parliament in Budapest on March 30.

Don’t Touch Your Face: Autocrats

On today’s podcast: How authoritarian leaders are cracking down on the coronavirus—and civil liberties.

People walk across frozen Tjornin, a lake in Reykjavik, Iceland, on Dec. 7, 2017.

Don’t Touch Your Face: Iceland

On today’s episode: What the world can learn from Iceland’s strategy of widespread testing.

Daily Life In Beijing Amid Coronavirus

Don’t Touch Your Face: Tokyo Olympics Postponed

On today’s podcast: A look ahead at a year without sports.

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Trailer: Heat of the Moment

Coming April 16 - Stories from the front lines of the fight against climate change

A group of migrants waits for food distribution inside the makeshift migrant camp in Matamoros, Mexico, on March 19.

Don’t Touch Your Face: The Border

On Today’s Episode: A migrant camp at the U.S.-Mexico border braces for the coronavirus.

Employees in medical masks at the Tbilisi Public Service Hall as Georgia bans entry of foreign nationals to the country starting on March 18 to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

Don’t Touch Your Face: An Unlikely Success Story

On today’s podcast: How early intervention helped the country of Georgia slow the spread of the coronavirus.

Imelda Marcos in “The Kingmaker.”

The Marie Antoinette of Shoes Makes a Comeback

Filmmaker Lauren Greenfield on how Imelda Marcos engineered her second act in the Philippines.

A French police officer speaks to a man as she patrols on the Datcha beach after its closure to stop the spread of the coronavirus on the French overseas island of Guadeloupe on March 20.

Don’t Touch Your Face: Islands

On today’s episode: Islands have advantages during a pandemic—and some drawbacks.

Police warn a young man for not complying with the mandatory quarantine to stay home to stem the spread of the coronavirus in Buenos Aires on March 20. Mariano Gabriel Sanchez/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images

Don’t Touch Your Face: Lockdown

On today’s episode: Why you should start preparing for a full lockdown.

U.S. President Donald Trump appears on television monitors as he hold a news conference with members of his Coronavirus Task Force at the White House in Washington on March 19.

Don’t Touch Your Face: Media Coverage of the Coronavirus

On Today’s Podcast: We look at the challenges of reporting on a fast-moving pandemic

Odalys K. Fernandez holds a sign reading, "Caution!! Coronavirus risk at Miramar ICE cage", as she joins protesters outside a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement office in Miramar, Florida, on March 13.

Don’t Touch Your Face: At Risk Groups

On today’s podcast: It’s more than just the elderly and people with underlying conditions who are vulnerable to the coronavirus.

A thermal camera monitor shows the body temperatures of a man at the customs checkpoint in Sungai Kolok, Thailand

Don’t Touch Your Face: Conspiracy Theories and Misinformation

On today’s podcast: We look at how conspiracy theories have spread as quickly as the coronavirus itself.

A woman looks out of a window at the Novomoskovsky multipurpose medical center for patients suspected of having the coronavirus in Moscow on March 16.

Don’t Touch Your Face: Managing Mental Health Amid a Pandemic

On today’s episode: We look at some practical ways to manage the stress and anxiety brought by the coronavirus outbreak.

U.S. President Donald Trump adjusts the microphone for Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute Of Allergy And Infectious Diseases

Don’t Touch Your Face: Partisanship

On today’s podcast, we look at why opinion polls are showing a sharp partisan divide on the coronavirus in the United States.

A health worker wears a protective suit as he screens bus passengers near the Czech border in Gorzyczki, Poland, on March 10.

Don’t Touch Your Face: Biosecurity and Borders

On today’s podcast: We look at how countries are using borders as their first line of defense

Camera operators set up in front of a maps showing the distribution of coronavirus cases worldwide during a daily briefing at the World Health Organization headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, on Feb. 28.

Don’t Touch Your Face: Crunching the Numbers

On today’s podcast: We look at why some countries are reporting surprisingly low numbers of coronavirus cases