Super-Sized: Primary Day, COVID-19’s Olympics Impact

Super-Sized: Primary Day, COVID-19’s Olympics Impact

Skimm This - March 3, 2020 - 13:33

It’s Super Tuesday. The biggest primary day so far where voters in 14 states plus American Samoa cast their ballots to pick their preferred nominee. This time around, California has a starring role with the most delegates up for grabs. Meanwhile: COVID-19 is impacting major events around the world, which has some worried about what this could mean for the 2020 Summer Olympics. Also on the show: Apple admits to causing your iPhone to lag on purpose, and the Democratic Republic of Congo discharges its last Ebola patient. Click here for more on what you need to know about COVID-19.

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