Good afternoon: Today's PM — edited by Justin Green — is 450 words, a 2-minute read.
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President Trump is leveling with the American people that the coronavirus demands they adjust their view on what's normal.
Why it matters: Trump has made the pivot to acknowledging that public safety is seriously at risk, Axios' Margaret Talev and Alayna Treene report.
The big picture: Europe is going under lockdown, with Germany and Spain and France closing their borders as cases surge.
So the White House message to America: We have 15 days to flatten the curve.
Between the lines: Trump conceded that the U.S. may be headed for a recession, but that public health is the higher priority.
A scene from "Trolls World Tour." Photo: DreamWorks Animation via AP
Self-isolation is spurring movie studios into unprecedented territory, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Why it matters: America will need a lot of fresh content to keep people occupied over the weeks and months to come.