Good afternoon: Today's PM — edited by Justin Green — is 456 words, a 2-minute read.
Situational awareness: 🐦 Twitter will warn users when a tweet contains disputed or misleading information about the coronavirus. (AP)
Jared Kushner and Adm. Brett Giroir, the federal official overseeing testing, wear masks at the White House during President Trump's news conference this afternoon. Photo: Kevin Lamarque/Reuters
More than a month after recommending Americans wear face masks in public, the White House is taking up its own advice.
Why it matters: Not even the West Wing — which now tests people once a day to prevent President Trump from being exposed — is immune from this contagion.
Between the lines: The White House memo, which describes masks as "an additional layer of protection," is a change of course for the West Wing, where few had been wearing masks.
The big picture: A growing cadre of those running the coronavirus response are now doing their jobs from quarantine.
The bottom line: Might as well get a comfortable and reliable face mask now, we'll be wearing them for a while.
The New Yorker's stark cover for the Class of 2020:
Loungewear is having a moment, AP reports.
Among the examples:
The big picture: Edited, a retail data company, said tracksuits and matching sweatsuit sellouts were up 70% in April compared to February.