Newspaper designs during the pandemic 

Some remarkable newspaper designs I got aware of via Twitter. Michael Bierut pointed me towards the handwritten front page designs of the New York Times.

A handwritten design of the New York Times front page for April 8th, 2020. Source of this image is printmag.
A map of North America with red cones symbolizing by their height the amount of deaths caused by COVID-19
The New York Times front page of April 8th, 2020. Source of this image is printmag.
A handwritten design of the New York Times front page for March 27th, 2020. Source of this image is printmag.
A column diagram showing the amount of lost jobs per week with a spike of 3.3 million for the last week
The New York Times front page of March 27th, 2020. Source of this image is printmag.
Newspaper text in columns with big white space circles around some people
The New York Times, tweeted by Jodi Terwilliger on April 9th, 2020
An entire newspaper page with only some words spread around, forming the sentence: It´s practically this easy to stop the virus from spreading.
The Hindu, tweeted by Purva Michaels on April 9th, 2020
The New York Times Magazine with a double page with isolated portraits.
The New York Times Magazine, tweeted by Sarah Mason Sears on April 10th, 2020