Join us as we cover simple steps to launch your own side hustles or alternative revenue streams to earn extra money or cover expenses during this time.

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In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, many people are looking for side hustles or alternative revenue streams to help them earn extra money or cover expenses. But they often don’t know how to start their side hustle journey.

Join us on April 9 at 12PM EST as our expert Kim Perell guides you through her 3 SIMPLE STEPS to start your side hustle. Kim is an award-winning entrepreneur, bestselling author, tech CEO and angel investor. She loves to help aspiring entrepreneurs achieve success, and is a strong believer in paying it forward.

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Laid off from her first job at an internet startup, Kim began her journey as an entrepreneur from her kitchen, becoming a multi-millionaire by the time she was 30, and selling her last company for $235 million in 2014.

Kim has been named one of AdAge’s Marketing Technology Trailblazers, Business Insider’s Most Powerful Women in Mobile Advertising, is an Ernst &

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  • Global cases: At least 1,197,405
  • Global deaths: At least 64,606
  • Top 5 countries: United States (308,850), Spain (126,168), Italy (124,632), , Germany (96,092), and France (90,848). 

The data above was compiled by Johns Hopkins University as of 9 a.m. Beijing time. 

All times below are in Beijing time.

6:04 pm: Iran coronavirus death toll hits 3,603

Iran’s death toll from the coronavirus hit 3,603 on Sunday, an increase of 150 from the previous day, a health ministry spokesperson said. The country is the worst-hit in the Middle East, with 58,226 confirmed cases so far. 

4:14 pm: South Sudan reports first case

South Sudan reported its first confirmed coronavirus case Sunday, which the country’s vice president said was a 29-year-old female who had come from Ethiopia and was being treated in isolation. 

4:10 pm: Malaysia reports 179 new cases, 4 deaths

Malaysia reported 179 new coronavirus cases on Sunday and four deaths, bringing the totals for cases and deaths in the country to 3,662 and 61, respectively. The