The latest in COVID-19
The US State Department issues a Level 4 “Do Not Travel” alert, Italy’s death toll has overtaken that of China’s, and Amazon temporarily closes Prime Pantry nationwide.
The UK will close schools starting Friday, the U.S. will send a hospital ship to New York City, and Australia enforces a level 4 travel ban.
Global cases surpass 200k, the US extends income tax payment due dates by 90-days, and the UEFA postpones the Euro 2020 soccer Championship by an entire year.
The US Federal Reserve cuts interest rates to nearly zero, the CDC urges against gatherings of over 50 people, and Spain has quarantined millions amid a spike in cases.
Italy’s death toll rises to over 1,800, New York City is now the latest school district to close schools in the US, and Germany will partially close its borders.
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US President Trump has declared a national emergency, major attractions across the world continue to close, and infections in China fall to just eight new reported cases.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson warns many families will lose loved ones, El Salvador’s President declares a national quarantine and the death toll in Italy rises.
The World Health Organization declares coronavirus a pandemic, British Airways, and Ryanair cancel all flights to and from Italy, and US President Trump suspends all travel to the US from European countries.
Confirmed cases in Italy rise to over 10k, clusters swell on both sides of the US, and China’s leader visits Wuhan for the first time since the virus outbreak.
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