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Here's the latest for Tuesday March 31st: NY Gov. Cuomo asks for medical volunteers; Penn. Gov. says schools to stay closed indefinitely; Residents with COVID-19 die in Mass. veterans home; Texas requires drivers coming from Louisiana to self-isol...
President Trump declared a major disaster in Pennsylvania on Monday night, capping off a day that saw nearly 700 new cases as Gov. Tom Wolf extended the closing of schools and nonessential businesses indefinitely.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee says officials will begin cracking down on businesses or groups that violate the state's stay at home order. They could see citations, and possibly revocation of business licenses.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Monday made a plea for trained medical professionals, including retired health care workers and nursing students who are nearing graduation, to aid the state's hospitals amid the coronavirus outbreak.
President Donald Trump said a nationwide 'stay at home' order to help slow the spread of the coronavirus is unlikely. "There are some parts of the of the country that are in far deeper trouble than other parts," he said Monday.
Shopkeepers in the city at the center of China's virus outbreak are reopening but customers are scarce as authorities lift more of the anti-virus controls that kept tens of millions of people at home for two months.
Chicago respiratory therapist Brady Scott says he feels overwhelmed by the coronavirus pandemic. Scott says so many people need breathing machines that simply haven't been manufactured yet.
Matthew McConaughey has released a 'Stay Home' coronavirus PSA that he wrote and created along with advertising executive Roy Spence. The Oscar winner also spoke about how Hollywood may later benefit from people spending so much time at home with ...
Volunteer physicians and other professionals have set-up an emergency field hospital in New York City's Central Park to help with the influx of patients diagnosed with the new coronavirus.
Here are the top stories for Monday, March 30th: US Navy hospital ship arrives in NYC; NY governor issues plea for medical volunteers; Spain marks day of mourning while Italy sees glimmer of hope; Organizers set 2021 date for Tokyo Olympics.
As the country hunkers down and people shelter in place amid the coronavirus pandemic, several Mississippi businesses have shifted their production lines in an effort to help stay afloat and provide much-needed services.
New York's governor has put out an urgent plea for medical volunteers as coronavirus deaths in New York City mount and hospitals buckle in what authorities say could be a preview of what other cities across the U.S. could soon face.
Due to a severe decline of drivers paying tolls during the coronavirus crisis, San Francisco's iconic Golden Gate Bridge is losing $3 million each week. Funds are needed for seismic retrofits and the near constant maintenance.
House Democrats are urging Americans to join in solidarity with Asian Americans to push back against xenophobic attacks, which attempt to blame Asians for the pandemic.
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer says she has suspended state hiring and promotions and vetoed $80 million in new spending in order to steer money to fighting the coronavirus.
A Navy hospital ship has arrived in New York City to help relieve the coronavirus crisis gripping the city's hospitals. Mayor Bill de Blasio said the arrival of the USNS Comfort will "save the lives of New Yorkers in our hour of need."
Michael Wells, a neuroscientist in Cambridge, Mass., has created a national database of scientists willing to use their skills and knowledge to help fight the coronavirus.
The French Navy has decided to keep submariners purposefully shielded from worldly worries about the virus to encourage undivided focus on their top-secret missions of nuclear deterrence.