Coronavirus Update In United States: Tuesday, March 10
The latest on the coronavirus across the United States, including the latest on the number of cases, deaths and locations.
President Donald Trump and his administration are considering using a Federal Emergency Management Agency disaster declaration to aid the United States economy against increasing damage from the new coronavirus outbreak, according to reports. Such a move would deliver funds to bolster the economy without waiting for approval from Congress, The New York Times reported Tuesday.
As confirmed coronavirus cases in the United States increase, the U.S. economy is slowing under threat of the virus, which is quarantining workers, causing travel cancellations, and prompting schools and businesses to close.
, there have been more than 760 confirmed coronavirus cases and 23 total deaths in the United States from the disease as of Tuesday.
Here are developments surrounding the coronavirus in the United States:
Americans over the age of 60, among the most vulnerable to the new coronavirus, should stock up on groceries, medication and other necessities so they can avoid going out more than absolutely necessary, a top Centers for Disease Control and Prevention official said Monday.
The Vermont senator was set to speak at the Hungtington Convention Center downtown but cancelled due to coronavirus fears.
State health officials have started identifying person-to-person spread of COVID-19 in Massachusetts.
As the case count hits 19, state officials anticipate event cancellations and are urging residents to be prepared.
The person in their 30s is in critical condition, according to the Minnesota Department of Health.
Aiming to prevent the new coronavirus from infecting vulnerable patients, Puget Sound hospitals are limiting visitors and barring some children.
One of the new cases is an employee at a hospital in Rhode Island, health officials said.
GA Superintendent Richard Woods weighed in on Fulton Schools' decision to close Tuesday, and what other districts should do for coronavirus.
"We're preparing for, unfortunately, what might be the inevitable in the city of Boston," Mayor Marty Walsh said Tuesday.
Gov. Jared Polis has declared a state of emergency after 15 presumptive cases of the new coronavirus have been confirmed in Colorado.
"Jeopardy!" and "Wheel of Fortune" will start taping without live audiences at Sony Pictures in Culver City this week.
Lake View's Bernard Zell Jewish day school is the third campus in the city to close due to coronavirus exposure.
Two new cases of the novel coronavirus have been reported in Virginia, one in Fairfax City and the other in Spotsylvania County.
Delta Air Lines said Tuesday that the company will offer employees a voluntary leave option and institute a company-wide hiring freeze.
While spring break has already sprung in parts of Florida, the spread of the new coronavirus has taken its toll on this year's annual rite.
Festival officials have been forced to cut 58 jobs after a local disaster order prompted by COVID-19 fears cancelled the annual gathering.
It marks the second time the Solano County U.S. military base has taken in cruise passengers being evacuated because of the new coronavirus.
Gov. Larry Hogan announced that a Prince George's County resident is the sixth confirmed case of the new coronavirus in Maryland.
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