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By Joseph Wilson, Aritz Parra, Associated Press
In Spain, doctors and nurses complain of shortages of the equipment necessary to shield them from contagion and tests for the new virus. There and in Italy, many medical professionals are falling ill.
By Nick Schifrin, Ali Rogin
With close to 7,000 deaths, Italy is the country hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic so far. Its health care system, one of Europe’s best, is mustering all its resources to respond to the flood of patients infected with COVID-19.
By Colleen Barry, Luca Bruno, Associated Press
Provincial mayors are sounding an alarm that the virus-related toll fails to reflect a spike in deaths in the general population among those who have not been tested.
By Nicole Winfield, Associated Press
The death toll in Italy from the coronavirus overtook China’s on Thursday, and infections in the United States climbed past 10,000, in a stark illustration of how the crisis has pivoted toward the West.
By David Rising, Nick Perry, Ken Moritsugu, Associated Press
The Chinese city of Wuhan reported no new homegrown infections, but Italy appeared set to surpass China's death toll from the virus.
By Hope Yen, Aamer Madhani, Associated Press
"We are at a critical inflection point in this country, people. We are where Italy was two weeks ago in terms of our numbers," U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams told Fox News. "When you look at the projections, there's…
By PBS NewsHour
A week after Italy’s government began locking down the country due to the coronavirus outbreak, new cases are emerging as the death toll climbs. The scenario is overwhelming a medical system already reeling from an influx of patients. NewsHour Weekend…
Every day is a scramble to find more intensive care beds than the critically ill who need them. There still aren't enough protective masks to go around.
By Joe McDonald, Associated Press
Global stock markets rebounded Tuesday from record-setting declines after U.S. President Donald Trump said he would ask Congress for a tax cut and other measures to ease the pain of the spreading coronavirus outbreak.
By Yanan Wang, Matt Sedensky, John Leicester, Associated Press
Starkly illustrating the global east-to-west spread of the new coronavirus, Italy began an extraordinary, sweeping nationwide travel ban on Tuesday while in China, the diminishing threat prompted the president to visit the epicenter and declare: ""We will certainly defeat this…
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