China, South Korea and Japan announced expanded border controls this week that mimic many of the bans and restrictions placed on China in the early days of the outbreak.
By Elaine Kurtenbach, Associated Press
Shares rose in Paris and London but fell 6.1% in Japan following Wall Street's and Europe's biggest drop since the 1987 Black Monday crash.
By James Ellingworth, Associated Press
Matches in England will be stopped until at least April 3 after five Premier League clubs said some players or staff were in self-isolation.
By Michelle R. Smith, Gillian Flaccus, Associated Press
Parents were developing homeschooling plans for their children, while workers missing shifts amid widespread closures wondered how they would pay bills, and prepared for many weeks of financial difficulty.
By Rob Gillies, Associated Press
Canada shut down Parliament and advised against all nonessential travel outside the country Friday while Prime Minister Justin Trudeau governed remotely from his home, in self-imposed quarantine after his wife tested positive for the new coronavirus.
By David A. Lieb, Associated Press
Several chambers have canceled sessions for next week, including those in Delaware, Illinois and Missouri. Officials at other state capitols are urging the public to stay away while they work.
The economic consequences of the novel coronavirus pandemic are growing even more severe. Stocks logged their worst day of trading since the 1987 market crash, cancellations and closures rippled across the globe and the fallout from President Trump’s decision to…
On Capitol Hill, lawmakers are working on a multi-billion dollar novel coronavirus aid package to help the Americans hit hardest by the pandemic. They, along with Democratic presidential candidates Joe Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders, also weighed in on President…
As the novel coronavirus pandemic takes hold in the U.S., some Americans are expressing concerns over how the government is handling the situation, the availability of testing kits and the U.S. response in comparison to that of other countries. Dr.
By Mike Stobbe, Matthew Perrone, Associated Press
The lack of comprehensive figures means U.S. health providers could quickly be overwhelmed by undetected cases.
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