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More than 100 employees at three Boston hospitals have tested positive for coronavirus

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More than 100 employees at three Boston hospitals have tested positive for coronavirus

The novel coronavirus pandemic continues to spread worldwide, sending countries into lockdown with millions under movement restrictions. Follow here for live updates

1 hr 36 min ago Dalai Lama will donate food and medicine during India's coronavirus outbreak From CNN's Tenzin Dharpo in Dharamsala and Sugam Pokharel in Atlanta and Swati Gupta in New Delhi The Dalai Lama speaks in Dharamshala, India, in March 2019. Pallava Bagla/Corbis/Getty Images The Dalai Lama on today announced he will donate"essential supplies like food and medicine for the poor and needy members of the community” as India locks down to contain the spread of the coronavirus. His office said in a statement that he had written to the chief minister of Himachal Pradesh, the northern Indian state where Dharamsala — the headquarters of the Tibetan government-in-exile — is located, to express his support. “Since Himachal Pradesh has been my home for almost 60 years,” the Tibetan spiritual leader wrote, “I naturally feel an affinity for its people.” The Dalai Lama expressed"confidence" that the steps being taken by the Narendra Modi government"will be effective in containing the spread of the virus." The amount of the donation was not disclosed, as per usual practice. The Dalai Lama on February 12 canceled all his public engagements “until further notice” after his doctors advised him to because of the outbreak, according to a statement from the Dalai Lama’s office, as well as from his personal secretary who spoke to CNN. Meanwhile, the Delhi government will give online passes to people provide essential services so they can operate around the clock, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said today. The Delhi government has also given the green light to online food delivery services to continue working across the city. Employers of online food delivery services need to provide identification cards to all their workers and following that, they will be allowed to continue working in the city, Kejriwal added. India yesterday started unprecedented 21-day bid to stop the coronavirus pandemic in its tracks with a nationwide lockdown. The country has 681 confirmed cases of coronavirus so far with 13 deaths, according to the latest John Hopkins University data. share with Facebook Read more: CNN

Too bad there is no preparation for any PPE since Trump found out about the virus in Middle of January 😳💔🙏 jaketapper It’s almost like the hospital staff should have proper PPE so they themselves don’t get sick. Trump administration is directly responsible for this debacle. jaketapper Does this mean protective hospital equipment isn't working?

May God be with them ... jaketapper O no Mazzing ! gtconway3d realDonaldTrump failure to use the Defense Production act is gross negligence and will cost many lives. DefenseProductionAct coronavirus VoteBlueNoMatterWho gtconway3d But let's all head to church for Easter, right realDonaldTrump gtconway3d omg

God bless them

Coronavirus Creates College Uncertainty, Admissions Gets EasierAs the coronavirus pandemic upends college life, it is triggering a knock-on effect for admissions: High-school seniors may find it easier to get into some schools this year. ChineseVirus Oh great. More gender study degrees pushed out into society...but why?

eiiii the LORD have mercy donna__gentile AnayasaNevzat Doctors and hospital workers have marginal understanding of pathology control. I see violations every time I go to an office, clinic or hospital. Wow, that is really scary. An apparent result of poor planning due to lack of commonsense, within this administration

Grim and unfortunate, yet inevitable. I pray to God to eradicate this suffering

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Coronavirus testing has tripled in CaliforniaWith additional commercial and private labs coming online, the number of Californians getting tested for coronavirus has tripled. About 66,800 tests have been completed so far, California Gov. Gavin Newsom said, about 39,000 more than Tuesday.

Firearm background checks have spiked in FloridaThe novel coronavirus pandemic continues to spread worldwide, sending countries into lockdown with millions under movement restrictions. Follow here for live updates Its because they want to protect their homes from desperate people breaking into them for their supplies. Florida man is gonna shoot those viruses

Chicago will begin issuing citations to people who break shelter-in-place orderChicago Police will be issuing citations to residents who do not abide by the rules for congregations and staying at home starting Thursday, Interim Chicago Police Superintendent Charlie Beck said. “The educational phase of this is over.' That quote has me dying 💀

Marine who works inside Pentagon tests positive for Covid-19The novel coronavirus pandemic continues to spread worldwide, sending countries into lockdown with millions under movement restrictions. Follow here for live updates Oh shit it's hit our Vets. Now maybe the right will take this seriously... Nope they are saying sacrifice old people for the economy. lookner Get well Devil Dog.✊🏾



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