As the number of สมัครสมาชิกใหม่confirmed novel coronavirus cases
increases, some states are acting quickly by ordering
variations of stay-at-home orders for residents. Oregon
issued such an order on Friday night, joining states
that include California, สมัครแทงบอลออนไลน์ง่ายๆIllinois and New York.
The respiratory virus, known officially as COVID-19,
has reached every continent except Antarctica, and
every state in America since emerging in the Chinese city of Wuhan in December.
Globally, there are at least บาคาร่าออนไลน์306,000 diagnosed cases
and at least 13,301 coronavirus-related deaths, according
to data compiled by the Center for Systems Science and
Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. More than
92,000 people have recovered worldwide.
10:47 p.m.: DJ D-Nice brings party to Instagram
With so many Americans isolating at home, DJ D-Nice has
managed to gather more than 100,000 Instagram users at a
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This is the largest crowd the Bronx-born DJ has attracted
since launching the "parties" on Wednesday.
Some of the users tuning in Saturday: Oprah, Mark
Zuckerberg, Bernie Sanders, เว็บบาคาร่าออนไลน์Joe Biden, Atlanta Mayor
Keisha Lance Bottoms, and countless other celebs, singers and athletes.
9:30 p.m.: NY ATC Center, LGA tower will be closed overnight for sanitization
The New York Air Route Traffic Control Center and
New York's LaGuardia Control Tower will now be closed
overnight for sanitization, according to the Federal Aviation Administration.
During this time other air traffic facilities will
provide needed key services and some flights will be
rerouted around the airspace, but the FAA expects a
minimal impact on traffic since the volume during these hours is low.
Flights were briefly suspended at New York City and
Philadelphia airports Saturday afternoon when an air
traffic controller trainee at New York Air Route Traffic
Control Center in Ronkonkoma, New York, tested positive for coronavirus.
9:20 p.m.: Hawaii requires visitors to quarantine
Hawaii Gov. David Ige announced he has signed an emergency
proclamation mandating a 14-day quarantine for everyone who
will be arriving into the state, both visitors and returning residents.
The quarantine goes into effect on March 26 at 12:01 a.m.
and will be in effect until further notice. Ige said the
mandate is the first of its kind in the nation.
“We want this action to send a message to visitors that
we appreciate their love for Hawaii, but at this time we
believe our community is very, very important," he said.
Residents will quarantine in their homes, while visitors
would have to stay in a hotel. Failure to obey could be a misdemeanor crime, Ige said.
8:41 p.m.: Pence, wife Karen test negative
Hours after saying Vice President Mike Pence and the second
lady, Karen Pence, would be tested for coronavirus, they have both tested negative.
Pence’s press secretary Katie Miller tweeted: “Pleased to
report that the COVID-19 test results came back negative for
both Vice President @Mike_Pence and Second Lady @KarenPence.”
President Donald Trump was tested last week and the result also came back as negative.
7:15 p.m.: Italy extends lockdown, more businesses to close
The prime minister of Italy announced that he is extended
the nationwide lockdown for another 10 days to April 3,
shuttered all nonessential business and called for
essential businesses to work in "smart mode."
"These are strict measures, I am aware of it, but we have
no alternative. At this moment we must resist, because only
in this way can we protect ourselves," Prime Minister Giuseppe
Conte said during a Facebook broadcast. "It is the most difficult
crisis that the country has been experiencing since the second
post-war period. The death of many fellow citizens is a pain that is renewed every day."
A list of businesses expected to close will be made public
at a later time, but "banking, postal, insurance and
financial services will continue to be insured," he said.
Italy has had more than 53,000 coronavirus cases and 4,825 deaths, most in the world.
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6:05 p.m.: FDA approves rapid response COVID-19 test
The FDA confirmed it has approved emergency use of a rapid
diagnostic test that can detect COVID-19 in about 45 minutes,
rather than the several days required for existing tests.
"With the development of point of care diagnostics, Americans
who need tests will be able to get results faster than ever
before," said Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar.
The company that makes the test, Cepheid, said it got the
authorization on Friday. The tests are expected to be
5:21 p.m.: Puerto Rico postpones primary
With the governor signing the resolution passed by
the Puerto Rico Senate and House, the date of the
Democratic presidential primary in Puerto Rico has
officially been moved to April 26, instead of March 29.
The territory became the latest to delay its primary due to coronavirus concerns.
Though Puerto Rico doesn't vote in the general
election, it does provide delegates in the nominating
process. There are 58 delegates up for grabs in the Democratic primary, more than 24 states.
Lebanon’s coronavirus caseload rose to 230 on Saturday,
after 67 new infections were confirmed in 24 hours, Prime
Minister Hassan Diab declared in a televised address.
Diab said Lebanon's security forces would step up efforts
to enforce measures to keep citizens at home.
"The coronavirus is waiting at the doorsteps of homes. Dealing
with this threat must be at the highest level of awareness and
behavior that protects our people and sons," he said. "I call on
you today to observe self-curfew because the state can't deal on
its own with this growing pandemic. The responsibility here is individual."
All of Lebanon’s borders and its international airport have
been shuttered since Thursday and the country has been urged by the government to self-isolate.
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department said it
will begin compliance checks to make sure all non-essential businesses are indeed closed.
The department's Special Investigations Section will
monitor businesses and respond to reports made via the city's non-emergency 311 system.
Business owners or managers will be given a copy of Gov.
Steve Sisolak's order and a police letter saying they are
in violation, and officers will wait on site until the
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