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US California governor issues statewide 'stay at home' order over coronavirus

04:25  20 march  2020
04:25  20 march  2020 Source:   reuters.com

Newsom: Disneyland, Theaters, Casinos Exempted From Coronavirus Ban On Large Gatherings

  Newsom: Disneyland, Theaters, Casinos Exempted From Coronavirus Ban On Large Gatherings Disneyland and other large theme parks will not required to comply with California Gov. Gavin Newsom's order against large gatherings to counter the spread of COVID-19. © Provided by CBS Los Angeles Newsom said California public health officials issued an updated policy saying “non-essential” gatherings such as sporting events, concerts and conferences should be postponed or canceled until at least the end of March.

LOS ANGELES, March 19 (Reuters) - California 's governor on Thursday issued a statewide " stay at home " order to residents, telling them to leave their homes only when necessary during the coronavirus pandemic. (Reporting by Dan Whitcomb; Editing by Sandra Maler).

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - California ’s governor on Thursday issued a statewide “ stay at home ” order to residents, telling them to leave their homes only when necessary during the coronavirus pandemic.

LOS ANGELES, March 19 (Reuters) - California's governor on Thursday issued a statewide "stay at home order" directing residents to leave their homes only when necessary during the coronavirus pandemic.

A general view of Hollywood Blvd during the global outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Los Angeles, California, U.S., March 18, 2020. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni © Reuters A general view of Hollywood Blvd during the global outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Los Angeles, California, U.S., March 18, 2020. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni

Governor Gavin Newsom said that modeling has shown that 56 percent of California residents were expected to contract COVID-19 over the next eight weeks, requiring nearly 20,000 more hospital beds than the state could currently provide.

Ohio governor: All restaurants, bars must close amid coronavirus outbreak

  Ohio governor: All restaurants, bars must close amid coronavirus outbreak Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced Sunday that he will order bars and restaurants to close at 9 p.m. due to the coronavirus outbreak. The governor says the reason behind this is to enforce social distancing. Restaurants with carryout service will still be permitted. Sign up for our Newsletters Eleven more cases tested positive, bringing the total number of cases to 37 in Ohio. The governor announced earlier Sunday that he was looking into options about closing bars and restaurants. In a news conference Saturday in Columbus Gov. Mike DeWine announced that there were now 26 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Ohio.

The governor of California on Thursday evening issued a statewide stay at home order to help combat the spread of the novel coronavirus . L.A. County announces 'safer at home ' order . Los Angeles County officials on Thursday announced stricter guidelines for one of the most populated

The governor of California on Thursday evening issued a statewide stay at home order to help combat the spread of the novel coronavirus . Gavin Newsom's announcement came less than an hour after officials in Los Angeles County ordered people to stay home except for essential needs or

Newsom earlier on Thursday asked President Donald Trump to send a U.S. Navy hospital ship to the port of Los Angeles "immediately" as the state braces for the expected surge in the number of coronavirus cases.

He said Los Angeles, as the nation's second-largest city, would likely be "disproportionately impacted" by the pandemic in the coming weeks.

In a separate letter sent to U.S. congressional leaders, the governor asked for additional federal funding for unemployment insurance and social safety net programs and aid to small businesses, schools and universities. (Reporting by Dan Whitcomb; Editing by Bill Tarrant and Tom Brown)

Two more Mass. inmates, correction officer test positive for coronavirus .
Two additional inmates and a correction officer at a Massachusetts prison have tested positive for COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, according to the state's Department of Correction. The Department of Correction provided the update Sunday afternoon, less than 36 hours after announcing the first confirmed case of COVID-19 inside a state correctional facility. Sign up for our Newsletters The Massachusetts Department of Correction said the latest positive cases involved inmates at the Massachusetts Treatment Center, a medium security facility separately housing criminally sentenced male inmates identified as sex offenders and those who hav

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