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President Trump boasted that the U.S. would send $100 million in medical supplies to Italy despite American hospitals fretting about shortages at home due to the coronavirus epidemic.   ‘We’re going to be sending approximately $100 million worth of things, of surgical and medical and hospital things to Italy,’ Trump told reporters Monday in the White …

The UW Student Technology Loan Program is increasing its stock of laptops and tablets to allow students otherwise without computer access to borrow for the remote spring quarter. Lydia Ely With spring quarter classes being entirely online, the UW Student Technology Loan Program (STLP) is centralizing its inventory in Kane Hall and prioritizing student demand …

Mr. Trump denied on Sunday that the prospect of a quarantine was a threat. “I didn’t go around threatening,” he said during a White House briefing. He raised the idea because the region has the most confirmed coronavirus cases in the United States, but he offered no details about how his administration would enforce it. …

The British public have been under an unprecedented lockdown for nearly a week, with people told to stay inside and avoid gatherings to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus. But the government measures weren’t enough to stop 25 adults and children gathering for a “massive” karaoke party on Saturday night. Derbyshire Police said they …

The coronavirus death toll in America doubled in the span of just two days as new potential hotspots emerge in urban centers around the country.  The US currently leads the world in coronavirus infections with 123,778 reported as of Sunday morning. The death toll surpassed 2,100 on Saturday, doubling figures reported two days earlier.   New …

Editor’s Note: The Atlantic is making vital coverage of the coronavirus available to all readers. Find the collection here. Three months ago, no one knew that SARS-CoV-2 existed. Now the virus has spread to almost every country, infecting at least 446,000 people whom we know about, and many more whom we do not. It has …

KUTV — Logan City Police were able to link Kenneth Lee Pyper, age 39, to a recent vandalism spree on Friday. On March 18, 2020, the Logan man was accused of breaking windows at Mount Logan Middle School, two churches, two businesses, and several vehicles – all in about 90 minutes. One witness told police …

MIAMI – The ongoing spread of coronavirus has claimed the life of a South Florida medical health professional. Jackson Health System confirmed the death of nurse Araeli Buendia Ilagen. They said she died from complications of COVID-19. Ilagen worked at the hospital for nearly 33 years, according to the release. The full statement read: “Our …

 Share This On: (NEWS ROOM GUYANA) — Minister of Public Health Volda Lawrence on Saturday confirmed that three additional persons have tested positive for the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) bringing Guyana’s list of confirmed cases to eight. Those persons have been placed in isolation at a health facility. During her live update on Facebook Saturday, …

More than 11 million people tuned in to watch Pope Francis deliver a blessing in an empty Saint Peter’s Square, television bosses said on Saturday, as the Italian prime minister, Giuseppe Conte, warned that the European Union risked losing its purpose. The pope’s blessing, Urbi et Orbi (To the city and the world)is usually reserved …