As coronavirus cases spike worldwide, China is closing itself off – CNN

Hong Kong (CNN)China is closing its border to most foreigners amid fears of imported novel coronavirus cases causing a second outbreak in the country where the infection was first detected.
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A New York City nurse dies from the coronavirus. Angry co-workers blame a lack of protective gear. – Boston.com

Kious Kelly, a nurse manager at a Manhattan hospital, texted his sister on March 18 with some devastating news: He had tested positive for the coronavirus and was on a ventilator in the intensive care unit. He told her he could text but not talk.
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Will Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Delay Megxit Amid Prince Charles Health Concerns? – Showbiz Cheat Sheet

Prince Harry and Meghan Markles exit from the royal family becomes official in a few days. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are scheduled to step down as active members of the royal family on March 31. But Prince Charles’ recent contraction of the Coronavirus m… [+5582 what\’s happening]

NYC councilman shares grim coronavirus warning: ‘If it could happen here, it could happen anywhere’ – Fox News

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Israel Adesanya reveled in Jon Jones’ arrest with a series of memes – MMA Junkie

Israel Adesanya saw Jon Jones’ mess-up coming, but that doesn’t “meme” he can’t rub it in.
It’s no secret that Adesanya isn’t Jones’ biggest fan and vice versa, as the two UFC champions have had numerous spats despite not being in the same weight class.
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South Africa Nearing 1,000 Coronavirus Cases, As Country Goes Into Lockdown : Coronavirus Live Updates – NPR

A South African soldier enforces the lockdown order in downtown Johannesburg on Friday.
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