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ffp1 ffp2 ffp3, All St. Patrick's Day parades were canceled in Ireland, including one in Dublin that typically draws half a million to its streets. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP All schools in and around Madrid will close for two weeks. The rising number of cases around Spain's capital “imply a change for the worse,” the country's Health Minister Salvador Illa said. Trying to send a message of confidence in the economy, French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife walked on Paris’ Champs-Elysees avenue. “I’m shaking hands using my heart,” he said as he waved to people while keeping a 1-meter distance from passersby.

ffp1 ffp2 ffp3 - In the United States, where more than 600 infections and 26 deaths have been reported, the Grand Princess cruise ship docked in Oakland, California, for its passengers to head for a 14-day quarantine in the U.S. or their home countries. At least 21 people aboard are infected.

ffp1 ffp2 ffp3, Dr. Amesh Adalja, senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins University Center for Health Security, joins Laura Ingraham on 'The Ingraham Angle.' The World Health Organization (WHO) announced last week the global death rate from the coronavirus is at 3.4 percent, which means it's much deadlier than the flu, but most infected people still get better over time. COVID-19 has infected more than 113,000 people and killed over 4,000 worldwide since it was discovered last December, but roughly 64,000 have recovered from the virus so far, according to Johns Hopkins University.

ffp1 ffp2 ffp3 - China now has more recovered patients than those still infected, while eight people in the U.S. have also recovered from the virus. CDC IS NOT SENDING PEOPLE TO YOUR DOOR FOR CORONAVIRUS INFO, POLICE SAY A commuter wears a face mask in the New York City transit system, Monday, March 9, 2020, in New York. New York continued grappling Monday with the new coronavirus, as case numbers, school closings and other consequences grew. (AP Photo/John Minchillo) There is currently no vaccine or antiviral treatment for the virus. People are advised to get medical care to help relieve symptoms or support their vital organ functions in severe cases, according to the CDC.

ffp1 ffp2 ffp3 - But what happens after you get over the coronavirus? People infected with the virus must remain isolated in medical care or at home until they no longer can test positive for the virus. Once you get over the virus, test negative, and have been cleared by medical professionals you can simply be released back into the community. Although the time to be cleared varies depending on your age and preexisting health conditions, people at a higher risk for the virus include the elderly and those with chronic lung diseases or a weaker immune system.