Virginia 2-Month ‘Stay At Home’ Order Longest In US, New Jersey COVID-19 Cases Jump By 3,000 In A Day, Italy Extends Lockdown By 1 Week: Live Updates

Monday, March 30, 2020
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden
Mon, 03/30/2020


Dr. Fauci says 100k-200k Americans may die from COVID-19
Trump extends guidelines to April 30
Spain case total passes China
Maryland Gov. issues ‘stay at home order’
Italy reports slowest rise in new cases in 2 weeks
South Korea reports worrying rebound in cases around Seoul
Virginia to become latest state to issue shelter in place orders
Russia expands Moscow lockdown throughout country
NY confirms another 7k cases
NYC remains undisputed center of US outbreak
Seattle area reports optimistic slowdown in new cases, deaths
New York surpasses 1k deaths
Indian migrant workers ‘washed’ with disinfectant
Dutch navy sailors test positive
Netanyahu goes on quarantine
Trump: US has enough medical equipment & ventilators to deal with peak of virus outbreak
Mnuchin says front-line workers deserve ‘hazard pay’
Spike in cases should arrive around Easter, Trump said, deaths expected to be “very low”
JNJ announces encouraging progress on vaccine
Mexico refuses “to implement state of siege” as case numbers remain low
Russia ramps up testing
WHO said outbreaks in Italy and Spain “potentially stabilizing”
UK reports another 2,619 cases
Chinese press publishes photo of Xi standing in public without mask
France reports another 4k cases
NJ case total climbs to 16.6k
UN proposes $2.5 trillion global rescue program
Australia launches worker subsidy program
Tokyo Olympics officially delayed until 2021
Poland imposes more restrictions on life
Amazon workers planning strike
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Update (1430ET): Trump said he and Putin discussed the importance of stability in global energy markets.

Meanwhile, after Maryland issued a stay-at-home order and Virginia also reportedly weighed a similar order, Vermont Gov. Phil Scott has ordered all lodging, including hotels, Airbnb and campgrounds, to suspend operations on Monday, CNN reports.

Vermont’s order suspends lodging and applies to hotels, bed and breakfasts, as well as short-term rentals such as Airbnb and campgrounds, Scott said. That includes online advertising and booking, he said. “If you don’t need to come to Vermont, please don’t,” he said. “This is about public health and safety which is our top priority.”

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is warning that medical experts say the coronavirus pandemic could escalate within two weeks in the Washington, D.C., Virginia and Maryland region, where it could resemble the current level of cases in New York City.

New Jersey recorded 3,347 new positive cases since yesterday, bringing our statewide total to 16,636.

Virginia’s new ‘stay at home order’ will last until June 10 until modified, which critics cited as a more reasonable timeline, and noted that even Trump is now making gestures toward June.

Gov. Phil Murphy kept his promise to “shame” those caught violating the state’s lockdown, among them involving residents facing charges including four buddies who met to drag race in a school parking lot, men who held weddings, a woman who left her home to toss a Molotov cocktail at her boyfriend’s residence (unsuccessfully, we might add) and a billiards hall owner who reopened after he was ordered to close.

Meanwhile, Italian health authorities have extended the national lockdown by another week, extending it to April 12, from April 3.

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