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60 People Attended Choir Rehearsal in Washington State, 45 Contracted Coronavirus & 2 Have Died

Officials in Washington state are saying that a choir rehearsal in Skagit County is responsible for at least 45 new cases of coronavirus and two deaths.

3-Week-Old Baby in New York is Youngest Person in U.S. to Test Positive for Coronavirus

A three-week-old baby in Long Island, New York has reportedly tested positive for coronavirus, making the infant the youngest person in the United States to contract the disease.

Kentucky Resident Who Attended “Coronavirus Party” Defying Social Distancing Orders Now Has Coronavirus

A group of young adults in Kentucky hosted a "coronavirus party" to defy orders from state and federal officials to socially distance, and now one of them has tested positive for coronavirus, Governor Andy Beshear said Tuesday (Mar. 24).

Georgia Hospital Worker Found Dead of Coronavirus in Home With Her Young Child by Her Body

Diedre Wilkes, a 42-year-old mammogram technician and mother of a young child, was found dead from coronavirus in her Georgia home, state officials said.

Man in Video Licking Deodorants in Missouri Walmart After Asking “Who’s Scared of Coronavirus?” Charged With Making a Terrorist Threat

Cody Lee Pfister, a 26-year-old man accused by police of licking items in a Missouri Walmart store during the coronavirus outbreak, has been charged with making a terrorist threat.

39-Year-Old Woman “in Good Health” Found Dead by Boyfriend While Waiting for Coronavirus Test Results

Natasha Ott, a healthy 39-year-old New Orleans woman, died just days after she was tested for coronavirus. At the time of her death, she was still waiting for the test results.

North Carolina Police Find 18,000 Pounds of Toilet Paper in Stolen 18-Wheeler Truck

While Americans are having trouble finding toilet paper in retail stores, police in North Carolina came across nearly 18,000 pounds of commercial bathroom paper products inside a stolen 18-wheeler truck on Wednesday (Mar. 18).

20-Year-Old Spanish Soccer Coach Died of Coronavirus Right After Finding Out He Had Leukemia

Francisco Garcia, a 20-year-old soccer coach from Spain, died from the coronavirus while also unknowingly battling leukemia, according to reports.

N.C. Resident Who Attended Millennium Tour 2020 Concert in Raleigh Tests Positive for Coronavirus

A North Carolina resident who attended the Millennium Tour 2020 at PNC Arena in Raleigh last Friday (Mar. 13) has tested positive for COVID-19 aka coronavirus.

San Francisco Going on 24-Hour Lockdown for Three Weeks Due to Coronavirus Pandemic

San Francisco Mayor London Breed confirmed at a press conference Monday (Mar. 16) that, much like Italy, the entire city will be placed on a mandatory lockdown for THREE weeks starting at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday morning in an extreme effort to help curb the spread of the coronavirus.

Atlanta Airport TSA Worker Tests Positive for Coronavirus

A Transportation Security Administration worker at the airport in Atlanta has tested positive for COVID-19 aka coronavirus, the TSA announced Monday (Mar. 16).

Regal Cinemas Closing ALL Theaters Indefinitely Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

Regal Cinemas announced Monday (Mar. 16) that they will be shutting down all of their theater locations starting Tuesday as a precaution amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Man Who Overdosed on Meth in Hotel Room With Florida Politician Andrew Gillum Is a Gay Porn Star & Escort

Gillum, a former mayor of Tallahassee, was found vomiting and intoxicated with a man named Travis Dyson (aka Brodie Scott), who reportedly identifies himself as a "pornstar performer."

Tennessee Man Has Nearly 18,000 Bottles of Hand Sanitizer and Nowhere to Sell Them

Popular online retailers like Amazon and eBay have banned resellers over price gouging on sanitizers, cleaning products and face masks.

Italy’s Coronavirus Death Toll Jumps by 368 to Over 1,800 in Just One Day, Setting New 24-Hour Record

Italy has hit a one-day record with 368 new coronavirus deaths reported in the last 24 hours,AFP reports.

Man Reportedly Stabbed at Sam’s Club During Fight Over Supplies Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

A man was violently attacked at a Sam's Club in Hiram, Georgia Thursday (Mar. 12) over an apparent dispute over supplies, according to a number of social media posts about the incident.