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    A New York doctor’s Coronavirus warning: the sky is falling

    With more states across America ordering millions to stay home, and Britain joining the rest of Europe in shuttering nonessential businesses and placing its population under what one newspaper called "house arrest", voices of disquiet over the economic cost of such measures grew louder, even as public health experts warned that relaxing restrictions could significantly increase the death toll.

    These places could run out of hospital beds as virus spreads

    With more states across America ordering millions to stay home, and Britain joining the rest of Europe in shuttering nonessential businesses and placing its population under what one newspaper called "house arrest", voices of disquiet over the economic cost of such measures grew louder, even as public health experts warned that relaxing restrictions could significantly increase the death toll.

    From Jerry Falwell Jr. to Dr. Drew: 5 Coronavirus doubters

    With more states across America ordering millions to stay home, and Britain joining the rest of Europe in shuttering nonessential businesses and placing its population under what one newspaper called "house arrest", voices of disquiet over the economic cost of such measures grew louder, even as public health experts warned that relaxing restrictions could significantly increase the death toll.

    Which country has flattened the curve for the Coronavirus?

    With more states across America ordering millions to stay home, and Britain joining the rest of Europe in shuttering nonessential businesses and placing its population under what one newspaper called "house arrest", voices of disquiet over the economic cost of such measures grew louder, even as public health experts warned that relaxing restrictions could significantly increase the death toll.

    Easy recipes to cook while you’re self-quarantined

    With more states across America ordering millions to stay home, and Britain joining the rest of Europe in shuttering nonessential businesses and placing its population under what one newspaper called "house arrest", voices of disquiet over the economic cost of such measures grew louder, even as public health experts warned that relaxing restrictions could significantly increase the death toll.
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    98,743,848
    Total confirmed cases
    Updated on January 23, 2021 4:05 am
    Italy
    2,441,854
    Total confirmed cases
    Updated on January 23, 2021 4:05 am
    Spain
    2,603,472
    Total confirmed cases
    Updated on January 23, 2021 4:05 am
    Iran
    1,360,852
    Total confirmed cases
    Updated on January 23, 2021 4:05 am
    Germany
    2,125,261
    Total confirmed cases
    Updated on January 23, 2021 4:05 am

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