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Coronavirus Live Updates: American From Ill-Fated Cruise Is Said to Test Positive

The passenger from the Westerdam, which docked in Cambodia last week after being turned away elsewhere, was later found to have the virus in Malaysia, officials there said.

Coronavirus Live Updates: American From Ill-Fated Cruise Is Said to Test Positive

The passenger from the Westerdam, which docked in Cambodia last week after being turned away elsewhere, was later found to have the virus in Malaysia, officials there said.

A Hunt for Clues in Hawaii After a Tourist Couple Falls Ill With Coronavirus

By Lorin Eleni Gill and Nicholas Bogel-Burroughs

A couple visiting Waikiki Beach tested positive for the virus after returning to Japan. Public health officials are investigating to see if anyone else was exposed.

China’s Leader, Under Fire, Says He Led Coronavirus Fight Early On

By Amy Qin

Xi Jinping was aware of the outbreak nearly two weeks before he first spoke publicly about it. It could draw him directly into questions about whether officials did too little, too late.

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France Confirms First Death in Europe From Coronavirus

By Elian Peltier

The death of an 80-year-old Chinese tourist in a Paris hospital was the first known fatality from the new virus outside Asia.

Will the Coronavirus Cause a Recession?

By Eswar S. Prasad

The world’s second-largest economy is coming to a near standstill.

To Tame Coronavirus, Mao-Style Social Control Blankets China

By Raymond Zhong and Paul Mozur

Despite their high-tech tools, the authorities are mainly relying on a flood of workers to keep hundreds of millions of people from coming in contact with outsiders.

To Tame Coronavirus, Mao-Style Social Control Blankets China

By Raymond Zhong and Paul Mozur

Despite their high-tech tools, the authorities are mainly relying on a flood of workers to keep hundreds of millions of people from coming in contact with outsiders.

U.S. Says It Will Evacuate Americans From Cruise Ship

Passengers and crew members quarantined off Japan were told by the American Embassy that a chartered flight would arrive on Sunday to take them back to the United States.

Coronavirus Live Updates: Xi Began Fighting Virus Earlier Than Known

Chinese state media released evidence that the country’s leader, Xi Jinping, issued internal orders about the coronavirus epidemic in early January, about two weeks before his first public remarks.

U.S. Says It Will Evacuate Americans From Cruise Ship

Passengers and crew members quarantined off Japan were told by the American Embassy that a chartered flight would arrive on Sunday to take them back to the United States.

β€˜Thermometer Guns’ on Coronavirus Front Lines Are β€˜Notoriously Not Accurate’

By David Yaffe-Bellany

Chinese authorities are using infrared thermometers to screen people for the illness, as the devices have become synonymous with trying to contain deadly outbreaks.

Coronavirus Begins to Sap Growth as Europe’s Economy Slows

By Jack Ewing

Germany registered zero growth in late 2019, and the prospects for a turnaround in early 2020 are dimming.

Coronavirus Live Updates: France Reports First Death Outside Asia

The French health minister said the man was an 80-year-old tourist from Hubei who had been hospitalized since Jan. 25.

Shifting Ground in Coronavirus Fight: U.S. Will Evacuate Americans From Cruise Ship

By Vivian Wang, Motoko Rich and Keith Bradsher

In China, after assurances that people should go back to work, officials partly changed course and announced mandatory quarantine for people returning to Beijing.

Coronavirus Live Updates: France Reports First Death Outside Asia

The French health minister said the man was an 80-year-old tourist from Hubei who had been hospitalized since Jan. 25.

China’s Doctors, Fighting the Coronavirus, Beg for Masks

By Chris Buckley, Sui-Lee Wee and Amy Qin

Confronting a viral epidemic with a scant supply of protective equipment, more than 1,700 Chinese medical workers have already been infected, and six have died.

They Documented the Coronavirus Crisis in Wuhan. Then They Vanished.

By Vivian Wang

Two video bloggers whose dispatches from the heart of the outbreak showed fear, grief and dissatisfaction with the government have gone silent.

U.S. Supports Aid to North Korea for Fighting the Coronavirus

By Choe Sang-Hun

The North has reported no cases of the virus, but relief groups say it is woefully unprepared to deal with an outbreak.

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