Coronavirus Travel Restrictions and Bans Globally: Updating List

Countries across the world have imposed travel restrictions to curb the spread of the coronavirus. This list, pulled from official government reports and the United States State Department, will be updated as new measures are announced. Africa Kenya On March 15, the Kenyan government announced the suspension of all travelers from countries that have reported…

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Spain, on Lockdown, Weighs Liberties Against Containing Coronavirus

MADRID — The scene is becoming all too familiar, and now it has gripped Spain: Streets are empty, shops are shuttered, families are cloistered at home and the numbers of those infected with the coronavirus, and those who have died, are growing. Spain — like Italy and France to varying degrees — is now on…

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‘There Is Plenty of Food in the Country’

The aisles and aisles of empty store shelves give the appearance that the United States, improbably and alarmingly, is running out of food. But the nation’s biggest retailers, dairy farmers and meat producers say that isn’t so. The food supply chain, they say, remains intact and has been ramping up to meet the unprecedented stockpiling…

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Quarantine Prepping Comes to the Farmers’ Market, Measuredly

SANTA MONICA, Calif. — Kong Thao considered the chaos of the coronavirus as a farmer. “We’re treating it like a winter,” he said. This meant that he expected his fruit and vegetable sales to be slower, at least for a while. For people to go out less, and to spend less money. And it wasn’t…

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The V.A. Prepares to Back Up a Health Care System Threatened by Coronavirus

WASHINGTON — The Department of Veterans Affairs, legally designated as the backup health care system in national emergencies, is preparing to absorb the overflow of coronavirus patients from private hospitals if — or when — they become strained to the breaking point. It would be the biggest test the sprawling and sometimes troubled government hospital…

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How to Make College Decisions When Campuses Are Closed

As colleges and universities nationwide shift to online classes in an attempt to curtail the spread of the coronavirus, the usual spring break college tours have been upended. Things are changing fast, so it’s important to check with individual colleges, but most prospective student visits, including events and overnights for admitted students, are off the…

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Sherilyn Notte, Jason Tuthill

Sherilyn Michele Notte and Jason Brown Tuthill were married March 14 at the First Reformed Church of Pompton Plains in Pompton Plains, N.J. Pastor Dave Gustavsen, who was ordained by the Dallas Theological Seminary, performed the ceremony. Mrs. Tuthill, 34, is a senior manager consultant to the pharmaceutical industry at Deloitte Digital in New York.…

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Heather Brennan, James Dennin

Heather Penelope Brennan and James Frederick Dennin were married March 14 at the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine in New York. The Rev. Canon Steven Lee, an Episcopal priest, performed the ceremony. The couple met at Kenyon College in Ohio, from which each graduated. Ms. Brennan, 27, is the associate manager of editorial…

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