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Updated: 12th March 2020 17:22Health

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Some sites, including Hornet, are urging users to maintain a "remote" social network.
Experts explain why COVID-19 has made its way into children's games ― and why that's mostly OK.
Colorado, Connecticut and the University of Washington are using the procedure to a limited degree.
The Golden State received test kits for COVID-19 from the federal government that did not include all the components needed to actually run a test.

The NCAA announced it would cancel the immensely popular college basketball tournaments as the COVID-19 outbreak expands across the country.
Between sexism and ageism, menopause gives rise to many stereotypes that have consequences for women's private and professional lives.
CDC Director Robert Redfield agreed to invoke his authority to authorize the government to pay for coronavirus testing after the congresswoman grilled him.
Should we be taking off our rings and watches to wash our hands? Will sanitizer hurt jewelry? Can it spread the virus?
"Some of these students are not going to return to college," a professor said.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo spoke about the COVID-19 pandemic and its implications for New York City at a press conference on Thursday.
As “social distancing” is urged to contain the coronavirus outbreak, home is exactly where the danger lies for some.
Baseball is following suit after the NBA and NHL suspended their seasons.
Would you risk your health ― and potentially, your life ― for $100 in freebies?
Rudy Gobert was the first player on the team to contract COVID-19. The entire NBA season has since been suspended.
President Jair Bolsonaro, a close Trump ally, says the media is exaggerating the outbreak, even as it reaches members of his government.
The president has characterized the pandemic as a “foreign virus” and suggested that banning people from other countries is key to fixing the outbreak at home.
A new plan in the House would allocate emergency sick day funding to deal with the coronavirus outbreak, while also creating a permanent employer mandate.
"Tying coronavirus to China and Chinese people isn’t just a racist dog whistle, it’s a whole racist orchestra," said the "Full Frontal" host.
Ronald Klain warned that hospitals will be "crushed" as the number of cases soars.
As COVID-19 spreads in Seattle, sex workers are losing clients and taking more risks