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NYC hospitals using refrigerated trucks as temporary morgues

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) deployed 85 refrigerated trucks to New York City to serve as temporary morgues where hospitals will place the overflow of bodies, as the coronavirus death toll climbed steadily on Monday. 

National Guardsman is 1st US service member to die from coronavirus, Esper announces

A member of the New Jersey National Guard died on Saturday after being hospitalized for over a week, becoming the first U.S. service member to succumb to the coronavirus.

Pennsylvania schools and business will remain closed 'indefinitely,' Gov. Wolf says

Gov. Tom  Wolf, D-Pa., announced on Monday that all schools statewide would remain shut "until further notice" and stay-at-home orders intact until April 30 to deal with the growing coronavirus crisis. 

Parris Island boot camp closed to new recruits for weeks amid coronavirus outbreak

The Marine Corps will not accept new recruits at Parris Island for at least two weeks, according to a report, after more than 20 people tested positive for coronavirus.

Florida megachurch pastor arrested for holding crowded services Sunday

The Florida megachurch pastor who made national headlines for holding crowded services Sunday has been arrested Monday afternoon for defying government orders amid the coronavirus pandemic, Fox News confirmed.

Coronavirus scare leads to Florida man's arrest on a hoax weapon of mass destruction charge

A coronavirus scare at a Florida business has led to the arrest of a man on a use of a hoax weapon of mass destruction charge.

Georgia man arrested in alleged coronavirus test kickback scheme

A Georgia man was charged Monday in federal court with hatching an illegal kick-back scheme involving coronavirus tests.

Coronavirus outbreak results in Massachusetts man, 70, getting 'a little different' birthday party

Not even social distancing was going to keep people from celebrating this birthday in Massachusetts. 

Pictures: USNS Comfort hospital ship arrives in New York City

New York City hospitals reinforced by the USNA Comfort, a field hospital in Central Park and a hospital set up at the Jacob Javits Convention Center.

Tennessee nursing home coronavirus outbreak leaves 2 dead; 101 hospitalized

An outbreak of the coronavirus at one Tennessee nursing home left two dead and more than 100 others hospitalized by Sunday – a week after the state banned most visitors at extended-care facilities. 

Las Vegas parking lot turned into temporary homeless shelter after coronavirus case shuts facility

A parking lot in Sin City is now serving as a temporary homeless shelter after a facility had to be closed when a man tested positive for coronavirus last week.

Chicago cops disperse crowd at church for violating coronavirus stay-at-home order

Chicago cops enforced a statewide coronavirus stay-at-home order at an Assyrian church Sunday, dispersing a large crowd that was there for a funeral.

Woman, 86, dies after knocked to ground at NYC hospital for violating coronavirus social distancing: report

An 86-year-old woman in a Brooklyn hospital died Saturday after being pushed to the ground by another patient for allegedly breaking social distancing amid the coronavirus outbreak, according to a report.

Texas priest who had coronavirus recovers, offers services online again

A Fort Worth, Texas Anglican priest returned to work on Sunday after becoming the county's first coronavirus patient.

Coronavirus leaves California freeways empty, police warn of uptick in drivers speeding over 100 mph

The coronavirus outbreak has left California's notoriously traffic-clogged freeways flowing smoothly, but authorities are warning that highways have turned into speedways and worse crashes are being reported. 

USNS Comfort hospital ship arrives in New York harbor amid coronavirus outbreak

The USNS Comfort has arrived Monday at the front lines of the coronavirus outbreak in the United States, bringing a message to all New Yorkers that the Navy is "with you" and "remains committed in this fight," Rear Adm. John Mustin says.

Michigan churches mourn coronavirus' deaths of bishop, pastor and elder

Three religious leaders in the area died in the past few days as Michigan becomes one of the top states with over 5,000 cases, just behind New York, New Jersey and California.

Former Utah House Speaker Bob Garff dies from coronavirus

A business leader who died from the coronavirus in Utah was a former speaker of Utah's House of Representatives

NYPD cops deliver baby in Bronx apartment amid coronavirus ambulance 'backlog'

When ambulances were backlogged due to the coronavirus outbreak Sunday, two New York City police officers helped a pregnant woman give birth inside her Bronx apartment, unwrapping the umbilical cord from the child’s neck and safely placing the baby girl into her mother’s arms.

Churches hold crowded services in defiance of government coronavirus guidance

While most churches have closed their doors in compliance with government recommendations to stop the spread of coronavirus, a few are making headlines for their defiance.

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