1. Coronavirus strains U.S. health departments  Los Angeles Times
  2. Risk low in Colorado, but area officials planning response to spread of coronavirus  Colorado Springs Gazette
  3. Public Health expert Michael Baker discusses NZ's first Covid-19 case  RNZ
  4. Ottawa Public Health Has A New List Of What To Stock Up On For A Coronavirus Pandemic  Narcity
  5. Clark County Public Health watching 12 people for coronavirus  The Columbian
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The recent announcement that a novel coronavirus could be spreading within American communities brought the possibility of a pandemic that spreads across the United States closer to reality.Only a few dozen coronavirus cases have been reported so far in the U.S., but thousands of people who might have been exposed are being monitored.

Coronavirus strains U.S. health departments - Los Angeles Times

“The marvellous @piescarcega interviewed me for the @latimes about my last supper book, published in the US on Tuesday. She asked me if it had put me at ease with the notion of my own death. It hasn’t. https://t.co/bTvhTes0SR”

Jay Rayner on Twitter: "The marvellous @piescarcega interviewed me for the @latimes about my last supper book, published in the US on Tuesday. She asked me if it had put me at ease with the notion of my own death. It hasn’t. https://t.co/bTvhTes0SR"

“Coronavirus by the numbers, as gathered by ⁦@WSJ⁩ : 25% drop in container volumes in February at port of Los Angeles 92% drop in vehicle sales in China in first 16 days of month 200,000 flights to and from China canceled”

Peter Baker on Twitter: "Coronavirus by the numbers, as gathered by ⁦@WSJ⁩ : 25% drop in container volumes in February at port of Los Angeles 92% drop in vehicle sales in China in first 16 days of month 200,000 flights to and from China canceled… https://t.co/LDuCuyHWuq"

“Port of Los Angeles is projecting a 25% drop in container volumes this month, as the economic impact of the coronavirus spreads across shipping operations and foreign supply chain. Imagine if 1 in 4 goods imported from Asia suddenly stopped coming. Impact just starting.”

Eric Lipton on Twitter: "Port of Los Angeles is projecting a 25% drop in container volumes this month, as the economic impact of the coronavirus spreads across shipping operations and foreign supply chain. Imagine if 1 in 4 goods imported from Asia suddenly stopped coming. Impact just starting."

“Two coasts front pages today @latimes and @washingtonpost (I am always fascinated on what papers put ‘above the fold’ on the right hand side...lead story)”

Greta Van Susteren on Twitter: "Two coasts front pages today @latimes and @washingtonpost (I am always fascinated on what papers put ‘above the fold’ on the right hand side...lead story)… https://t.co/YsrhhqHgsL"

LOS ANGELES (CNS) - Southland officials continue to ramp up precautions against COVID-19, the novel coronavirus, as the first U.S. death from the disease was reported today in the Pacific Northwest. The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health advised travelers to talk with their doctors before travel “to make sure you have received the recommended

Southland on alert as first U.S. coronavirus death reported - KESQ