MODESTO (CBS13) – The family member of two teens who attend school in Modesto tested positive for the coronavirus, but since the students have not tested positive for COVID-19, schools will remain open, school officials say. On Thursday, the school district learned that two Downey High School students in the same home were exposed to coronavirus by a family member who tested positive for the disease on Wednesday, the school district said in a statement. Based on recommendations from the Stanislaus County Public Health Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), all Modesto City Schools sites, including Downey High, will remain open, the district says. Modesto City Schools says it will sanitize, deep clean, and disinfect all school campuses and support sites on a daily basis. The Elk Grove Unified School District was the first school district in the Sacramento area to cancel all classes for a week over coronavirus concerns.
President Donald Trump is expected to declare a national emergency over the coronavirus pandemic, administration sources tell ABC News.
A soldier from Hanford was killed in a defense strike, along with another U.S. service member, in Iraq on Wednesday, the Department of Defense said.
What a difference 10 extra seconds can make when you wash your hands.
Fresno City College, other SCCCD campuses temporarily suspend in-person classes amid COVID-19 concerns
This includes Fresno City College, Clovis Community College and Reedley College, which includes their satellite campuses in Madera and Oakhurst.
A Philadelphia police SWAT corporal was killed in a shooting on Friday morning in the Frankford section of the city.
Charles Barkley, NBA Hall of Famer and TNT basketball analyst was “in limbo” Thursday as he awaited the results of a coronavirus test. Charles Barkley reveals he fell ill and has been self-quarantined, has taken a coronavirus test but has not yet gotten the results pic.twitter.com/yyZnZ7z0eH — gifdsports (@gifdsports) March 13, 2020 “I spent the earlier part of the week in New York City,” Barkley told TNT’s Ernie Johnson on Thursday. “When I got to Atlanta yesterday I wasn’t feeling well. I talked to a couple people at Turner, a couple of doctors, and they told me to self-quarantine for the next 48 hours. So I started yesterday, This is my second day. I haven’t been feeling great. They didn’t want me to take any chances. So they told me to quarantine myself for 48 hours. I went and took the Coronavirus test late this afternoon. I have not gotten any results back. “I’m just kind of in limbo right now. I’m hoping, I’m really hoping it was just a bug, but like I said, I was in New York earlier this week and that…
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A growing list of sports leagues have announced changes to their seasons as the coronavirus outbreak continues to spread around the world.
As the coronavirus threat worsens, churches are trying to keep their parishioners safe.
The little girl is lucky to be alive.
KCRA 3 Weather meteorologist Dirk Verdoorn looks at a significant drop in temperatures in temperatures as well as the rain and snow chances this weekend and beyond.
For many Americans, the past 48 hours have felt like uncharted territory. The bottom line? Stay home. If you have to go out, keep your distance.
These states have been hit the hardest by coronavirus. Here’s what they’re doing to fight the spread
While the U.S. struggles to play “catch up” in the fight against coronavirus, states with the most cases and deaths are making their own rules to try to stop the disease.
New York City’s historic theaters have canceled shows.
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