Why do states and cities around the country remain on edge?


The outbreak is spreading across states and countries across the country.

The spread is particularly fierce in New York, which has the largest number of reported cases in the country, with more than 9,000 cases.

It is also one of the most populous states in the nation.

States like Pennsylvania and New Jersey have also seen a steady increase in cases, with at least 8,000 confirmed cases across the state and 1,500 people confirmed to have died.

The surge in the number of cases and deaths has led to a major shift in how states and states across the nation handle the coronaviruses outbreak.

While states and municipalities have been allowed to open public health clinics and public transit stations, the federal government has blocked most states from opening emergency rooms.

“There is a real sense of urgency,” said Dr. Paul Hager, who heads the National Center for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s coronaviral response and is also a physician at Johns Hopkins University.

“There’s a real concern about the pandemic that we’re seeing.”

States are starting to tighten the reins on how they respond to the virus, and they’re taking steps to prevent new cases from happening.

Some states have begun to close hospitals and schools, while others have moved to allow certain types of workers to stay home from work.

The federal government also has moved to curb travel to and from certain states.

As the outbreak spreads, states are taking measures to keep their communities safe.

The governors of California and Florida have both announced they will close schools on Monday and Wednesday in response to the outbreak.

New York is also closing its airports.

The state of Maryland has also closed its schools and hospitals, while other states, including Arizona, Texas, Georgia, New Jersey, California and Virginia have taken similar actions.

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