Global death toll tops 3,000 as South Korea cases soar… Entire UK cities could be placed on lockdown March 2, 2020 by IWB Facebook Twitter Email RSS Feed Subscribe To Our Newsletter Tip UsCORONAVIRUS UPDATE: Police clash with French islanders fearing coronavirus among tourists… Entire UK cities could be placed on lockdown… Global death toll tops 3,000 as South Korea cases soar… Alarming videos show Iranians LICKING holy shrines in religious tradition… Ayatollah’s top aide dies… NIGHTMARE: How one businesswoman’s flight to China ended in quarantine… Passanger recounts ordeal on Diamond Princess… Macau casinos plunge 88%… Negative U.S. Yields in Sight… Bond Movie Release Delayed? Global COVID-19 toll above 3,000 with fresh cases in China mainland. Second Man Dies in Washington as Global Toll Crosses 3,000. Coronavirus in Florida: 2 people test ‘presumptively positive’ for COVID-19; public health emergency declared. Indonesia confirms first COVID-19 cases; clusters skyrocket in South Korea, Italy. Swedish health agency head raises COVID-19 risk level to ‘moderate’ from ‘low.’ Ex-FDA Chief Expects U.S. Coronavirus Cases to Jump Rapidly. State official: Manhattan woman is first confirmed case of COVID-19 coronavirus in New York State. Coronavirus Outbreak: Two Amazon Employees In Italy Infected With COVID-19. Coronavirus in the UK: Public Health England chief says we haven’t reached a tipping point with Covid-19 outbreak yet. 2 Rhode Island virus cases stem from same Europe school trip. Officials verify 3 new coronavirus cases in Santa Clara County, for 7 total. Travel and Trade Suffer as COVID-19 Reaches Arab World: Authorities cancel flights, close borders as governments race to prepare for possible outbreaks. The difference between COVID-19 and flu symptoms. Coronavirus: What are the worst symptoms and how deadly is covid-19? There’s more to be done in the precious time left to prepare for COVID-19. USFDA’s COVID-19 Supply Chain Update: Is There a Shortage? How Coronavirus Could Impact the Global Supply Chain by Mid-March. Supply chains are getting tight due to the coronavirus, Bank of England governor says. Pharmaceutical Supply Shortages.