New York officials reported 66,500 cases of the coronavirus, most of them in New York City where 38,087 people have been infected. The number of reported deaths on Monday reached 914. Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said that the worst of the coronavirus outbreak was yet to come and “If you wait to prepare for a storm to hit, it is too late”.
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Tornadoes killed at least 24 people and destroyed more than a hundred buildings in Tennessee. One twister touched down in Nashville, causing damages to tens of buildings across 10 miles (16 km). Rescue workers provided saved many people trapped under the rubble and in wrecked basements. Several people are still missing. The governor declared an emergency and sent the National Guard to help with search-and-rescue efforts.
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New York State officials confirmed the first case of coronavirus in New York City. The woman is currently isolated in her home. There are currently 76 confirmed cases of coronavirus across the United States.
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