Students studying abroad are called home because of the spread of the coronavirus, “especially” from the U.S.
Many religious institutions around the United States supported their congregants by taking to the internet to stream their services this weekend.
The decision, made amid coronavirus concerns, came just before people were expected to pack the bars for the national day.
The virus has infected more than 150,000 people worldwide and killed over 5,600.
Prime Minister Edouard Philippe announced all non-essential businesses will be shut down Saturday at midnight in an effort to battle the spread of COVID-19.
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez announced movement will be limited and non-essential businesses closed in the wake of COVID-19.
The declaration will help state and local governments respond to the COVID-19 outbreak. Central to the aid package is free testing for the virus, guaranteed sick pay for workers, and financial support for unemployment benefits and food programs.
President Donald Trump says the decision will allow access to around $50bn of funding to combat the coronavirus.
The model and blogger implored the reality TV star to not “underestimate the problem and spread the wrong message” on Instagram.
Tens of millions of Americans may not seek medical help because they are uninsured or undocumented.
A social media post about his entrepreneurial bid during the coronavirus outbreak went viral.
One consequence of coronavirus: It will become more apparent that good online education is easier said than done.