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The world health organization declared a Corona Virus to spread a pandemic to continue.
As the novel coronavirus outbreak has spread worldwide and in the United States, governments, private organizations, and other institutions arrangements have been made to stymie the spread of the disease.
At least 90 major universities are moving to all online classes, or close. Districts cancel school. The NBA has to keep his season. And New York has Rochelle a containment zone with a one-mile radius in New, a hotspot for coronavirus cases. In one of the most striking moves, to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, but the NCAA announced Wednesday that it would hold its annual March Madness basketball tournament — which produces the bulk of its annual revenue-without fans present.
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The Federal government also has measures against the coronavirus. Here are some of the ways the government has affected the US, how does it take, measures for the protection of employees from disease of the respiratory tract.
Capitol closed, guides exposed
The White house, the Pentagon and the Capitol, exposed to tours such as the number of coronavirus cases in the U.S. continues to increase.
While the White house not to mention, the Corona-Virus in his announcement that all tours of the building serves as both the presidential residence and office temporarily suspended, the house and Senate Sergeants-at-Arms gave a joint memo informed the members that it shut down all the tours,” including member and staff-led tours”, starting on Thursday evening.
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It also has closed, the building, all members of the public, except for “members, employees, and official business visitors.”
“In consultation with the office of the Attending physician and leadership, effective at 5:00 PM on March 12, 2020, the house and Senate Sergeant at Arms ordered limited access reads,” the memo. “This limited access until 8:00 PM, 1 is expected to remain in force. April 2020, and is for the protection of the health and safety of members, employees, and visitors.”
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) was ask to be the first major Federal office at the beginning of this week, your employees tele-work received after an employee of a treatment for respiratory symptoms.
Then, later in the week, several members of Congress current office, began closed-the same Julia Brownley, D-Calif, led by Rep.., and shortly thereafter, Mitt Romney, R-Utah, Sen. Tom cotton, R followed by Sen.-Ark., and Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas.
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“The Wuhan coronavirus is a huge challenge for our great nation. My first priority is always the safety of our people,” cotton said in a statement. “From the start, I heeded the advice of Benjamin Franklin: an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”
Senate majority Leader Mitch McConnell said in a statement on Thursday that he “fully support[s] the solution of this non-partisan officers,” while house Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., called on the Congress to stay in session until it goes to a second coronavirus-funding bill that both Republicans and Democrats are comfortable with.
It is an upcoming district, it’s time for the members in the next week that may be put on hold while Congress hashes out its difference on coronavirus legislation.
Members of Congress, in the self-quarantine
While no members of Congress, have tested positive for the Corona Virus, several members have self-quarantined after she learned that they were exposed to an infected person. In this heavily Republican members of the have shown was at the CPAC conference two weeks ago where a person took part, and later to have been infected.
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Among those members, the temporarily cut from the interactions with your employees, colleagues and the public, Rep. Doug Collins, R-Ga., Rep Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., Rep. Paul Gosar, R-Ariz., and Cruz.
Gaetz, who had come in contact with President Trump, before he found out he had already tested in contact with the infected person at CPAC, negative for the coronavirus.
Brownley also, self-quarantine, after they learned that they would come in contact with someone who has tested positive for the Corona Virus. Rep. Louis Gohmert, R-Texas, learned that he came in contact with an infected person but has been deleted and to Washington return.
Incoming Trump’s chief of staff, Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N. C., also self-quarantine themselves at the beginning of this week after learning he is in contact with the infected person at CPAC.
Before a wave of office closures later in the week, some senior congressional staffers have been emphasizing how to protect your members from the Corona Virus as the Congress leaders seemed reluctant to interrupt business as usual in the Capitol Building. Democrats and Republicans are currently hashing a second expenditure commitment to the fight against the coronavirus.
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An internal memo written by a congressional chief of staff obtained by Fox News on Wednesday showed at least one office-taking was expansionary measures for the protection of the private member, who is a senior.
The memo, which redacts the name of the member, emphasised in bold: “That said — it is absolutely essential that we have the limit of [redacted]’s’ (and our own) physical contact shaking as much as possible during the coming weeks — no hands, no hugs, no kisses, keep appropriate distance from others, etc. [Redacted] should also not be to touch the people for photo-ops. As employees, we are the first line of defence for [redacted]. That is why I ask each and every employee, encourage [redacted] to events, and responsible distancing — for [redacted] protection and yours.”
State and DOD travel restrictions
Both the Department of Defense and the US State Department are, restrict travel for its employees in the course of the President Trump’s announcement on Wednesday night that the United States, the journey from Europe to the United States would ban.
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In a Wednesday night press release, the DOD said that it will prohibit all travel of service members to “Level 3” countries, assigned by the CDC to prevent family members of those in the military and civilian military personnel from on-the-go, in order to “Level 2” countries. It is also DOD personnel requires, to return to the United States from “Level 2” or “Level 3” countries, in their homes for any coronavirus symptoms to monitor for 14 days.
“Level 3” countries of China, Iran, South Korea, Italy and the European continent. There is also a “Level 3” restriction on Venezuela, not because of the coronavirus, but because of the lack of medical infrastructure in the socialist state. On Wednesday evening, the CDC is a global “level-2” alert, published by the worldwide spread of the coronavirus, which was declared on Wednesday that a pandemic by the world health organization.
Reuters also reported on Wednesday evening that the State Department, the suspension of all non-essential travel for their employees, citing anonymous sources.
To know click here to find out more about the novel coronavirus is and here to learn the CDC best practices recommended to protect against the disease.
Fox News’ NaNa Sajaia, Edmund DeMarche, Lucas Tomlinson, Jason Donner, Chad Pergram, Matt Leach, and the Associated Press contributed to this report.