coronavirus

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Mon. Mar. 16 at Noon - NewsTalk 105.1 and AM 870 | A national one-hour radio special made up of the best practical and explanatory reporting to date, hosted by Lulu Garcia-Navarro.

The new strain of coronavirus that has raced around the world, sickening and killing thousands of people, is now disrupting daily life across the United States. The White House has declared a national emergency, and nearly everyone has questions: How does the virus work? How should my school or business respond? What can I do to protect my household?

This special NPR report provides some answers.

Tom Izzo and Cassius Winston
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Coronavirus; Tom Izzo; Cassius Winston; NHL; MLB; NBA; NASCAR; 2020 Summer Olympics; NCAA Tournament; ACC; Big 10; Big 12; Pac 12; Joey Hauser; Joshua Langford


Rudy Gobert
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Cancellations and postponements stun us all. How the sports world must adjust to the coronavirus. 


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From Ingham County Health Officer Linda Vail: test results are in for the MSU student who was being tested for Coronavirus after exposure to a Wayne County case, and the test was negative.

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With the outbreak and pandemic of the Coronavirus/COVID-19, many cultural organizations have been cancelling their performances out of concern for public health and safety. However, many arts organizations are using this opportunity to live stream their performances from otherwise empty venues. We will attempt to keep and update this list active for the next few weeks as a way to connect and enjoy performances while we continue to face this emergency situation.

MSU classroom TV studio classroom photo
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After Michigan State University decided to suspend face-to-face instruction until April 20 to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus, professors are trying to adapt to teaching online.


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NCAA President Mark Emmert says NCAA Division I basketball tournament games will not be open to the general public because of concerns about the spread of coronavirus.

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Coronavirus; Tom Izzo; CDC; NCAA; NBA; NHL; MLS; Alec Reo; Connor Matthes


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