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More states enforcing stay-at-home orders: White House coronavirus update | USA TODAY

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More states are enacting strict stay-at-home orders this weekend as health officials nationwide seek to slow the community spread of COVID-19.
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Illinois plans to require residents to stay home as much as possible, aside from meeting their basic needs, starting Saturday evening. New York plans to ban all nonessential travel beginning Sunday evening, following California’s lead, which began Friday. Connecticut and Oregon were preparing to do the same.

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