The deadly coronavirus has hit all 50 states in america as West Virginia reported its first case from the infection on Tuesday. NEW YORK said it really is considering a lockdown much like one in the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Bay area. There have up to now been almost 6,000 confirmed cases of Covid-19 in america and 105 deaths. Globally you can find about 200,000 cases and nearly 8,000 folks have died. Will US prepare yourself within the weeks ahead? Why US testing failed – and may it catch up now? What’s NEW YORK considering? Mayor Bill de Blasio said he’d decide within two days whether to order the city’s 8.5 million residents to “shelter set up”. This type of move could largely confine visitors to their homes, while permitting them to make necessary trips to get groceries or medicine, walk your dog or exercise so long as they avoid public interaction. Mr de Blasio said. Officials within the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Bay area have previously ordered 6.7 million residents to remain home for several but the most important outings until 7 April. A STRAIGHTFORWARD GUIDE: Which are the symptoms? PLANNING: How prepared may be the UK?