(CNN)Hours after the coronavirus was declared a global pandemic, Americans were flooded with announcements from what seemed like every corner of the country.The President announced a sweeping ban on travel into the US. The NCAA barred fans from its annual tournament.The NBA suspended its season, altogether. And one of the country’s biggest movie stars shared that he has tested positive for the virus that has infected more than 100,000 people worldwide. If it was possible to ignore the coronavirus before, that’s not the case anymore. Tracking coronavirus’ global spread With US cases surpassing 1,270, President Donald Trump said Wednesday he was suspending all travel from Europe into the US for a month, a ban that will only apply to foreign nationals and not to American citizens who have been screened before entering the US, his administration later clarified. “We are marshaling the full power of the federal government and the private sector to protect the American people,” the President said. “This is the most aggressive and comprehensive effort to confront a foreign virus in modern history.”The announcement came after the World Health Organization declared the virus a pandemic, saying the number of affected countries tripled in two weeks, with more


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