More American states have gone under lockdown, with Louisiana, New Mexico, Washington and West Virginia issuing stay-at-home orders. “Right now, every time you leave your house, you are putting yourself, your family and your community at risk,” New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham said.Late on Monday, the United Kingdom went into lockdown as British Prime Minister Boris Johnson tried to stem the spread of coronavirus, which has infected more than 5,000 people and killed hundreds in his country.And after growing international pressure, Japan and the International Olympic Committee have agreed to postpone the 2020 Tokyo games until next year, but said they would happen no later than summer 2021.Full coverage of the coronavirus outbreakHere’s what to know about the coronavirus, plus a timeline of the most critical moments.MAPS: Where cases have been confirmed in the U.S. and worldwide.Download the NBC News app for latest updates on the coronavirus outbreak.David K. Li8m ago / 1:13 AM UTCLos Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva said Tuesday that, during the coronavirus pandemic, too many businesses are still not keeping customers and employees at a safe distance from each other — such as at strip clubs.”From the law enforcement operation, we’ve received complaints from particular


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