Tom Winter2h ago / 1:45 AM UTCMore than 100 New York Police Department employees have tested positive for COVID-19, a senior law enforcement official told NBC News.One hundred of those infected are sworn officers, the official said. Twenty-nine are civilians. They are among more 2,400 employees who are out sick.The department employs 36,000 officers and 19,000 civilians.The NYPD distributed 75,000 face masks to its officers over the weekend, but the official said the number of infected employees is expected to rise “given the nature of the virus.”The official added that the employees’ absences have so far had little impact on public safety.COVID-19 timeline: From patient zero to NYC as epicenterTim Stelloh2h ago / 1:24 AM UTCWest Virginia issues stay-at-home orderWest Virginia Gov. Jim Justice on Monday issued a statewide stay-at-home order aimed at preventing the spread of COVID-19, telling residents the disease is “really serious stuff.”The order, which goes into effect Tuesday morning, urges West Virginians to stay at home for anything beyond essential travel. It also closes casinos, restaurants, parks and other places or limits the number of people who can visit them.The state has seen the fewest number of positive cases in the country, but Justice said that

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