Tim Stelloh7h ago / 1:24 AM UTCWest 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 a recent diagnosis was confirmed at a nursing home — a signal that “community spread” had begun.West Virginia joined New Mexico, Washington state and Louisiana, which issued similar orders Monday. California, Connecticut, Illinois, New Jersey and New York already had stay-at-home policies in effect.Some companies boost hiring to keep supply chain runningDoha Madani7h ago / 1:30 AM UTCWashington residents ordered to ‘Stay Home, Stay Healthy’Washington has joined other states in issuing a “stay home” order that urges residents to shelter in place. Gov. Jay Inslee announced the order Monday, telling residents they must stay home unless they are “pursuing an essential activity.” The governor also asked that people resist the urge to hoard goods during


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