CLOSE With help from the CDC, we answer some of Google’s most searched questions about the coronavirus crisis. USA TODAYThe coronavirus pandemic triggered a wave of historic measures including a halt on European travel that fueled an outcry from Europe on Thursday and another steep drop for U.S. stocks.The New York Stock Exchange resumed trading after a 15-minute halt shortly after opening when the market declined another 7%.Also Thursday, President Donald Trump’s announcement of a 30-day ban on “all travel” to the U.S. from continental Europe – the U.K. is exempted – drew a sharp rebuttal from the European Union, which lashed out at the “unilateral” decision.In a joint statement, EU Council President Charles Michel and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen insisted that the coronavirus pandemic is a “global crisis, not limited to any continent and it requires cooperation.”“The European Union disapproves of the fact that the U.S. decision to impose a travel ban was taken unilaterally and without consultation,” they said.The duo noted Italy’s nationwide travel lockdown and other measures taken by all the bloc’s 27 members, dismissing Trump’s suggestion that the EU has not done enough in fighting the disease.Get daily coronavirus updates in your inbox:Sign up for the Daily Briefing Thomas Bossert, a


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