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Prince Albert II, pictured in February, will continue to work from his private offices and remain in contact with members of the government, despite his diagnosis.

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Palace officials said despite the diagnosis, the ruler's health is "not worrying at all." As of Thursday, only nine others in the tiny Mediterranean country had confirmed cases of the disease.

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Instead of convening at Camp David, the group of world leaders will meet via video teleconference.

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WHRO wants to answer your questions and hear your experiences during the COVID-19 outbreak.

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The move draws criticism over privacy, as concerns rise about Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's attempts to stay in power.

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The giant statue of Jesus Christ, which stands nearly 100 feet tall and overlooks the city of Rio de Janeiro, also showed images of the words "pray together" in many languages.

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In an interview with NPR, Secretary for Veterans Affairs Robert Wilkie said the department was ready to deploy if called on to help with the coronavirus pandemic response.

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Target, Safeway and others are restricting their opening hours, limiting purchases per each shopper and setting off time for seniors and other high-risk individuals to shop.

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Take a look at what's included in the coronavirus emergency aid package that President Trump signed into law on Wednesday. It is the second such package so far.

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