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Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert Wilkie told NPR the department was prepared to help back up the nation's health care system, if needed.

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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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Right now just over 2,000 members of the National Guard are assisting governors in 27 states, but the head of the National Guard Bureau said that number could double by this weekend.

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In Europe, with cases on the rise, researchers are learning more about the spread of the disease. For one, people experiencing mild symptoms appear to be able to spread the virus easily.

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The State Department is also warning Americans to "arrange for immediate return to the United States" or prepare for an indefinite period overseas.

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The ship, which has reported no cases of coronavirus, has been repeatedly denied port. Now, Hawaii also won't accept the Norwegian Jewel or another ship, the Maasdam, and passengers are worried.

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Ford and General Motors say they are evaluating whether they could retool their factories to produce much-needed medical equipment as the coronavirus pandemic spreads.

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