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Inside Edition 25 Mar 2020

Prince Charles is the First Royal With the Coronavirus

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Prince Charles has tested positive for the coronavirus. The heir to the British throne is just the latest in a slew of people who have been confirmed to have contracted COVID-19. Rapper Slim Thug and singer Jackson Browne are among them. Now they are among the public figures using their platform to urge others to take precautions in the fight against the illness, like staying inside. InsideEdition.com's Stephanie Officer explains how each of them found out they had the virus.


With six weeks left in the 2019-20 NBA regular season, Rachel Nichols runs down the tasty storylines, including a possible Miami Heat vs. Philadelphia 76ers "Jimmy Butler Bowl" in the opening round, a rematch between the Oklahoma City Thunder and Paul George's LA Clippers, and a battle between the Memphis Grizzlies, New Orleans Pelicans, Sacramento Kings, San Antonio Spurs and Portland Trail Blazers for the final playoff spot and the chance to face the Los Angeles Lakers. Nichols is then (3:38) joined by Ramona Shelburne and Clinton Yates to discuss whom LeBron James and Anthony Davis should want to face in the first round of the 2020 NBA playoffs, with Ja Morant's Grizzlies and Zion Williamson's Pelicans seemingly in the best position.
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Last night, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf confirmed the first death in the state resulting from Covid-19.

"Today's is just the first death of what will become many, and our only hope is to keep our hospitals from being overwhelmed so our medical professionals can do the most they can," the governor said.
Reports say there are no new domestically transmitted cases in the country for the first time since the virus emerged in late December. Stephen McDonell, BBC correspondent, reports on how the news has been greeted with cautious optimism, and that there are plans to let people in Wuhan leave their homes.
During a press conference, NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo announces that the coronavirus death toll in New York has dropped "for the first time," but the significance is still unknown.

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