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March 31, 2020

Past News

Canadian PM’s wife has recovered from coronavirus illness (Monday 30 March, 2020)

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s wife says she has recovered from being ill from COVID-19 disease caused by the new coronavirus

NRA files lawsuit against California over ‘targeting’ of gun stores amid coronavirus lockdown (Monday 30 March, 2020)

The National Rifle Association (NRA) on Friday filed a federal lawsuit against California Gov. Gavin Newsom and Los Angeles County Sheriff Alexander Villanueva after the state’s order to close nonessential businesses has affected firearms retailers.

Trump issues major disaster declaration for DC over coronavirus (Monday 30 March, 2020)

President Trump on Sunday issued a major disaster declaration for Washington, D.C., as the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread in the city and the country.

North Korea launches two projectiles into Sea of Japan (Monday 30 March, 2020)

North Korea launched two projectiles into the Sea of Japan on Sunday, military officials said.

State Department says it’s retrieved over 18,000 US citizens stranded abroad amid coronavirus pandemic (Monday 30 March, 2020)

As of Saturday afternoon, the agency reported it had retrieved 18,406 US citizens aboard more than 178 flights. The announcement, which the agency detailed on its website, comes after State Department officials said Friday that about 33,000 Americans were still seeking assistance from the US government to get home.

50 TSA screening officers and 19 more employees test positive for coronavirus (Monday 30 March, 2020)

Fifty TSA screening officers and 19 additional TSA employees across the United States have tested positive for coronavirus in the last two weeks, the agency announced.

Britons warned some coronavirus lockdown measures could last months (Monday 30 March, 2020)

Some lockdown measures to combat coronavirus in Britain could last months and only be gradually lifted, a senior medical official said on Sunday as Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned the situation will get worse before it gets better.

Tokyo Olympics: Signs suggest summer dates for 2021 Olympics (Monday 30 March, 2020)

Tokyo Olympic organizers are leaning away from starting the rescheduled games in the spring of 2021

Updated General Handbook chapters released for Aaronic Priesthood quorums, Young Women and Primary (Monday 30 March, 2020)

Continuing to update the new General Handbook, the Church recently published revisions to chapters concerning Aaronic Priesthood quorums, Young Women and Primary.

White House-led airlift of urgently needed medical supplies arrives in New York (Monday 30 March, 2020)

A planeload of desperately needed medical supplies arrived in New York from China on Sunday, the first in a series of flights over the next 30 days organized by the White House to help fight the coronavirus, a White House official said.


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