Latest developments in coronavirus pandemic for March 14, 2020

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11:19 PM:  Hoboken is ordering all bars to close and restaurants are no longer allowed to serve food except for takeout and delivery.

10:43 PM: Walmart is making temporary changes to store hours to give employees time to restock shelves and perform deep cleaning.

10:07 PM: Gov. Phil Murphy on Saturday night announced New Jersey's second death from the coronavirus, a female in her 50s who was being treated at CentraState Medical Center in Monmouth County.

8:19 PM:  More than half of the 300 people in intensive care units in France with the new virus are under 60.

The head of the national health agency, Jerome Salomon, announced the statistic Saturday night as France saw another jump in new virus cases.

7:28 PM: President Trump’s physician has said that he tested negative for the COVID-19 coronavirus. 

5:25 PM: Health officials in Rockland County have confirmed that a 65-year-old patient has become the second person in New York to die due to the COVID-19 coronavirus. 

5:10 PM: France is shutting down all restaurants, cafes, cinemas and non-essential retail shops, starting Sunday, to combat the accelerated spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus in the country.

3:03 PM: A student at Intermediate School 27 on Staten Island has tested positive for COVID-19. Health officials say the student was not in school while symptomatic. The building will be deep cleaned this weekend and is expected to open on Monday.

2:45 PM: The Archdiocese of New York has announced that it is canceling all masses this weekend due to the coronavirus outbreak. 

2:15 PM: Governor Phil Murphy has announced that New Jersey has received 19 new presumptive positive coronavirus test results, bringing the statewide total to 69. 

1:35 PM: Three cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus have been confirmed in Puerto Rico

1:30 PM: Mayor Bill de Blasio said that there are now 183 confirmed COVID-19 cases in New York City, including a FDNY firefighter from Brooklyn. 

1:00 PM: In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, New Jersey is granting a two-month extension for driver’s licenses, registrations and inspection stickers that would expire in March, April and May. 

12:41 PM:  The White House announced that the U.S. will broaden its European travel ban, adding the United Kingdom and Ireland to its list. Live coverage:

12:30 PM: President Trump revealed Saturday he has taken the coronavirus test and is awaiting the results.

11:17 AM: New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced that an 82-year-old woman has become New York City’s first confirmed death due to the COVID-19 coronavirus.

10:13 AM: Spain’s government is set to announce Saturday that it is placing tight restrictions on movement and closing restaurants and other establishments in the nation of 46 million people as part of a two-week state of emergency to fight the sharp rise in coronavirus infections.

9:08 AM: Tech giant Apple is closing its stores outside of China for two weeks and will only sell online as part of efforts to fight the global viral pandemic.

8:22 AM:  The House approved legislation early Saturday to provide direct relief to Americans suffering physically, financially and emotionally from the coronavirus pandemic.

8:20 AM:  India on Saturday declared COVID-19 as a "notified disaster" which would enable the country to provide assistance and spend more funds to fight the pandemic. The move came after the number of coronavirus cases in the country rose to 84, with two deaths. Ten people have recovered fully.