Factbox: Coronavirus hits U.S. Congress, with first cases, quarantines
Friday, 20 March 2020 () The first two members of the U.S. Congress have tested positive for the novel coronavirus, and at least 22 others have said they are self-quarantining, many because of exposure to the two congressmen, even as lawmakers scramble to pass more legislation to help cope with the pandemic.
In New Jersey, there are 890 confirmed cases of coronavirus and 11 people have died. In the meantime, thousands went Friday to get tested as the state opened its first drive-thru testing facility; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
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