World Health Organization
Many people in Nigeria, Sierra Leone and other countries don't have the means to wash their hands as frequently as public health experts advise.
China isn't counting tens of thousands of people who have tested positive but are asymptomatic.
The World Health Organization (WHO) confirmed another 4,777 U.S. cases on Saturday, up from 10,442 total cases the day before.
President Trump and some Republicans are coming up with stigmatizing nicknames for the coronavirus.
Chinese officials reported almost 15,000 new infections on a single day, bringing the total number to over 60,000 worldwide.
Almost 10,000 people are now infected in China, and some citizens are accusing the government of covering up the threat of the virus.
Plenty of people believed the stunt thanks to surging coronavirus fears—which the video's creator later said was his Big Point About Society, though most viewers probably missed that part.
Experts warn that infection levels will continue to rise rapidly for weeks, if not months.
They've canceled planes and trains out of Wuhan, a city of 11 million people.
"Basically, do not go to Wuhan. And those in Wuhan please do not leave the city."
The virus, which can spread between humans, has killed at least four people.