Trump: No social gatherings of more than 10 people

President Trump on Monday urged Americans to suspend social gatherings of more than 10 people to help combat the new coronavirus' spread in the United States, with a special plea to millennials, who Trump said are key to curbing the spread of the virus.

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More patients and visitors are stealing hand sanitizer. (Surgical masks, too.)

As concerns about the new coronavirus grow, doctors' offices and hospitals around the country are reporting more cases of patients and visitors stealing hand sanitizer, surgical masks, and other supplies, Christina Farr reports for CNBC.

Our take: Is drive-thru testing the answer to coronavirus screening?

Cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, are rapidly increasing in the United States, and to help detect cases, several states are launching drive-thru testing. Advisory Board's Brandi Greenberg explains why other parts of our nation's approach to COVID-19 testing must work in tandem for drive-thru testing to be effective.

The 2019-2020 flu season, charted

Between 36 million and 51 million people have been stricken with the flu as of March 7, according to the latest CDC data.

Around the nation: Tennessee man donates his stockpile of 17,700 bottles of hand sanitizer

Before he donated his supply, Matt Colvin had sold 300 bottles of hand sanitizer on Amazon at a marked-up price, which resulted in Amazon pulling his listing and warning sellers they would be suspended if they gouged prices, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Oregon and Tennessee.

'A new period of social pain': How to help patients, and yourself, survive social distancing

Americans throughout the country are practicing social distancing, to stem the spread of the new coronavirus, placing them at a greater risk of social isolation, Ezra Klein reports for Vox. Advisory Board’s Alice Bell outlines three ways you can limit the effects of social distancing, quarantines, and isolation.

Map: The best (and worst) states for doctors, according to WalletHub

WalletHub on Monday released its 2020 ranking of the "Best & Worst States for Doctors." See where your state ranked this year with our interactive map.

COVID-19 roundup: University of Pennsylvania creates a model to predict disease's spread

Pfizer announces it will share its expertise and manufacturing capabilities with other players, Walgreens and CVS waive prescription drug home delivery fees, and more.