Seven passengers have tested positive for Covid-19 aboard the Artania, which had been due to travel onward to South Africa but is now anchored near the port of Fremantle.
More than 430,000 people worldwide have been infected with coronavirus and more than 19,500 have died, according to Johns Hopkins University. Here's the latest:
More than 18,500 people have died from Covid-19 globally, according to the Johns Hopkins pandemic tracker.
Mirroring the emptying of supermarket shelves around the world, indebted corporates have rushed into money markets to hoard dollars, with a global shortage of greenback funding threatening to cripple firms from airlines to retailers.
Iranians have been suffering under sanctions and have been pummeled by the pandemic, but they aren't panicking.
London and Frankfurt markets opened more than 4 percent higher and Shanghai, Hong Kong and other Asian markets advanced. Seoul surged 7.4 percent.
Coronavirus has infected more than 230,000 people worldwide and killed around 10,000 as countries race to slow deadly virus from spreading. Here's what's happening on March 19:
Will society be forced to alter its current course?
Men's Twenty20 World Cup is due to get underway in October at seven venues across Australia with the West Indies defending their title.
The novel coronavirus has spread to more than 170 countries, infected more than 205,000 people worldwide. More than 81,000 people have recovered so far, mostly in China.
John Coates, who will have to go into government-mandated self-isolation when he returns to Australia this week from Olympic business in Europe, told the Sydney Morning Herald newspaper: “It’s all proceeding to start on the 24th of July.”
Nine Network entertainment editor Richard Wilkins says he was tested because he met Wilson at the Sydney Opera House on March 7 and again at Nine’s Sydney studio on March 9. The result came back positive on Sunday.
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