The coronavirus, officially known as COVID-19, has infected more than 86,000 people worldwide in at least 60 countries, with the global death toll estimated above 2,900.

The majority of cases are in China, with the virus originating at an animal and seafood market in the Chinese city of Wuhan. More than 7,000 cases are outside mainland China.

President Trump announced Saturday that a patient in Washington state died from coronavirus, marking the first death on U.S. soil. Trump said Sunday that the U.S. will screen air passengers from high-risk countries when they arrive in the country.

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee issued a state of emergency Saturday after health officials said 27 patients and 25 staff members at a nursing facility in the city of Kirkland have coronavirus symptoms. The Washington man who died was not a resident at the care facility.

Rhode Island health officials on Sunday confirmed the first “presumptive” coronavirus case in the state.

There are over 3,736 cases in South Korea, with the death toll in the country reaching 18. Many of the cases have been tied to a controversial religious group and are located in the southern city of Daegu. 

Iran is a major country in the Middle East region facing an outbreak. According to official statistics from the Iranian Health Ministry, 978 people have been infected by the virus. Iranian government officials said that 54 people have died from the virus, but BBC Persian has reported that the death toll could be much higher. 

Italy is another nation facing a major health crisis due to the virus, with over 1,100 cases. Many of the cases are located in northern Italy, which is the country’s economic powerhouse. The virus will also hurt tourism, with some airlines canceling flights to the northern region.

The coronavirus has paralyzed China’s economy and disrupted global supply chains. The effects of the virus have been felt on Wall Street, as stocks suffered their worst week since the 2008 financial crisis. The Trump administration has considered options such as tax cuts to stimulate the economy.