A family clinic in San Francisco, California, is being closed down due to high levels of COVID-19.
The clinic closed in January for two weeks due to the virus.
On Thursday, a spokesperson for the state Department of Public Health said that the facility would be closed indefinitely.
The department has since issued a public health advisory that states that patients with respiratory illness, those with COVID and those with cardiovascular illness are urged to seek medical treatment in the nearest medical facility.
In other words, you should be able to find a place to get some treatment anywhere.
Here are a few other closures.
San Francisco Public Library and the California Institute of Technology in San Jose closed for two days in early January.
The Berkeley Art Museum and the Berkeley Art Institute in Oakland, California closed for a day in January.
New York City’s Museum of Modern Art and the Museum of Asian Art closed in late January.
The Seattle Public Library announced that the Seattle Public Museum would close on March 1, 2018.
The city will be opening a new building for the museum to house a variety of exhibits and programming, and it will have a new, larger collection of artworks and books to display.
Seattle has already announced plans to build a new library building on the former space.
Philadelphia has closed for four days due to coronavirus.
In Chicago, the city is closing the first of its two large libraries to be closed in the city due to an ongoing coronaviruses outbreak.
The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene has closed a branch of the Chicago Public Library for two nights to allow the virus to subside.
In the Los Angeles Public Library, staff are advising patrons to stay home.
L.A. County Health and Human Services announced on Thursday that the county’s primary health care facility for the elderly is closing its doors, as well.
A number of other branches in New York and Connecticut have closed their doors.
Officials with the Boston Public Library have announced that they will close their doors in the coming weeks.
Other states are considering closing their libraries.
Florida is closing a branch in Jacksonville, Florida, and the Chicago branch in suburban Chicago is closed.
Indiana has closed several branches in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Tennessee is closing two libraries in Knoxville, Tennessee, including one in Memphis.
Georgia has closed the branch in Athens, Georgia.
Texas has closed its library in Austin, Texas.
California has closed libraries in San Diego and Riverside, California.
Kansas City, Missouri, closed its branch in Grand Junction, Kansas, after the city reported 1,300 cases of coronaviral illness.
Kentucky has closed one library in Louisville, Kentucky.
Michigan has closed two libraries.