There are certain states that are getting prepared for a shelter in place type of curfew. San Diego has asked people to stay home for 24 hours for 3 weeks. Meanwhile, it seems that the coronavirus has hit every single state after a man tested positive in West Virginia, according to Business Insider. This is the new temporary norm. Cities are on lockdown to prevent the virus from spreading. Even in Philly, things are changing. The city seems to be getting some drive through testing sites. Although not fully confirmed, there are tents going up at Citizens Bank Park, but nothing was confirmed this morning about whether they are there for a testing site for COVID-19. But Pennsylvania Task Force 1 has deployed there. Also on Monday, University of Pennsylvania Health System it has opened two COVID-19 drive-thru testing sites that has one in West Philadelphia and one in Radnor, to provide testing on a limited basis, according to BizJournals. Philly police are changing how they arrest people and the offenses. NBC 10 says Philadelphia police will delay arrests for certain nonviolent offenses in response to the novel coronavirus pandemic but the commissioner insists they "are not turning a blind eye to crime." The change in protocol means anyone accused of a nonviolent offense who would normally be arrested and processed at a detective division will now be temporarily detained for the purpose of confirming their identity and the completion of required paperwork. They’ll then be arrested at a later date. Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw even tweeted to let people know they aren't ignoring crimes.