Jim Cramer has a day for investors to keep in mind for the full market impact of the coronavirus.
But first, let's recap what's happened so far.
The World Health Organization will take the stage later Thursday for a press conference on whether or not the coronavirus is a global health emergency.
But, earlier this morning, Beijing canceled all large-scale Chinese New Year celebrations and Enforced travel restrictions.
Here's what's happened so far.
China has locked down the city Of Wuhan, which is the sixth-largest city in China, which means that public transportation has been shut down and there's a travel ban.
As of this morning, 17 people have died from the outbreak, and there are over 500 confirmed cases in China. There's also one confirmed case in the U.S. and, as of this morning, Singapore had also reported its first case of coronavirus.
Now, Cramer says that the full impact of the coronavirus won't hit the market until Monday the 27th.
Watch the video above for more.
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