People Are Sharing How They Broke The News That They're Not Coming Home For The Holidays (And The Reactions They Received)
From agreement and understanding to anger and radio silence.
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The teen, whose horrifying treatment by Michigan police prompted changes within the department, died of COVID-19 weeks after her 14th birthday, her family said.
As hospitals face the logistical nightmare of giving people the few doses of new antibody drugs available, scientists say they're concerned we still don’t have enough data to show they work.
After Two COVID-19 Shutdowns At The “Tamron Hall” Show, Crew Members Say The Show Is “Seriously Putting Lives In Danger”
“I don’t want to be lying in a bed or on a ventilator to make sure the show gets on the air,” one crew member told BuzzFeed News.
Maas and his wife, Dania Kaseeva, performed at basketball halftime shows across the US and appeared on America’s Got Talent and The Oprah Winfrey Show.
Nearly 1 in 10 senators and 1 in 20 House members have been diagnosed with COVID-19, but even wearing masks on the Senate floor is still a source of contention.
“I would like to go to sleep and wake up when Christmas is over,” she said. “It’s going to be very hard.”
The Lines To Get A COVID Test In NYC Are Wildly Long, So Apparently Someone Hired A TaskRabbit To Wait For Them
2020: The year that was mostly spent waiting in lines.
The US has the highest COVID death toll in the world. Hospitals and morgues are packed across the nation. But three promising vaccine trials offer a glimmer of long-term hope.
The vaccine, which Oxford University developed alongside the company AstraZeneca, was reportedly highly effective in preventing hospitalizations or severe cases of the coronavirus.
The Texas senator was criticized for tweeting a "war on Thanksgiving" meme while El Paso morgues were overwhelmed with bodies and thousands lined up outside a food bank in Dallas amid surging COVID cases in the state.
Our pores said, "No ❤️."
On Friday, as people began crowding in airports to travel for the holiday, the US set a daily incidence record with 195,542 new coronavirus cases.
"It’s about having high-quality face-to-face conversations, and we tend to be able to do that by knocking on people’s doors," said the executive director of New Georgia Project.
Here Are 13 Tweets From Americans Mourning COVID-19 Deaths Next To Trump's Tweets Lying About The Election
As President Donald Trump falsely claimed that "dead people" voted against him in the election, many American families used Twitter to mourn real deaths from COVID-19.
"Don tested positive at the start of the week and has been quarantining out at his cabin since the result," his spokesperson said in a statement.
For Tammy Tate, a nurse at a Missouri hospital, this wave is like watching a train about to crash, knowing that it could be stopped in time — if people would listen.
Nichole Thompson captured a gut-wrenching moment between her dad and aunt. " I honestly can’t even watch it again myself because it makes me so emotional," she said of her viral TikTok.
If authorized, healthcare workers and vulnerable groups might start getting the two-shot vaccine before the end of the year.
Read this before you make any plans.
The president-elect spoke about coronavirus relief with governors from across the country, including Republicans. The next steps are still hazy.
With coronavirus cases surging nationwide, experts fear another 150,000 Americans will die from COVID-19 within the next three months.
This Comedian Rediscovered Her Old List Of Goals For 2020 And Couldn't Stop Laughing Because, Well, You Know
Robyn Schall told BuzzFeed News how "comically heartbreaking" it was to rediscover the goals she set in December 2019.
Your chances of catching the coronavirus on a plane are probably low, studies indicate. But the airline industry, which has funded a chunk of that research, hasn’t always stuck to the science.
The CDC says people will put their families at risk of contracting COVID-19 by traveling to meet them.
Managers At A Tyson Pork Plant Placed Bets On How Many Workers Would Get COVID-19, A Lawsuit Alleges
"At least one worker at the facility vomited on the production line and management allowed him to continue working and return to work the next day," the lawsuit alleges.
"The first thing I see is... everyone's face. And that's when I realized, wow, nobody's wearing a mask," the bride said.
Despite the rising death toll, simple measures that are effective in reducing the spread of the coronavirus, like wearing a mask, remain politically divisive.
With more than 1.1 million students, New York City has the largest school district in the country.