“I think we should be very concerned,” one epidemiologist in Texas said.
US hospitals are now treating around 1,500 patients a day with antibodies found in the blood of COVID-19 survivors.
An alarming photo of a hallway crowded by mostly maskless students in a Georgia high school raises issues with reopening schools all around the country.
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Running fewer tests would allow labs to maximize their supplies and time, both in desperately short supply.
"Dave did everything he was supposed to do, but you did not. Shame on all of you, and may Karma find you all!"
BethAnn McLaughlin, who has previously come under fire for harassing people in her group MeTooSTEM, faked an online persona: a woman of color who she said died of COVID-19.
“I can’t see how this is done, frankly, before the middle of next year,” said one expert, of a coronavirus vaccine.
As summer heats up and coronavirus cases continue to surge, pregnant women of color in particular face the greatest health risks.
Almost half of the staffers and campers who tested were infected with COVID-19. The CDC said singing and cheering "might have contributed to transmission."
Seen as the “gold standard” in many areas of medical research, fetal cells are widely used in coronavirus vaccine research.
The storm affected the Caribbean and much of the US East Coast.
Teachers who organized massive protests and strikes in 2018 are planning new activism to protest how their states and school districts are handling the coronavirus.
Private laboratories and health agencies are swamped, leading to communication and technical breakdowns, as well as extensive delays for results.
There’s reason to be hopeful: "The coronavirus is starting to look a lot like other viruses that have led to good vaccines," said one expert.
John Ioannidis’s controversial studies claim that the coronavirus isn’t that big a threat. Before the Stanford scientist did any of them, he wanted to take that message to the White House.
In suburban western Wisconsin, voters were unusually nuanced about how realistic Trump’s push to reopen schools during the coronavirus pandemic really is.
Natalia Southern's dad did not have the coronavirus. Neither, as best as she knows, does she. But she had raced to see him from one of Australia's surging hot spots.
We asked coronavirus experts about their summer plans — and if it's safe to fly, rent an Airbnb, swim in a pool, or dine outside. Their responses varied greatly.
After the coronavirus pandemic brought global tourism to a virtual standstill, many destinations are slowly welcoming back visitors — cautiously.
First GEDmatch, the DNA database that helped identify the Golden State Killer, was hacked. Then email addresses from its users were used in a phishing attack on another leading genealogy site.
"The safety signals from these two important trials are reassuring," said two experts.
"You cannot have a competent public health response without a clear communication strategy," one top medical expert said of the White House’s moves against Fauci. "This isn't it."
Two doses of the vaccine triggered the production of antibodies in all 45 patients tested, though the results are still preliminary.
“Everything we have to do to fight the coronavirus pandemic — social distancing, closing businesses, limiting gatherings — makes the overdose crisis worse,” said one expert.
“We just reopened too fast and these are the consequences of it,” an emergency room doctor in Houston said.
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“We don't know if things are going to necessarily get better. Or get worse.”
A pair of KFC customers in Melbourne ordered food for 20 people. Authorities immediately suspected they were flouting lockdown rules.
The WHO issued new scientific findings on Thursday recommending people avoid large crowds and ensure good ventilation in buildings.
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Tulsa's Top Health Official Said Trump's Rally Likely Contributed To The Surge In COVID-19 Cases There
Dr. Bruce Dart said he and his staff were "[connecting] the dots" between the rally and a surge in local coronavirus cases.