Seeing companies make drastic changes to accommodate working remotely during the coronavirus outbreak is great — but it’s also frustrating for those of us who could have used those accommodations much sooner.
Follow the latest COVID-19 confirmed cases and deaths in countries that have been hit hard.
This Elderly Couple Got Evacuated From The Grand Princess — And Still Can’t Get Tested For The Coronavirus
“We will be testing everyone on the ship,” said Vice President Mike Pence. But some passengers, now under quarantine in California, said their requests for testing have gone nowhere.
Australia's Minister for Home Affairs was diagnosed with COVID-19 on Friday.
The Coronavirus Outbreak Could Spread To Millions In The US. We Don’t Have Nearly Enough Hospital Beds If It Does.
Models suggest that the US could be headed toward 150,000 COVID-19 cases by the end of the month, with only 45,000 ICU hospital beds nationwide. But there are some things we can do to help.
The big issue? So many of them don’t want to consider themselves “old” or “vulnerable.”
Pandemics have historically pushed humanity to undergo great moral and spiritual reckonings. This one could be ours.
The big move comes shortly after the e-cigarette giant forced out top international executives as part of an effort to cut back $1 billion in spending in 2020.
Drinking water is good, but it won't kill the COVID-19 virus.
“It is a failing. Let’s admit it," said Anthony Fauci, who has served as the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases since 1984.
New Rochelle residents said New York state’s containment strategy is more political bluster than effective health policy, leaving a small suburb with arbitrary lines drawn and few tested for the dangerous new virus.
A 2009 flu outbreak in Mexico, and a 1918 parade in Philadelphia, may hold some answers for how to stop the spread of COVID-19.
A preliminary study sheds more light on the virus’s ability to linger in the environment.
Essential services — such as supermarkets, grocers, pharmacies, and banks — will stay open, according to the prime minister.
As the coronavirus outbreak grows into a global pandemic, the world watches with uncertainty and dread.
No individual can stop the coronavirus from spreading. But we can make crucial changes — big and small — to protect and help the people around us.
"'Pandemic' is not a word to be used lightly," said WHO's director-general.
"ASMRtists are able to take a subject or event that may have scared you or made you anxious and turn it into a relaxing experience," one creator said.
As the coronavirus outbreak spreads across the US, we want to hear about your experiences with the testing shortage.
As fears of the virus mount, so too do claims of snake oil treatments.
Follow the latest data on COVID-19 cases and deaths in the US.
We contacted health officials in all 50 states and Washington, DC, to find out how many Americans have actually been tested for the coronavirus.
People on the local social media site are spreading falsehoods linking the virus to homelessness, eating meat, and not using tea tree oil as a sanitizer.
The Peace Corps Botched Its Evacuation From China At The Height Of The Coronavirus Outbreak, Volunteers Say
Dozens of Peace Corps volunteers were rushed out of China, gathered in Thailand, and fired from the organization, with some heading back to the US without a voluntary quarantine.
An Employee At Mark Zuckerberg And Priscilla Chan’s Charitable Organization Has Tested Positive For Coronavirus
All other employees at the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative have been asked to work from home.
Twitter Has Taken Down A Fake Account That Spread A Rumor The Crown Prince Of Abu Dhabi Had The Coronavirus
The account posed as a journalist, but used the photo of a marketing manager in New Jersey.
In today's newsletter: Health Secretary Alex Azar is being sidelined, Chinese trolls are spreading disinformation in Taiwan, and human-to-pup transmission is happening in Hong Kong.
“Even in five years of looking at troubling disinfo every day, I'm not sure I've ever seen anything quite this malicious.”
Etsy said that it has "taken down hundreds of items that attempt to exploit the developing coronavirus situation."
If you're pregnant, you shouldn't panic — but you should definitely protect yourself. Experts say there are still big unanswered questions about the risks posed by the coronavirus.