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When Larry Ginsberg began working from his New Jersey home last week due to the coronavirus pandemic, he never expected a faint smell of smoke and the sound of a roaring locomotive to emanate from his basement.
Cavanaugh Bell is a 7-year-old on a mission: "To help other people and let them know that I got their back," he told CNN.
Health providers assigned to the hospital ship USNS Mercy docked at the Port of Los Angeles treat a non-Covid-19 patient from a Los Angeles-area medical facility. As coronavirus patients flood clinics and hospitals, health care workers are taking steps at the recommendation of federal and st…
Gov. Brian Kemp has issued a statewide shelter-in-place order to help prevent the spread of coronavirus. Here are some frequently asked questions surrounding the order and answers supplied by the governor’s office:
On January 25, as the world was still waking up to the potential danger of the novel coronavirus spreading rapidly out of central China, two governments recorded four new infections within their territory.
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President Donald Trump is optimistic pro sports can return to having fans in the stands by August or September, he told league commissioners on Saturday, ESPN reported.
The Coral Princess cruise ship docked Saturday at Florida's PortMiami with two guests dead and several others ill from Covid-19, officials said, after a weeks-long search for a port that would let its passengers disembark.
Major League Baseball is considering the use of spring training sites to start the 2020 regular season, most likely in Arizona, with the players quarantined and no fans in the stands, The Athletic's Ken Rosenthal reported.
After a diagnosis of breast and thyroid cancer last spring, LaDonna Lokey knew she had a long year of surgery and chemotherapy ahead of her.
Officials all over the country can't stop emphasizing the importance of practicing social distancing to slow down the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
McDONOUGH—According to the Georgia Department of Public Health's noon update, 3 people in Henry County have died of COVID-19 and 150 have tested positive for the virus. Cases are counted according to the patient's county of residence.
Georgia has eclipsed 6,000 cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus disease as of noon Saturday, the Georgia Department of Public Health said. There have now been 201 deaths from the disease.
When Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp issued a statewide shelter in place order for residents earlier this week, he attracted widespread criticism for saying he and state officials were just "finding out that this virus is now transmitting before people see signs," despite publicly available findings…
Revered women's shoe designer Sergio Rossi has died of coronavirus complications at the age of 84, according to the Maurizio Bufalini Hospital in Cesena, in northern Italy.
April 4 has become an established tradition — 404 Day — to bring Atlanta’s pro sports teams together to celebrate Atlanta’s original and widely-known area code of 404.
The Trump administration wants to use Americans' smartphone location data to help track and combat the spread of coronavirus. Now, a pair of US data companies are making a public pitch to show just how that kind of technology might work.
Walmart and Target announced this week they are instituting new guidelines for keeping customers safe during the coronavirus pandemic by limiting the amount of customers who can be in the store at one time.
President Donald Trump on Saturday warned that "there will be a lot of death" in the coming weeks as the number of people who had died from the coronavirus in the United States surpassed 8,000.
As more and more Americans are forced to stay home during the escalating coronavirus pandemic, the crisis has created a pressure-cooker situation for domestic violence victims, exacerbating stressors and isolation that can make for a deadly mix.
The US has surpassed 7,000 deaths and some state leaders say there's still a lot they're missing in the battle against the coronavirus.
What happens when a once-rejected dystopian novel turns into reality? Ask Scottish author Peter May.
Lawmakers wearing protective face masks attend a plenary session at the parliament's upper house Friday, April 3, 2020, in Tokyo.
A large and influential Russian language church near Sacramento, California, is denying it is at the center of a novel coronavirus outbreak.
One of Asia's biggest slums has confirmed its first coronavirus death as top Indian doctors warn that the country must prepare to face an "onslaught" of cases that could cripple the health system to levels far beyond what Europe and the United States are experiencing.
When the novel coronavirus pandemic hit Asia, people across the region were quick to wear masks, with some places like Taiwan and the Philippines even making them mandatory in certain scenarios.
Georgia has seen 136 new cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus disease, and 14 additional deaths from it, since noon, according to new figures from the Georgia Department of Public Health.
Bus driver Jason Hargrove spoke to the people of Detroit on video March 21, trying to get them to take the coronavirus pandemic seriously.
An Iowa man held a horse auction this week that drew about 600 people, despite pleas from health officials during a time of social distancing and shelter-in-place orders to fight the novel coronavirus outbreak.
The 145th running of the Preakness Stakes -- traditionally the second leg of the Triple Crown -- will be moved to a later date and be held without any fans in the infield.
President Donald Trump said Friday his administration was now recommending Americans wear "non-medical cloth" face coverings, a reversal of previous guidance that suggested masks were unnecessary for people who weren't sick.
Federal officials on Friday ordered airlines to reimburse customers for canceled flights, saying a growing number of passengers are complaining amid the coronavirus pandemic that airlines are providing travel credits rather than refunds.
An Oklahoma newspaper has retracted a coronavirus-related story it published on April Fools Day that caused panic among parents and teachers.
CNN anchor Brooke Baldwin announced on Friday that she tested positive for coronavirus after experiencing symptoms a day earlier.
ATLANTA – Denial, fear, anxiety and worry have been the constant companions of Dr. Colleen Kraft and her colleagues at Emory University Hospital in recent weeks.
Perhaps half the world's population is living under some form of restriction to help curb the spread of coronavirus. Many are starting to wonder when and how these tough limits on everyday activities will end.
New data from the Georgia Department of Public Health shows there are 387 new confirmed cases of the coronavirus known as COVID-19 in Georgia since last night.
Seattle's hospitals are preparing for a surge of coronavirus cases, but there are faint glimmers the situation is improving in the place where the US outbreak first took hold.
Jeff Bezos is donating $100 million to US food banks to help them feed a growing number of out-of-work Americans who are losing their jobs during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Given the dangers doctors face on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic, Dr. Matthew Bai and his wife made a difficult decision over the weekend.
Kevin and Ryan Sheehan will never know whether their father heard them say goodbye on speaker phone.
In an unprecedented move, the US government is automatically suspending payments and waiving interest on federal student loans for six months, providing immediate relief for more than 20 million people currently paying off their debt.
Journalist Alice Stockton-Rossini hosted a 90th birthday for her mother last month in New Jersey. At the time, the radio host said, she had no idea she'd been infected with coronavirus while covering an outbreak in New Rochelle, New York.
The March jobs report comes out later today. It's the first time we'll see what the coronavirus crisis has done to the labor market. But, experts warn, we won't know the full effects until next month.
In mild to moderate cases of coronavirus, a loss of smell, and therefore taste, is emerging as one of the most unusual early signs of the disease called Covid-19.
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is recommending people wear face coverings in public and health officials just reported the most deaths in a single day.