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The U.S. is currently the epicentre of the virus, with more than 2.6 million confirmed cases and 127,681 deaths.
It’s been a frequent Trump administration talking point on the recent spike in COVID-19 infections: Don’t worry, only a small sliver of U.S. counties is at greater risk. In offering this reassurance, Vice President Mike Pence and Health and Human ...
Experts say statewide statistics can be deceiving, especially in large states where individual hospitals can be in crisis mode even while the overall capacity numbers look OK.
Dr. Rick Bright said in an amended complaint that he has been relegated to a lesser role, unable to lend his full expertise to the battle against COVID-19.
Close to half a million people who lost their health insurance amid the economic shutdown to slow the spread of COVID-19 have gotten coverage through HealthCare.gov, the government reported Thursday.
The White House announced Thursday evening that the government's coronavirus task force, led by Vice President Mike Pence, will hold a briefing on Friday.
While the government has asked survivors to return the money, it’s not clear they have to.
It’s the latest sign of how much the COVID-19 pandemic has upended American life and the 2020 presidential election.
Dr. Anthony Fauci has recently warned that the U.S. is still in the first wave of the pandemic and has continued to urge the American public to practice social distancing.
India’s coronavirus caseload climbed by nearly 15,000 as of Monday to 425,282, with more than 13,000 deaths, the health ministry reported.
Around 120,000 Americans have died from COVID-19 and there are worrisome recent increases in reported cases in the South and West.
The U.S. National Institutes of Health is halting its clinical trial of hydroxychloroquine, saying the malaria drug provides no benefits to those with coronavirus.
Deaths from COVID-19 across the country are down to about 680 a day, compared with around 960 two weeks ago, according to an Associated Press analysis of data compiled by Johns Hopkins University.
The numbers amount to a flashing warning for President Donald Trump and his team, who are eager to change the narrative about the pandemic.
Public health experts and Democratic officials worry the Trump administration is sending a dangerous message to the American public as some parts of the country have seen a surge in cases in recent weeks.
Texas and North Carolina on Friday reported their highest hospitalization rates since the pandemic began, but officials in both states said reopenings will likely still go ahead.
One by one, states are weighing the health risks from the virus against the economic damage from the stay-at-home orders that have thrown millions out of work over the past three months.
As Florida reported its highest daily tally of new coronavirus cases on Thursday, Governor Ron DeSantis unveiled a plan to restart public schools at "full capacity" in the autumn, arguing the state's economy depended on it.
Researchers now estimate that 145,728 people could die of COVID-19 in the U.S. by August.
Any uptick in cases in the weeks ahead could slow the economic rebirth that Donald Trump’s advisers believe he needs before he faces voters again in five months.
Health experts fear that silent carriers of the virus who have no symptoms could unwittingly infect others at gatherings with people packed cheek to jowl and cheering and jeering, many without masks.
Trump on Friday charged that the WHO didn't respond adequately to the coroanvirus pandemic, accusing the U.N. agency of being under China's ``total control.''
The testing report from the White House comes as the U.S. death toll from the pandemic is approaching 100,000.
Big crowds turned out for the Memorial Day weekend in the U.S. amid warnings from authorities about people disregarding the coronavirus social-distancing rules and risking a resurgence of the scourge that has killed nearly 100,000 Americans.
The New York Times filled its entire front page with the names and selected details of 1,000 victims on Sunday to try to capture the humanity of the lives lost.