COVID 19 in nursing homes: What makes residents of nursing homes in the U.S. and around the world so susceptible to the coronavirus?
Flooding in central Somalia has affected nearly 1 million people, displacing about 400,000 people, the United Nations said Monday.
Fears of infection spikes have been borne out over the past few days in Germany, where new clusters were linked to three slaughterhouses.
Hundreds of health care workers and dozens of first responders in Washington state have become sick with the coronavirus while on the job, according to workers' compensation claims.
Pharmacy Solutions in Ann Arbor, Mich., has donated gallons of hand sanitizer and other personal protective equipment to local first responders.
Reopening States Before June Would Save Millions Of Jobs But Result In Hundreds Of Thousands More Coronavirus Deaths: Report
Troubling coronavirus paradox: Reopening states before June could save 18 million jobs but also result in over 200,000 additional COVID-19 deaths.
While some pockets of the United States have noted increased cases of coronavirus infection, much of the anticipated spikes in cases and the EMS calls that were supposed to happen have not.
Contact tracing is detective work done by trained investigators who track down and interview people diagnosed with a contagious disease.
Gov. Henry McMaster is expected on Monday to extend the state's emergency declaration that allows him to issue executive orders necessary to deal with the coronavirus pandemic.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Monday that the city will close at least 40 miles of streets to car traffic to create more outdoor spaces for New Yorkers during the coronavirus outbreak.