Health officials suggested that all school districts in Los Angeles County should have a "Plan B" for around reopening this fall if there is a spike in community transmission amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The United States reported more than 60,000 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, the biggest increase ever reported by a country in a single day, according to a Reuters tally.
Lysol Disinfectant Spray and Lysol Disinfectant Max Cover Mist meet the EPA's criteria for use against the coronavirus based on laboratory testing that found both products kill the virus two minutes after contact, the agency announced in a statement Monday.
Aarogya Setu app has been updated with the option to give permission to external apps to access your health status. It has also added the option to let users permanently delete their account and erase all their data stored by the Aarogya Setu app.
The border between Australia's two most populous states will close from Tuesday for an indefinite period as authorities scramble to contain an outbreak of the coronavirus in the city of Melbourne.
After a week of skyrocketing coronavirus cases in the United States, officials are issuing a stark warning this July Fourth: Skip the parties.
Hundreds of scientists say there is evidence that the novel coronavirus in smaller particles in the air can infect people and are calling for the World Health Organization to revise recommendations, the New York Times reported on Saturday.
Croatia's ruling centre-right Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) is set to win a parliamentary election on Sunday, held at a time of rising coronavirus infections and a sharp economic downturn due to the pandemic, a state television exit poll showed.
The Allegheny County Health Department is reporting 150 new Coronavirus cases Saturday and no additional deaths.
New cases are up 43% in Florida over the past week, up 35% in Texas, and up 20% in California over the same period.
More than 140 teams of researchers are racing to develop a safe and effective coronavirus vaccine
Under recall are 4-lb. plastic bag packages containing "Pilgrim's FULLY COOKED CHICKEN BREAST NUGGETS" with best-by date of May 6, 2021 and a lot code of 0127 printed on the retail package
Local leaders in Florida are cracking down on people and businesses in violation of public health rules in an effort to slow "exponential" spread of the coronavirus. And as young people increasingly test positive, concerns are growing about their role in the rate of transmission and the potentially dire impact the virus can have on their health. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
At least five states reported their highest single day record of Covid-19 cases Friday, adding to the growing concern of case increases that has sent many states back-peddling on their reopening plans.
NEW YORK (AP) — The nation's top public health agency on Thursday revamped its list of which Americans are at higher risk for severe COVID-19 illness, adding pregnant women and removing age alone as a factor. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also changed the list of underlying conditions that make someone more susceptible to suffering and death. Sickle cell disease joined the list, for example. And the threshold for risky levels of obesity was lowered.
Covid-19 cases are accelerating around the country, reaching new daily highs in states including Texas and Arizona and spurring concerns about prospects for an economic and social revival.
California, Texas and Florida all set records for the number of new coronavirus cases in one day, which one expert said is not due just to increased testing.
Anthony Fauci was speaking during a House Committee on Energy and Commerce on the Trump administration's response to the pandemic on Capitol Hill in...
The Minnesota Department of Health is announcing 461 new COVID-19 cases and eight additional deaths.
Investors are grappling with myriad factors, hopes and fears, but U.S. stocks look set to open higher on Monday.
The World Health Organization reported a record increase in global coronavirus cases on Sunday, with the total rising by 183,020 in a 24-hour period.
States like Arizona, Florida and Texas have seen record jumps in daily cases of coronavirus but have not mandated citizens to wear masks in public.
What's all this talk about a “second wave” of U.S. coronavirus cases? In The Wall Street Journal last week, Vice President Mike Pence wrote in a piece headlined “There Isn’t a Coronavirus...
Cash remains king for large publicly traded U.S. companies adjusting to an economy and operations sharply changed by the pandemic.
After facing customer backlash, AMC, the largest movie theater chain in the U.S., decided on Friday that health was more important than politics and announced that it would require all moviegoers to wear face masks in its theaters.
Although many people may be glad to see parts of the country gradually reopening, it doesn’t mean that some places or companies won’t decide to close again if coronavirus cases flare up. That’s exactly what Apple is doing at about a dozen stores in the U.S. “out of an abundance of caution.”
Troubling spikes in coronavirus infection rates were reported on Friday in several U.S. states, mainly in the South and West, a day before President Donald Trump was due to preside over an Oklahoma campaign rally that will be America's largest indoor gathering in months.
Walking along the streets this week in Tempe, Arizona, it was rare to see anyone wearing a mask. Patrons at a bar packed the entire space. This despite the news that the state is one of the growing coronavirus hotspots in the country.
The coronavirus pandemic has entered a “new and dangerous” phase, according to World Health Organization officials as states shatter daily records of infections.
Several U.S. hospitals in states with fresh surges of COVID-19 cases have started treating their sickest patients with dexamethasone rather than await confirmation of preliminary results of a study by British researchers, who said the inexpensive steroid saves lives.
Percentage of stock U.S. households own determines the market’s 10-year return, writes Mark Hulbert.
Air travel has changed a lot in the past couple of months. Here is a look at what to expect—and what is expected of you—at the airport and during the flight.
Low mortgage rates are stoking the housing market’s recovery from the coronavirus, but there may be limits to how much of a boost they will give.
Peer-to-peer payment platforms were already seeing explosive growth in the U.S. before the COVID-19 crisis gave them a big surge of momentum.
Children and teenagers are estimated to be about half as likely to get infected by the coronavirus than those aged 20 or over, according to research published Tuesday.
Here's a good reason to put the lid down before you flush: a new computer modeling study shows how a flushing toilet can send a cloud of little particles containing fecal matter into the air -- fecal matter that could carry coronavirus.
A landmark Supreme Court ruling in favor of LGBT workers Monday injected fresh uncertainty into President Trump’s aggressive efforts to maintain the support of evangelical voters for his reelection campaign.
Food and Drug Administration says drug is unlikely to work against coronavirus and notes heart risks
Trump's short walk ramped up the chatter and speculation on social media.
Companies that received government-backed loans during the pandemic are beginning to turn to a process some say is as complex as getting the money: figuring out whether they have to pay it back.
A New Jersey company is recalling nearly 43,000 pounds of raw ground beef products because they may be contaminated with E. coli O157:H7, the US Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service announced Saturday.
Auto makers are grappling with absent U.S. factory workers and Covid-19 cases at their reopened plants, complicating the companies’ efforts to recoup production lost to the pandemic.