NIH-funded study also will ascertain percentage of infected children who develop COVID-19.
Here is what three studies found about SARS-CoV2 and eyes.
The US Food and Drug Administration granted the approval under its Emergency Use Authorization. Abbott said it will start distribution next week and will ramp up manufacturing to 50,000 tests per day.
More people are dying of coronavirus in Italy than anywhere else on earth, but there is a gleam of good news. The rate of infection is slowing, and the number of deaths over the weekend dropped quite sharply. Elizabeth Palmer reports from London on the state of the outbreak in Europe.
A close-knit New Jersey family has had at least six members test positive for COVID-19, with three deaths including a 73-year-old grandmother. At least three of them are still in critical condition. In New York, however, the first man diagnosed with the virus in the area is now on the road to recovery, according to his wife. David Begnaud reports on the personal stories coming out of the coronavirus crisis.
COVID-19 has hit Seattle and is sending Amazon employees to work from home. Relatives of a nursing home in the state are searching for answers after several died of the virus there.