In a press conference, President Trump insisted the risk of Americans getting the coronavirus disease remains very low. But CDC officials say they expect COVID-19 to spread to more states across the U.S. and they’re preparing local health departments with specific guidelines for dealing with the disease.
A Coronavirus Plus: Wide-Open Highways In Los Angeles
Seattle-Area Nursing Home Linked to Dozens Of Coronavirus Deaths Faces $600,000 Fine
Wisconsin Primary To Go On But Absentee Voting Extended, Federal Judge Rules
Want To See What Your City’s Pandemic Plan Says? Good Luck.
Tennessee Orders Residents To Remain Home
Doctors Say Hospitals Are Stopping Them From Wearing Masks
Social Distancing Means Mourners Must Find New Ways To Cope And Connect
FDA Says Zantac Should Be Pulled From Market, Citing Cancer Risk
Italy, Seen By White House As A U.S. Analogue, Extends Nationwide Lockdown
Israel Faces Challenges In Fighting Coronavirus In Ultra-Orthodox Communities
Fighting COVID-19 Is Like ‘Whack-A-Mole,’ Says Writer Who Warned Of A Pandemic
‘Social Distance’: A Community-Style Poem To Help You Feel Less Isolated
Some Snowbirds Headed North Told To Stay In Their Southern Nests