Gov. Gina Raimondo is demanding a two-week self-quarantine for travelers from New York state, the U.S. disease epicenter. Rhode Island state police backed up by the National Guard launched house-to-house
This may be the first known case of a cat getting sick from the novel coronavirus, though experts stress cases of pets catching it remain extremely rare. Health officials in Belgium say a pet cat appears
The COVID-19 infection rate in NYC jails is 87 times higher than the overall U.S. rate, and prisoners have no way to protect themselves. Junior Wilson is worried the coronavirus could kill him. The 57-year-old
Working in health care comes at a huge cost right now. This is what they're doing to protect us from COVID-19. As coronavirus cases continue to surge across the United States, health care workers have
Symptoms like shortness of breath, chest tightness and headaches can occur with stress and COVID-19. Here's how to differentiate them. We’re navigating unprecedented times. As the novel coronavirus continues
The 17-year-old is thought to be the youngest known person to die of the illness in the U.S. A Lancaster, California, teenager thought to have died from COVID-19 last week was turned away from an urgent
"My brother didn’t have to die,” Kious Kelly's sister tweeted. “Healthcare providers need Personal Protective Equipment NOW!” A 48-year-old assistant nursing supervisor died of coronavirus after working
Health care providers are trying to adapt to serve patients who don't have the coronavirus but still need urgent in-person care. While much of the country is trying to stay home during the coronavirus
Talking about COVID-19 with friends and family a lot? This advice will help if that's hurting your mental health. A few weeks into the coronavirus pandemic, the rules for social distancing have been pretty
Many people are mulling over their last cold or flu and wondering if the symptoms were actually COVID-19. Now that we’re all hyperaware of the new coronavirus, you might be thinking back on the last time
If you're dealing with coronavirus stress, try one of these affordable methods for help or therapy. At this point, who isn’t excessively worrying about coronavirus? I am certainly struggling; I’ve woken
Steer clear of crowded areas where it's difficult to practice social distancing. With government and public health experts urging more Americans to stay home to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus,
“We lose thousands of people a year to the flu. We never turn the country off,” President Donald Trump said on Tuesday from the White House’s Rose Garden as he argued in favor of easing lockdown orders
“The person called my Filipino mother a ‘Chinese coronavirus bitch' and said that both of my parents are ‘bearers of the virus.’” In early March, just before California put out a stay-at-home order, writer
From solo trips outdoors to group wine online, these activities will help boost positivity. When you’re looking at the same four walls all week, the days can begin to roll into one. But a weekend is still
The coronavirus news isn’t the only thing that makes anxiety-induced cleaning such a soothing ritual. Now that much of the population is working from home and self-quarantining to help curb the spread
You can get COVID-19 anywhere, but research suggests some modes are more contagious than others. Since the COVID-19 outbreak began, health experts have emphasized how important it is to wash your hands,
Professionals are taking steps to reuse scarce N95 respirators and other supplies as they care for COVID-19 patients. Health care workers are making adjustments to conserve a limited supply of protective
People with COVID-19 share what they've learned from dealing with the virus over the last few weeks. Around the world, cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, continue to surge. estimated
Our editors share what's keeping them calm, productive and entertained during coronavirus social distancing. There’s no “right” way to navigate this coronavirus pandemic; everyone lives and copes differently.
Stress and different access to food during social distancing can trigger harmful thoughts. Here's how to handle it. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought seismic changes to all of our lives in the past weeks.
Social distancing during COVID-19 means you Facetime instead of heading over to your friend's house to hang. We don't want to spread this. We get it: You’re bored at home this weekend and would love to
Experts explain what healthcare visits are necessary and what you should postpone because of coronavirus. With nearly everything closed ― schools, public buildings, bars, restaurants and beyond ― the is
Research suggests these lesser-known ways to reduce the indoor spread of the virus that causes COVID-19. People with horrible coughs, fevers and trouble breathing aren’t driving the coronavirus pandemic.