With the illness pushing its way into a sixth continent and the number of sick and dead rising, the crisis is giving way to political and diplomatic rows.
By Matt Sedensky, Jon Gambrell, Associated Press
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe asked all elementary, middle and high schools to remain shut until spring holidays begin in late March.
By Mari Yamaguchi, Associated Press
The person in California doesn't appear to have the usual risk factors of having traveled abroad or being exposed to another patient.
By Lauren Neergaard, Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar, Associated Press
California officials said the person is a resident of Solano County, northeast of San Francisco, and is getting medical care in Sacramento County.
By Robert Jablon, Mike Stobbe, Associated Press
By Associated Press
Vice President Mike Pence will be working with the government's top health authorities, and Trump's earlier-appointed coronavirus task force, to oversee the response.
The spread of novel coronavirus in China has stabilized, but a battle between the country’s people and its government over information continues. In fact, several Chinese activists who raised alarm over the outbreak and the official response to it are…
By Stephanie Sy, Lorna Baldwin
Migraine disease affects 47 million Americans -- 75 percent of whom are women. Although headache is one symptom, attacks can include visual disturbances, nausea, extreme light and sound sensitivity, brain fog and debilitating pain. Stigma and gender stereotypes may complicate…
President Trump has faced criticism for his response to the global outbreak of novel coronavirus. On Wednesday, he held a briefing about how the federal government is mobilizing in case the illness spreads widely within the U.S. Yamiche Alcindor and…
By Darlene Superville, Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar, Associated Press
The White House has considered naming a virus czar, and HHS Secretary Alex Azar himself was said to be supportive of naming a czar.
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