By Stephanie Sy, Lena I. Jackson, Casey Kuhn
The epicenter of the coronavirus in the U.S. appears to be shifting south and west, with some states that were among the first to reopen, like Arizona, experiencing a surge of cases. As officials renew efforts to slow the virus’…
By Malcolm Brabant
Italy was hit hard by COVID-19 early in the pandemic. Now, prosecutors have begun an investigation into whether the failure to lock down two towns near the northern city of Bergamo contributed to thousands of deaths related to the disease.
By Vladimir Isachenkov, Associated Press
Russian President Vladimir Putin has declared an end to a partial economic shutdown across the country, but he noted that many restrictions measures will stay in place.
By Adam Beam, Stefanie Dazio, Associated Press
Gov. Gavin Newsom will order all beaches and state parks closed Friday after tens of thousands of people flocked to the seashore last weekend during a heat wave despite his stay-at-home order, according to a memo sent Wednesday evening to…
By Stephanie Sy
The coronavirus has claimed more than 12,000 lives in the U.S., but signs of hope are emerging. The number of patients being hospitalized in New York, the nation’s top virus hot spot, has dropped, in an indication that physical distancing…
By Sam McNeil, Associated Press
Chinese authorities are moving to allow residents of Wuhan to once again travel in and out of the sprawling city where the pandemic began.
By Associated Press
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis will provide an update April 6 on how the state is responding to the novel coronavirus outbreak.
By Mari Yamaguchi, Associated Press
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said that he will declare a state of emergency for Tokyo and six other prefectures as early as Tuesday to bolster measures to fight the coronavirus outbreak, but that there will be no hard lockdowns.
"To save India and every Indian, there will be a total ban on venturing out of your homes," Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, adding that if the country failed to manage the next 21 days, it could be set back…
By Lori Hinnant, Foster Klug, Associated Press
The hunt for masks, ventilators and other medical supplies consumed the U.S. and Europe, as more than 1.5 billion people — one-fifth of the world's population — were asked or ordered to stay home on Monday to try to blunt…
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