The "How Contagion Works" author and scientist explains how math helps us better understand the sacrifices and distancing measures put in place during the pandemic.
The start of a new week marked more reopenings across the United States, whose death toll from COVID-19 is now over 68,000. In Washington, D.C., the Senate returned to the Capitol, while the House remained at recess due to the…
By Associated Press
Millions of people were allowed to return to work in Italy Monday as Europe's longest lockdown started to ease.
By Michael R. Sisak, Associated Press
Uncertainty in planning for the coronavirus pandemic has left the globe dotted with dozens of barely used or unused temporary field hospitals. Many makeshift facilities will now be kept on standby for a potential second wave of infections.
By Nicole Winfield, Associated Press
As Italy prepares to emerge from the West’s first and most extensive coronavirus lockdown, it is increasingly clear that something went terribly wrong in Lombardy, the hardest-hit region in Europe’s hardest-hit country.
By Aritz Parra, Mike Corder, Ken Moritsugu, Associated Press
China has announced that the coronavirus death toll Wuhan was nearly 50% higher than previously reported. The revision highlights just how seriously current figures may be understating the true toll of the pandemic around the globe.
By Eric Tucker, Aritz Parra, Joseph Wilson, Associated Press
Governments are struggling with the delicate balance between keeping people safe from a highly contagious disease and making sure they can still make a living or have enough to eat.
By Kathleen Foody, Amy Forliti, Geir Moulson, Associated Press
The U.S. death toll from the coronavirus eclipsed Italy's for the highest in the world Saturday at about 20,000, as Chicago and other cities across the Midwest braced for a potential surge in victims and moved to snuff out smoldering…
By Colleen Barry, Associated Press
With warmer weather beckoning, Italians are straining against a strict lockdown to halt the coronavirus that is just now showing signs of ebbing at the end of five weeks of mass isolation.
By Aritz Parra, Elena Becatoros, Associated Press
As Christians around the world observed a Good Friday like no other, at home watching livestreams instead of at church, pressure mounted on governments to restart some industries and fend off further economic devastation from the coronavirus.
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