Just in time for holiday travelers, England is cutting the two-week quarantine facing people arriving from regions not on the British government's coronavirus safe list, reducing it to as little as five days if they test negative for COVID-19.
By Pan Pylas, Associated Press
As the school year approaches, educators are developing different policies to respond to COVID 19 outbreaks.
By Michael Rubinkam, Associated Press
As the country begins to open up, more people may be considering expanding their social circles beyond their immediate household. MIT Technology Review’s Gideon Lichfield recently broke two months of isolation to form a “bubble” or “quaranteam” with friends, and…
By Megan Thompson
More states and countries are lifting restrictions put in place to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus, which is responsible for nearly 73,000 deaths in the U.S. and more than 260,000 worldwide. But new infections are still rising, prompting…
By Stephanie Sy
By Jeffrey Brown, Rhana Natour
During this difficult period, some of the millions of Americans stuck at home have turned to new hobbies and do-it-yourself projects to pass the time and redirect their energy. But while such accomplishments can be fulfilling, experts say it's also…
By Yamiche Alcindor
Officials at all levels of U.S. government are engaged in discussions about how and when to resume commerce and other activities. Polling data shows the majority of Americans support restrictions to prevent the spread of novel coronavirus, but there have…
By Frank Jordans, Hyung-Jin Kim, Associated Press
Pressures mounted Sunday on governments to ease the economic pain of coronavirus lockdowns after protests from those fearing for their livelihoods, and authorities responded with a wide range of possible dates and solutions and a few emphatic “not yets.”…
The U.S. death toll from novel coronavirus has now exceeded that of China. While Italy and Spain have recorded many more deaths, the U.S. has the most confirmed cases of the illness. Dozens of states have limited residents’ movement outside…
By Zeke Miller, Colleen Long, Associated Press
President Trump is backing away from calling for a quarantine for coronavirus hotspots in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Instead, Trump is directing that a “strong Travel Advisory” be issued to stem the spread of the outbreak.
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