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 Stephanie Sy
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 Jim Mustian, Tom Hays, Associated Press
Officers set out on foot, bicycles and cars to break up crowds and remind those enjoying the weather of public health restrictions requiring they keep 6 feet away from others.
Author and former monk Jay Shetty has a message for those living alone during the COVID-19 pandemic. Currently leading a 20-day, live meditation series on Instagram, he says we should strive to do one thing each day that brings us…
By Associated Press
Gov. Ron DeSantis says Florida’s restaurants and retail stores will be allowed to reopen Monday at 25% capacity, if the local government allows it.
By Kevin Freking, Jill Colvin, Associated Press
President Trump says the federal government’s coronavirus social distancing guidelines will be “fading out” when they expire on Thursday and states pivot to reopening.
By Laura Santhanam
A majority of Americans want life to return to normal when it is safe to do so, according to the latest PBS NewsHour/NPR/Marist poll.
By Nick Schifrin, Layla Quran
New Zealand’s prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, announced this week that the country has eliminated the novel coronavirus, but warned that residents must stay vigilant. Neighboring Australia has also experienced relatively high success in battling COVID-19. Nick Schifrin reports on how…
By Isabella Isaacs-Thomas
With so much unknown about the new coronavirus, how did public health experts come up with recommendations for social distancing and wearing masks, and how fail-safe are they when it comes to prevention?…
Although the pace of infection has slowed in some U.S. coronavirus hot spots, the overall numbers keep rising. Nearly a third of the world’s three million confirmed cases are in the U.S., which has also recorded 55,000 deaths. But despite…
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