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The revised dates for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics, postponed to 2021 by the coronavirus epidemic, were announced Monday morning.
A grassy meadow in New York's Central Park normally occupied by sunbathers and picnickers is now an emergency field hospital as officials scramble to support a hospital system getting overwhelmed by coronavirus.
Spain's Princess Maria Teresa of Bourbon-Parma has become the first royal in the world to die from coronavirus, according to a statement from her brother, Prince Sixto Enrique.
This won't be over by Easter. President Trump has officially extended social distancing guidelines until April 30. Here's what you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door. (You can also get "5 Things You Need to Know Today" delivered to your inbox daily. Sign up here.)
The Wimbledon tennis championships will be canceled this week, according to German Tennis Federation (DTB) vice-president Dirk Hordorff.
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The latest projections on coronavirus in the US were so alarming, there was virtually no choice but to extend social distancing guidelines, two of the nation's top infectious disease experts said.
Just over two weeks ago, I was visiting New York City, and the world felt poised on a precipice.
As India enforces a nationwide lockdown due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, one police officer has found a creative way to get the message across.
A resident physician, who touched the lives of thousands when a photo of him and his son separated by glass went viral, has lost his family home to a tornado.
Opera legend Placido Domingo has been hospitalized in Acapulco, Mexico, with complications related to coronavirus, according to the singer's spokesperson.
Amazon employees at the company's Staten Island, New York, facility plan to walk off the job Monday amid allegations the online retail giant has mishandled its response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Former NFL offensive tackle Tony Boselli was placed in an intensive care unit of a Jacksonville-area hospital hospital as a result of the coronavirus, according to a report from Mike Freeman of the Bleacher Report.
President Donald Trump said Sunday he would extend nationwide social distancing guidelines for another 30 days, an abrupt back-down from his push to reopen the country as coronavirus continues to spread.
The total number of cases of the coronavirus disease known as COVID-19 reported in Gwinnett County more than doubled in a 48-hour period alone, from noon Wednesday to noon Friday, and it is up more than 400% in a span of seven days.
For all of you who have missed the live performances of your favorite artists because coronavirus has forced concerts to be canceled, don't worry, because tonight, Elton John is bringing a star-studded concert right to your living room.
Florida has opened highway checkpoints to screen for motorists entering the state from areas experiencing substantial community spread of coronavirus.
In times of crisis, Mr. Rogers taught us to look for the helpers. That might be as easy as looking in the mirror. Here are lots of ways you can help -- from a safe distance -- as the world faces the coronavirus pandemic.
Former Knicks guard and New York native Stephon Marbury has lined up 10 million N95 masks to be delivered from the place he currently calls home -- China -- to his hometown to help medical personnel battling the coronavirus.
Joe Diffie, a country music singer known for his lighthearted odes to country life that reached mainstream success in the 1990s, died Sunday from complications of coronavirus, his publicist said in a news release.
ATLANTA - President Donald Trump has declared Georgia a major disaster area due to the impacts of coronavirus, Gov. Brian Kemp announced Sunday.
Gwinnett’s Cooperative Food Ministries are stepping in to fill a food insecurity void left when Gwinnett County Public Schools pauses its meal deliveries during spring break. Find the zip codes and corresponding co-op serving your area.
The challenge of addressing homelessness and food insecurity in a county of nearly 1 million people is hard enough. That challenge has escalated since a global health crisis has made volunteers, food and funds scarce.
The mammoth fight against coronavirus in New York intensified Sunday as the state grappled with over 59,000 cases and at least 965 deaths.
The chief financial officer of Jefferies Group LLC, Peregrine "Peg" Broadbent, has died from coronavirus complications, the company said in a statement Sunday.
The Salvation Army Gwinnett County Corps is one of the community organizations that exist year-round to help residents in need and who are seeing their abilities taxed more due to the impact the COVID-19 outbreak is having on the economy as businesses shut down and workers are laid off.
Financial services provider Primerica on Thursday announced that The Primerica Foundation has donated $175,000 to the COVID-19 relief efforts through grants to several organizations including the Centers for Disease Control.
The Olympics likely will take place in the summer of 2021 rather than in spring, the president of the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics organizing committee said.
On Sunday, just before noon, The Georgia Department of Public Health said a total of 2,651 cases of the coronavirus known as COVID-19 have been reported in the state. The number of deaths has risen to 80, which is 3.02 percent of all cases.
The nation's top infectious disease expert said Sunday that based on models, the United States could eventually see 100,000 or more deaths from the novel coronavirus, which has already claimed more than 2,000 American lives as cases surge across the US.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Sunday that Americans could expect checks from the historic $2 trillion stimulus bill to be direct deposited in their accounts within three weeks but experts have determined it could take longer to receive the money.
AUBURN — The Auburn equipment room is supposed to be bustling at this time of year. Football players need to get fitted for helmets and pads. Staff need to take inventory and get everything ready for the next season.
Chicago's Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart stepped in front of news cameras and reporters and said 38 of their detainees in Cook County jail had now tested positive for the novel coronavirus with over 120 still left to be tested on Friday.
A North Carolina county is taking extreme measures to prevent coronavirus from spreading in its community.
Behind the headlines of poverty and grit, Detroit has sprouted a surprisingly vibrant food scene.
A 33-year-old member of Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards' staff has died due to complications from coronavirus.
The United States will extend its set of social distancing guidelines until April 30, President Trump said in a coronavirus news briefing at the White House on Sunday.
James Dolan, owner of the NBA's New York Knicks and the NHL's New York Rangers, has tested positive for coronavirus, according to the Knicks PR Twitter account.
When the coronavirus outbreak reached Hong Kong, domestic worker Jinkie Alhambra followed guidance from the government and stayed home on her day off.
Henny Ansell is effectively in a long-distance relationship with her boyfriend -- but her boyfriend is only a few miles away.
There have been 80 new cases of the coronavirus disease known as COVID-19 reported in Georgia since noon, according to state health officials.
The father of former New Orleans Saints and Atlanta Falcons quarterback Bobby Hebert Jr. died Saturday of complications from the coronavirus, the family announced. Bobby Hebert Sr. was 81.
New York City police lost its first detective to Covid-19, marking the third NYPD death to the disease that has afflicted the department.
As the outbreak of the coronavirus disease known as COVID-19 continues to spread across Gwinnett County and the rest of the world, Crave Pie Studio owner Briana Carson is asking the community to help her serve some tasty love to people working on a "front line" in the fight against the disease and meet community needs.
The economic crisis sparked by the coronavirus has made times tough for many local businesses, but one Gwinnett-based business is trying to provide a pick-me-up for healthcare workers while changing its model to stay alive.
Mondays may have just gotten a little sweeter, particularly for healthcare workers battling the ongoing coronavirus epidemic.
The flowers and notes were a way for the daughters of Dr. Michael Kissel, Eastside's chief of staff, to offer some appreciation to 125 hospital employees for the work they are doing during the outbreak of the coronavirus disease known as COVID-19.
Some Instacart shoppers are planning to strike on Monday, accusing the company of not providing them enough protections during the coronavirus pandemic.
The PGA Tour is stepping in to assist golfers and caddies who are financially struggling as a result of the suspension of play due to the coronavirus pandemic.