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Xinjiang, the heavily policed region of western China where the government has been accused of detaining more than a million Muslims, is facing a new coronavirus outbreak.
Quarterback Trevor Lawrence of top-ranked Clemson tested positive for the coronavirus, which will force him to miss the Tigers' Saturday home game against Boston College.
Two people who attended one of President Donald Trump's recent rallies in North Carolina have tested positive for the coronavirus.
After a string of dismal earnings and missed expectations last year, Tupperware (TUP) is reporting soaring profits fueled largely by demand from newly minted pandemic chefs.
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Disneyland Paris is temporarily closing again as France enters a second nationwide lockdown to curb a surge in coronavirus infections.
In what could be a glimpse into the future of pandemic air travel, United Airlines will begin offering free coronavirus tests to passengers on select routes. United hopes the move will not only increase traffic on mostly empty transatlantic flights, but also spark international cooperation t…
There have been 87,164 Covid-19 cases reported in the United States as of Thursday night, according to data from Johns Hopkins University, by far the most new cases in a single day since the pandemic began.
Major League Baseball said Justin Turner placed everyone with whom he came in contact at risk for COVID-19 upon returning to the field to celebrate the Los Angeles Dodgers' World Series victory on Tuesday night.
Running events continue to be hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic, and already the 125th Boston Marathon in 2021 is being pushed from its customary springtime spot.
For months, Wall Street was sleepwalking towards what every health expert said would be a terrible fall and winter. Now, a harsh reality is setting in.
Wisconsin paused team activities on Wednesday after head coach Paul Chryst became one of 12 in the program to test positive for COVID-19.
When Rosa Inchausti and her colleagues started testing wastewater in Tempe, Arizona, it was 2018 and they were not looking for coronavirus. They were tracking the opioid epidemic.
With the election less than a week away, it's understandable to be glued to politics coverage 24/7.
Europe is drowning in the second wave of the coronavirus epidemic. Infection rates are skyrocketing across the continent. Governments are imposing strict lockdowns. Economies are shutting down again. But there is a glimmer of hope: The virus, while still deadly, appears to be killing fewer p…
Los Angeles Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner was pulled late in Game 6 of the World Series after testing positive for COVID-19.
Elena Mway, of Lilburn, is among the more than 450 travel nurses who are working with Premier Healthcare Professionals, a healthcare staffing firm based in Cumming, to fight against COVID-19.
If you're in a coronavirus hotspot, watch out -- Dr. Deborah Birx might be visiting and reinforcing some sharp lessons.
Like so many other places — even if most other places don't have people running around dressed as monsters — Netherworld is making some changes this year to accommodate guidelines issued to help reduce the community spread of COVID-19.
John Bjorkman's life revolved around children -- his own children, his children's children, and those he taught in South Dakota schools for more than three decades.
The Trump administration is set to announce as early as this week that Medicare and Medicaid will cover out-of-pocket costs for a potential coronavirus vaccine that is granted emergency use authorization, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Health workers in some hospitals in Liege, Belgium's third largest city and a coronavirus hotspot, have been asked to continue working even if they test positive for Covid-19 -- as long as they are not showing any symptoms of the disease.
In August, Russian state media rolled out the red carpet for a bombshell announcement -- President Vladimir Putin, from his residence outside Moscow, unveiled what he said was the world's first registered coronavirus vaccine, meant to bring Russia closer to the end of a devastating pandemic.
Wisconsin's governor on Tuesday warned of an impending crisis as the state continues to see coronavirus cases rise and its hospitals overwhelmed.
A study of hundreds of thousands of people across England suggests immunity to the coronavirus is gradually wearing off - at least according to one measure.
Atlanta United announced Monday the club decided to cancel in-person activity at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Training Ground on Tuesday out of an abundance of caution after one player received a confirmed COVID-19 positive result.
Fox News said Monday that several people at the network recently tested positive for Covid-19, on the heels of a report that several top anchors and commentators are quarantining at home.
Sen. Kelly Loeffler has tested negative for Covid-19 after two of her staffers tested positive, and the Georgia Republican plans to attend the vote on Monday to confirm President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett.
(The Center Square) – The workforce in Georgia is experiencing the fifth-slowest recovery from COVID-19-related layoffs, according to a WalletHub study of the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
China has rolled out mass coronavirus testing for nearly 5 million people and imposed lockdown measures in the prefecture of Kashgar in the far western region of Xinjiang, after a single asymptomatic coronavirus case was reported on Saturday.
White House chief of staff Mark Meadows said Sunday that the US is "not going to control" the coronavirus pandemic, as cases surge across the country and nearly 225,000 Americans have died from the virus.
Experts will know by early December whether a potential coronavirus vaccine is safe and effective, but widespread availability will probably not happen until next year, Dr. Anthony Fauci said Sunday.
As the US reports its second-highest day of new Covid-19 cases amid the continuing fall surge, a former commissioner of the US Food and Drug Administration says it may be time for a national mask mandate.
At least five people in Vice President Mike Pence's orbit have tested positive for coronavirus in recent days, including chief of staff Marc Short, close aide Zach Bauer and outside adviser Marty Obst, sources told CNN.
The scale of the Covid-19 pandemic is exposing the battle scars of the country's most hardened public health officials.
It is probably a safe bet to say Halloween trick-or-treating, like so many other activities in 2020, is going to be a little different this year because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
South Korean health officials have found "no direct link" between flu vaccinations and a spate of deaths of people who had been recently inoculated, they said late Friday.
When Anny Ku heard that there were coronavirus vaccines on offer in Yiwu, a city in China's eastern Zhejiang province, she traveled more than 600 miles (965 kilometers) for a chance to get the shot.
People with Down syndrome have 10 times the risk of dying from Covid-19 compared to those without the disability, a team of researchers reported Thursday.
Drugmakers AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson both said Friday they are set to resume their paused coronavirus vaccine trials in the United States after health scares.
As Covid-19 cases in El Paso, Texas, continue to surge, funeral homes in the city are preparing for a surge in coronavirus-related deaths.
It's going to feel like winter for more than 5 million people in parts of the Great Plains and Upper Midwest this weekend, so start digging out a matching pair of gloves.
The US reported more than 80,000 new coronavirus infections Friday -- the highest daily case number since the pandemic began.