Police departments are shifting resources and adjusting priorities in an attempt to maintain public safety while doing their best to prevent infection among officers and suspects.
In a sign of hope, the Chinese city of Wuhan reported no new homegrown infections, but in a stark warning for the world, Italy appeared set to surpass China's death toll from the virus.
A new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research finds that two-thirds of Americans say they're at least somewhat concerned they or a loved one will be infected by the coronavirus — up from less than half who said so a month ago.
Firefighters and EMS personnel exposed to a patient suffering from coronavirus, but are not showing symptoms, will no longer be quarantined.
In Arizona, where 30% of residents are Hispanic, the Department of Health Services website offers a page with coronavirus updates — but none of the information is in Spanish.
The U.S. government is rushing protective equipment to states, packing dozens of flights and hundreds of trucks with supplies for medical workers who will be on the front lines of the coronavirus fight.
COVID-19 has forced the European EMS Leadership Network to postpone the European Emergency Medical Services Congress until next year, the group said.
In the area of Seattle that's been hardest-hit, some nurses in emergency departments are washing and reusing surgical masks, gloves and gowns.
This directly impacts all National Registry examinations delivered by Pearson VUE.
A Chicago Fire Department paramedic has tested positive for COVID-19, the city said at a briefing today.