Patients and doctors alike are parsing signs of illness to figure out who needs what tests or care and how worried they should be.
Thousands of increasingly bored and restless passengers aboard a cruise ship struck by the coronavirus waited for their turn to get off.
A 10-year-old boy and his mother have been rescued 52 hours after being trapped in the collapse of a virus quarantine site in southeastern China where 20 people have died.
U.S. health officials say more and more public and private laboratories are now able to test for the virus. But some experts have wondered why it's taken so long, and what that means to efforts to spot and stop the outbreak's spread.
An FDNY EMS member who works is Brooklyn has reportedly tested positive for COVID-19, forcing several of that person’s coworkers to undergo a mandatory quarantine, officials said.
The cruise ship forced to idle for days off the coast of California because of a cluster of novel coronavirus cases aboard arrived in port Monday
The Los Angeles County Fire Department is ramping up training with personal protective equipment as COVID-19 cases rise in the county
The sudden collapse of the building in the southeastern city of Quanzhou on Saturday evening trapped 71 people.
Federal and state officials in California were preparing Monday to receive thousands of people from a cruise ship that has been idling off the coast of San Francisco with at least 21 people aboard infected with the coronavirus.
Authorities undertook the testing after a passenger on a previous voyage of the ship died of the coronavirus and at least four others became infected.