Emergency management services across the United States are preparing their workers who are on the front lines as cases of COVID-19 rise.
Amid all the fears, quarantines and stockpiling of food, it has been easy to ignore the fact that more than 60,000 people have recovered from the coronavirus spreading around the globe.
Emergency physicians will discuss personal experience treating the virus and offer tips for patients that include guidance on how to determine whether to visit an emergency department.
A biotech meeting at a hotel in downtown Boston appears to be the source of a cluster of the coronavirus in the U.S. — and a warning for employers who are still holding big gatherings as the outbreak spreads.
Expressing increasing alarm about mounting infections, the World Health Organization declared Wednesday that the global coronavirus crisis is now a pandemic.
A convenience store owner in New Jersey reacting to the coronavirus outbreak created and sold a spray sanitizer that left four children with burns, state and county law enforcement officials said.
With new deaths reported and the number of confirmed U.S. cases exceeding 1,000, lawmakers and health officials set up containment zones and quarantine areas and sought to limit contact with those who might be infected.
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.