Yesterday, Dr. Anthony Fauci prepared Americans: "We've got to get through this week that's coming up, because it is going to be a bad week."

"If things collapse, and cases start to go up substantially, then you need to go back to the earlier phase." What needs to happen before lifting pandemic restrictions.

Just under a month since going on lockdown, Italy's death toll is at its lowest in more than two weeks, and its infection rate is finally on a downward slope.

Related: "It looks like it splits humanity into two, the strong and the weak." Italy grapples with ethical questions over whether antibodies should be the basis for who can return to work.

"Across the United States, even as coronavirus deaths are being recorded in terrifying numbers...the true death toll is likely much higher."

How Google searches can detect emerging COVID-19 outbreaks, as well as help identify symptoms that were previously unknown.

Charts and maps show the extent to which the coronavirus outbreak is affecting US cities.

US federal agencies didn't begin placing bulk orders of N95 masks, ventilators, and other medical equipment until mid-March.

See also: A in-depth look at how two months of political and institutional failures resulted in the US being woefully underprepared for COVID-19.

Between the moment the coronavirus surfaced and Trump enacted travel restrictions, 430,000 people traveled on direct flights from China to the US.

Boris Johnson has been admitted to the hospital after 10 days of persistent COVID-19 symptoms.

"But what do I know? I'm not a doctor." Trump continues to pitch hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for the coronavirus, despite the deadly risks the drug may hold for some patients.

See also: How some wellness influencers are exploiting public fear by promoting unproven products as antidotes to the coronavirus.

A tiger at the Bronx Zoo has tested positive for COVID-19, and six other cats are suspected of having the virus, apparently infected by a person caring for them.

"The COVID-19 pandemic is making an acute emergency out of something that's been the case since the beginning: Methadone shouldn't be relegated to clinics."

Trolls are zoombombing AA meetings and harassing recovering alcoholics.

Related: Federal prosecutors in Michigan announce those who engage in zoombombing "can be charged with state or federal crimes."

Patterns and instructions for how to make medical isolation gowns that can be donated to healthcare workers.

A televised H-O-R-S-E competition with quarantining NBA players is now in the works.

On the apparent indestructibility of Nintendo devices—such as the Game Boy that survived being hit by a bomb during the Gulf War.

JK Rowling announces a new site—including free e-books and audio—to help homebound Harry Potter fans combat boredom.

Play an escape-room game inside Google Docs.