There are now more reported cases of the coronavirus outside China than in, for the first time since the outbreak began in December.
Los Angeles and New York shutter entertainment venues and bars and limit restaurants to take-out and delivery.
The US Public Health Service says there will be 1.9 million tests available this week across 2,000 labs.
The UK backs away from its ”herd immunity” proposal.
Several cruise ships are stranded at sea, three with confirmed coronavirus cases on board.
Health care professionals urge Americans to stay home. “If you’re going to spread anything, spread help, compassion and humor.”
As of yesterday, what we know about COVID-19and how to deal with it, according to the latest research.
Everyone wants to know, when will it end? Oddly, the longer it takes is a sign of success.
Inside the White House’s troubled coronavirus response, which is frequently coming from Trump’s son-in-law.
The Centers for Disease Control has a 450-page manual outlining how US leaders should talk to the public during crises. Trump breaks nearly every rule.
The president only follows 47 accounts on Twitter. Here’s what they’re saying about the pandemic.
All over America, the coronavirus is revealing, or at least reminding us, “just how much of contemporary American life is bullshit.”
“We are all working in a frenzy.” A day in the life of a coronavirus test-kit manufacturer.
French luxury goods group LVMH switches to making hand sanitizer at three of its perfume and cosmetics factories.
The nation’s biggest grocery retailers, dairy farmers, and meat producers say they’ve been ramping up to meet demand.
Now’s the time to make a list of goals for the next couple of months—to start, how about some baking?
Self-isolating may be excessive and inconvenient, “but it kept my premature babies alive.”
Also, Shakespeare wrote King Lear and Macbeth during a plague.
Some relevant piano music to start your Monday: Tom Lehrer’s “I Got It From Agnes.”