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Panama is taking a new -- if somewhat unorthodox — measure to combat the spread of the novel coronavirus: separation of the sexes.
Former Olympique de Marseille President Pape Diouf has died after contracting coronavirus, according to the French Ligue 1 club.
In the coming weeks, if they have not already, your government is likely to begin advising you to wear a face mask to protect against coronavirus.
White House officials predicted a stark US death toll of more than 100,000 people from coronavirus, saying measures working to curb the spread of the virus are the only hope for keeping that total from rising further.
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When India imposed a nationwide lockdown a week ago, it was designed to stop the imminent spread of the novel coronavirus.
This is a copy of the amended emergency declaration for unincorporated Clayton County issued March 31, 2020, ordering residents to shelter in place and shutting down all nonessential businesses whose employees cannot telecommute from home. The last page, Exhibit A, defines which businesses a…
JONESBORO—Clayton County Chairman Jeffrey Turner has issued a shelter in place order, effective at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday, April 1 until at least 11:59 p.m. April 12. All public and private gatherings are prohibited within the county, "including but...not limited to weddings, religious gathering…
Households across the United States have been receiving invitations to complete the 2020 census for weeks. But another milestone in the count is here.
When Dr. Calvin Sun gets back to his New York City apartment after a 12-hour shift treating critically ill coronavirus patients, he heads straight to the kitchen sink to wash his ski goggles and ski jacket.
NCAA president Mark Emmert and senior management working beneath him agreed to a 20 percent paycut during the coronavirus pandemic, USA Today reported, citing an internal memo with the details of the pay reduction.
Gov. Brian Kemp is sending more than 100 Georgia National Guard members to oversee operations at assisted-living facilities and nursing homes in the state where elderly residents have been infected with coronavirus.
Facebook is rolling out a new tool that lets its users offer or request help from their neighbors during the coronavirus pandemic.
Chinese health authorities will include asymptomatic cases of the novel coronavirus in their official count starting Wednesday, according to an announcement on Tuesday.
Patrick McEnroe, the ESPN tennis broadcaster and 16-time men's doubles champion, confirmed on Tuesday that he tested positive for coronavirus and is recovering from mild symptoms.
Eighteen months might sound like a long time, but in vaccine years, it's a blink. That's the long end of the Trump administration's time window for developing a coronavirus vaccine, and some leaders in the field say this is too fast -- and could come at the expense of safety.
It had been two weeks since Oregon had declared an emergency in its coronavirus battle, and residents of Seaside couldn't believe what was happening.
Orthopedic surgeon Dr. James Andrews won't perform Tommy John surgeries at his Florida clinic amid the coronavirus pandemic.
There have been 124 new cases of the coronavirus disease known as COVID-19, and four additional deaths from it, in Georgia since last night, according to state health officials.
As cases of Covid-19 rise, so do questions and uncertainties about it. In this episode, CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta responds to some of the e-mails and voice messages listeners have shared.
Major League Baseball teams will continue to pay minor leaguers $400 a week plus medical benefits through May 31, or until the delayed season opens.
The New York stadium complex that hosts the annual U.S. Open tennis tournament every summer will be used as a makeshift hospital to bolster efforts to care for patients during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Atlanta Hawks are helping to deliver meals to frontline workers treating COVID-19 patients at Emory Healthcare through a multi-week meal program that also provides employment for restaurant workers who lost their jobs or were furloughed due to the financial impact of the Coronavirus.
The Internal Revenue Service has plenty of ways to penalize you for mistakes on your tax return. Some of these potential penalties are so convoluted and complex that there may well be disagreement within the IRS on when they apply. However, most people accrue tax penalties for very simple mistakes. Below are some of the more common yet easily avoidable mistakes.
- Failing to File – Do you really think the IRS will forget about the fact that you did not file your tax return? It may take some time, but the IRS will eventually catch up with you. Expect little sympathy if you do not file. The IRS is willing to work with people to make payments, but if you make no effort at all, you are subject to the non-filing penalties of 5% per month of the due taxes, up to 25% of your unpaid tax bill.
Many people simply put off filing until it is too late, and then think that doing nothing is better than attempting to file a potentially wrong return. You ca...
Here's something to look forward to: The Tokyo Olympics have a brand new date. The Games will be held from July 23 to August 8 in 2021.
Zach Branson can once again look forward to getting a new lease on life now that his liver transplant has been rescheduled after being put on hold because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The two top infectious disease experts on the White House coronavirus task force think social distancing measures appear to be helping but reminded Americans they are going to have a significant effect on how many people in the Unites States die.
Eleven veterans who live at the Soldiers' Home in Holyoke, Massachusetts, have died and five of them tested positive for coronavirus, Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse told CNN Monday.
Two weeks after San Francisco issued the country's first shelter-in-place order for residents to prevent spread of the novel coronavirus, hospital emergency rooms throughout the region appear to be seeing the early effects.
William Helmreich, a prominent sociologist perhaps best known for walking nearly every block of New York City, died Saturday morning of coronavirus, his family said.
RIVERDALE — Hospitals that serve Clayton, Henry and Fayette counties are already overwhelmed with COVID-19 patients, according to a doctor who addressed the Forest Park City Council at a March 30 special called meeting.
Amazon has terminated an employee based in the company's Staten Island, New York, warehouse after he participated in a worker walkout protesting the company's response to the novel coronavirus.
This is a recording of the Forest Park City Council special called meeting of March 30, 2020. Council discussed whether to cancel a shelter in place order effective March 30 at 10 p.m. and whether to drop physical distancing requirements for businesses in the city. After discussion, the meet…
How many people die after being infected with the novel coronavirus? Fewer than previously calculated, according to a study released Monday, but still more than die from the flu.
The NCAA granted an extra year of eligibility to spring-sport athletes while ruling against such relief for winter-sport athletes, including basketball players.
Pastor Rodney Howard-Browne said he wouldn't close the doors of his Tampa, Florida, megachurch until the End Times begin. The police weren't willing to wait that long.
FOREST PARK — The city of Forest Park met Monday but did not lift a shelter in place order the city enacted on March 25.
Dr. James T. Goodrich, the neurosurgeon who allowed CNN inside a remarkable operation to separate twins Jadon and Anias McDonald, died on Monday after complications related to Covid-19, according to the hospital where he worked.
President Donald Trump's decision to extend social distancing guidelines until April 30 came after officials reviewed 12 different statistical models, said Dr. Deborah Birx, the White House coronavirus response coordinator, during a Sunday press briefing.
Rocker Alan Merrill, who wrote and recorded the original version of the hit song "I Love Rock 'n' Roll," died in New York after being diagnosed with coronavirus, his daughter told CNN.
RIVERDALE — The city of Riverdale has declared an emergency due to the spread of the COVID-19 virus, along with a "shelter in place" order from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. until further notice.