President-elect Joe Biden announced the newest members to his COVID-19 advisory board Saturday.
A new model from a study conducted by Washington University in St. Louis projects that if the U.S. continues handling the pandemic as it has, cases could double in just two months.
Despite his own warnings about traveling over the Thanksgiving holiday, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock reportedly boarded a plane to Houston Wednesday, as the Colorado capital sees a record spike in coronavirus cases.
While promising coronavirus vaccine candidates could aid in bringing the pandemic to its heels, doctors recommended to federal health officials this week that those who eventually receive the long-awaited jab should be wary of the side effects — such as body aches and bad headaches — so they will return for the second dose.
The spread of the coronavirus in the U.S. may be worse than was previously known.
A little boy from Texas turned 5 on Sunday and marked the birthday without his parents, who both died from the coronavirus within months of each other.
Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak announced plans Sunday to tighten restrictions on casinos, restaurants and private gatherings such as Thanksgiving dinner in an effort to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
Gov. Newsom, his wife and children are in quarantine after being exposed to COVID-19 through a California Highway Patrol officer.