Among the top coronavirus news out today are: As the U.S. prepares to celebrate the Fourth of July, new coronavirus cases continue to surge, breaking records in multiple states.
There's plenty of nonsense about the coronavirus online. Here are some of the biggest COVID-19 myths out there and the science to explain why they aren't true.
WHO still maintains that COVID-19 is largely spread through larger droplets from coughs and sneezes.
The man was taking disulfiram, a medication to treat alcohol abuse that causes hangover-like effects.
Scientists in China are now warning that they have identified a new flu virus in pigs that could possibly cause a future flu pandemic.
But some cloth masks appear to work better than others at stopping the spread of potentially infectious droplets.
Nearly 4 in 10 American adults reported engaging in dangerous cleaning practices to prevent COVID-19.
The study was withdrawn over concerns about the study's data, which was provided by an obscure U.S. analytics company called Surgisphere.
Taking the antimalarial drug hydroxychloroquine did not prevent people from coming down with COVID-19 after being exposed to the disease.
Most of the 16 women in the study showed signs of abnormal blood flow in their placentas, but delivered healthy babies.