Among the top coronavirus news out today are: Florida issued a state-wide stay-at-home order and Italy cases started to peak.
Here's information on the number of coronavirus cases in California and the latest news on the COVID-19 outbreak.
Here's information on the number of coronavirus cases in Alaska and the latest news on the COVID-19 outbreak.
Here's information on the number of coronavirus cases in Arizona and the latest news on the COVID-19 outbreak.
Here's information on the number of coronavirus cases in Arkansas and the latest news on the COVID-19 outbreak.
A significant portion of COVID-19 patients may never show symptoms at all, according to a top U.S. health official.
The next couple of weeks will be "very, very painful" and "rough," Trump said today during a White House briefing today.
Some patients with COVID-19 experience gastrointestinal symptoms, particularly diarrhea, as the first sign of illness.
Alabama now has 952 confirmed cases and 13 deaths from COVID-19, the illness the virus causes, as of Tuesday (March 31).
The town appears to be the first in the country to perform coronavirus testing on such a wide scale.
Deaths from the new coronavirus in Italy have soared in recent days, with a death rate of 10%. Here's why that rate is so high.
Three babies in China may have contracted the new coronavirus in the womb shortly before birth, two new studies suggest.
The U.S. coronavirus cases just surpassed those of China, becoming the new epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The findings suggest that if these measures — including school and workplace closures — are lifted too soon, a second wave of cases may occur in midsummer.
Doctors in New York will soon test whether blood from people who recover from COVID-19 can help treat the disease in others.
The risk of catching COVID-19 from food appears very low, but there are some steps you can take to reduce your risk further.
Cases of COVID-19 that fly under the radar — without being diagnosed — appear to fuel the rapid spread of the disease.
The declaration will "open up access" to federal funds — some $50 billion — to fight COVID-19, he said.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has officially declared a pandemic over COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, after it spread to more than 100 countries.
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