The United States now has the most confirmed COVID-19 cases in the world, with over 120,000. The death toll has also doubled in two days, reaching 2,000 Saturday evening.
House Chairwoman Waters Outlines Need for Another Coronavirus Stimulus: Help for Renters, More Help for Small Business
The chairwoman of the House Financial Services Committee said that she sees a need for an additional stimulus package to help with the economic fallout from the outbreak of the novel coronavirus and COVID-19 pandemic.
A Democratic senator and former presidential candidate castigated Donald Trump for too often blaming the nation's governors who are trying to manage through the current outbreak of the novel coronavirus and COVID-19 pandemic.
Boris Johnson, the prime minister of the United Kingdom who has become known for his boisterous efforts to finish the process known as "Brexit," has announced that he has tested positive for the novel coronavirus and "mild symptoms" of the COVID-19 illness.
US Diplomat Haass: ‘China Cannot Be Held Responsible for Our Lack of Testing’ or Shortage of Ventilators
If Donald Trump wants to blame China for the outbreak of the coronavirus and the COVID-19 pandemic, that blame can go only so far, particularly while Donald Trump maintains a "schizophrenic relationship," according to a prominent American diplomat.
Dr. Birx emphasized to the public that New York state was not experiencing shortages of ICU beds or ventilators.
Messages being posted on Facebook and Whatsapp are claiming that the internet is at risk of crashing due to the increased bandwidth usage from the coronavirus.
Gov. Cuomo Slams ‘Irresponsible’ and ‘Reckless’ Coronavirus Bill: ‘It Does Absolutely Nothing for Us in Terms of Lost Revenue’
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) slammed the enormous $2 trillion economic stimulus package hashed out by Congress to stabilize the US economy from the impact of the battering from the effects of the novel coronavirus outbreak and COVID-19 pandemic, as inadequate.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) announced Thursday that perhaps younger people and those who have already recovered from COVID-19 may be encouraged to get back to work as part of a "modified public health strategy."
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Medical response capabilities in New York City are stretched seriously thin, and medical professionals are rationing supplies, according to one hospital emergency medicine chief.