With the coronavirus spiking in a number of states, a group of Texas doctors has released a ranked list on how risky certain activities are when it comes to contracting COVID-19.
A top World Health Organization (WHO) official said Tuesday that the coronavirus is continuing to increase around the globe, noting that the spike in cases over the last month and a half means there could be a spike in deaths.
Intensive care units in 43 Florida hospitals have reached capacity as the state grapples with a sharp rise in coronavirus cases, according to data released Tuesday by the state's Agency for Health Administration.
A Brazilian man may have cleared an HIV infection after initial findings showed a combination of drugs may have flushed the virus from his body, according to multiple reports.
Some children with a rare multisystem inflammatory response to COVID-19 may experience neurological symptoms, a recent UK study found.
Officials also announced three more COVID-19 related deaths among inmates at San Quentin prison, raising the total death count to six.
Health officials have been optimistic on herd immunity
A Florida teenager who died of the coronavirus attended a party at a church with 100 others just two weeks before her death, a report said Monday.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced Monday that it has approved the first two surface disinfectant products, both made by Lysol, against the novel coronavirus.
Texas reported 8,698 coronavirus hospitalizations on Monday, a record for the eighth consecutive day, according to government figures.
A British immunologist warned Monday that immunity to the coronavirus could be " rather short-lived" and individuals shouldn't rely on that alone to cope with the infectious disease.
Try consuming at least half a bottle of water before putting on a mask and heading out.
The site of the shooting was one block away from the George Floyd memorial.
A dog in Georgia tested positive for SARS-CoV-2, health officials announced last week.
Hundreds of experts in 32 countries are urging the World Health Organization [WHO] to revise its coronavirus safety recommendations to include airborne transmission via smaller infectious aerosols, according to a report from the New York Times.
Florida health officials on Sunday said more than 200,000 people have tested positive for the novel coronavirus since the pandemic began.
A record 8,181 Texans with the coronavirus were hospitalized Sunday, a new daily high as overall cases slipped during the coronavirus pandemic.
Health officials in Miami-Dade County, Fla., on Saturday confirmed that at least 18 county residents have contracted the West Nile virus.
A Texas hospital is highlighting what it says is the remarkable story of a Houston woman who gave birth to triplets after battling the coronavirus for nearly a month.
Experts worry that the holiday weekend will accelerate the spread of the virus again.