To slow the spread of the coronavirus, the Berlin city government decided abruptly late Saturday to close all bars, nightclubs, concerts, dance halls, betting parlors and brothels.
For weeks, Las Vegas ignored coronavirus fears. But this week reality hit. And it’s hitting hard.
When the coronavirus outbreak began in China, many other nations blocked Chinese travelers. Now China is raising its guard against outside infections.
Americans should hope Trump’s coronavirus strategy succeeds. But we should also hope he learns lessons from the experience, beginning with a leader’s obligation to take responsibility.
For at least a week, coronavirus silently spread among the 120 residents, 180 staff and multitudes of visitors.
El Salvador bars the entry of all foreigners. Guatemala bans visitors from the U.S. and elsewhere. Mexico closes schools after criticism of its response.
Neither its stout walls nor its army of Swiss Guards has been able to stop a modern-day plague of coronavirus from creeping into the Vatican.
Combating an outbreak, whether Ebola or coronavirus, is about fighting more than just disease
The Spanish government is set to restrict people from leaving their homes except under limited circumstances to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
South Korea has far outpaced other countries including the U.S. in coronavirus testing, a move that could mean early detection and lives saved.
In the era of coronavirus, handshakes, cheek kisses and even fist and elbow bumps are out. What non-contact forms of greetings should we use?
Having turned over the coronavirus to Google and various CEOs, Trump declares a national emergency
Because of the coronavirus, Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, even President Trump, have stopped rallies. Louisiana postponed its presidential primary.
The Saudi crown’s new adversary is a coronavirus not subject to the whims of a brazen desert ruler.
Here’s what you should have on your coronavirus shopping list as you stock up for a possible 14-day self-quarantine or isolation at home.
The coronavirus has everyone worried, but for college students and their families, campus closures make the anxiety specific — how is this going to work — and existential — how big a launchpad setback is this?
Louisiana election officials said they couldn’t figure out how to safely hold balloting as the coronavirus continues its rapid spread across the U.S.
It took her illness to jolt Canada into action. Schools closed. Gyms emptied out. Antibacterial wipes were hard to find. Grocery stores were mobbed.
The order by Santa Clara County health officer Dr. Sara Cody marks the most stringent ban so far on public gatherings across California.
For Iranians, the deadly coronavirus is just one more adversity to overcome, joining the threat of war, government repression and U.S. sanctions.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steven T. Mnuchin reached a deal to address the economic impact of coronavirus. Trump tweeted his support.
Workplaces and schools are asking people to “self-quarantine” for 14 days if they’ve been exposed to the coronavirus. Experts explain when that’s necessary.
Can you get the coronavirus twice? Scientists say it’s highly unlikely, but China is tightening hospital discharge standards as “recovered” patients in multiple provinces appear to get sick again.
Hundreds of millions of children in nearly 50 countries have been out of class, some for as long as two months, due to coronavirus fears.
On his 2.5.-acre property in outside Idaho Falls, Idaho, 61-year-old David Gillmore has amassed years’ worth of food as store shelves go empty amid the coronavirus pandemic. As a Mormon, he is taught to always be ready for disaster.
Facing mounting pleas from California and other states, the Trump administration moved Friday to allow states to use Medicaid more freely to respond to the coronavirus crisis and expand access to medical services.
Creating a vaccine capable of preventing the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 will take many months — if not a year or more. These are the steps involved.
With his “America first” approach to foreign policy, Trump and his team may find themselves ill-equipped for global coordination in the fast-growing crisis.