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As lawmakers battle over who is responsible for testing, Harvard researchers say the US needs to test 20 million people a day to 'fully remobilize the economy'
The plan emphasized three integral components to reopen the US, including sufficient testing, the ability to trace cases, and supported isolation.
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Here's the latest news about the coronavirus pandemic outbreak around the world and COVID-19, the disease it causes.
Richard Branson is offering up his private island as collateral in order to save Virgin Atlantic from collapse
Branson's Virgin Australia airline announced bankruptcy on Tuesday. Another Virgin-backed UK airline, Flybe, went bankrupt last month.
Trump said in a tweet on Monday evening that his decision was spurred by an "attack from the Invisible Enemy."
Trump claims that criticism of the US' testing capacity is 'mostly partisan' despite governors from both parties asking for more resources
"It's not accurate to say there's plenty of testing out there, and the governors should just get it done," Maryland's GOP Gov. Larry Hogan said Sunday.
The US has now tested more than 4 million people for the coronavirus, but the number of tests being done per day is plateauing
Widespread testing for the coronavirus is essential in order to reopen American society over the next few months.
'Sir, I got a lot of building to do': US Army general jokingly passes on Trump's offer to 'stay and watch' his coronavirus briefing
"So you can have a choice," Trump told the Army general. "You can stay and watch ... or you can go back to building."
Mike Bloomberg spent over $1 billion running for president — that's $23 million for each delegate he won
Monday's FEC filings showed Bloomberg's short-lived campaign ended up spending $1,047,623,103 of his own money.
The Navajo Nation's coronavirus infection and death rates are 10 times higher than the neighboring state of Arizona
The death toll is more than four times higher than those of its neighboring states — Arizona, Utah, and New Mexico — combined.
Georgia to open gyms, nail salons, bowling alleys and more on Friday, restaurants and movie theaters next Monday
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp announced Monday that gyms and barbershops can open Friday, with theaters and restaurants opening next Monday.
The pandemic has breathed new life into centuries-old anti-Semitic rhetoric that blames Jews for the spread of disease and economic downturns.
Sweden has nearly 10 times the number of COVID-19-related deaths than its Nordic neighbors. Here's where they went wrong.
Sweden, which has yet to order any lockdown amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, has seen 14,777 COVID-19 cases, and 1,580 deaths from the virus.
For every child with a severe case of COVID-19, up to 2,318 could be infected, according to an estimate in a new study, more than previously thought.
WHO director says politicians who have 'had an easy ride in life' don't understand the gravity of the coronavirus pandemic
"Don't use this virus as an opportunity to fight against each other or score political points," the WHO director said. "These are real people dying."
4/20 started with five marijuana-smoking friends in California in 1970s, with a little help from the Grateful Dead.
New Yorkers are now required to cover their faces in public, but the governor's executive order overlooks a penal code that says wearing masks counts as loitering
It's illegal to congregate in public places with others who have facial coverings, except at masquerades and entertainment events, the statute says.
After Russian jets flew over a US warship, NATO said a F-16 fighter "conducted a professional intercept and left the scene"
The Maryland governor's office says there were more media requests to cover anti-lockdown protests than there were protesters
The protest to reopen Maryland amid a coronavirus stay-at-home order saw "minimal participation," according to a spokesman for Gov. Larry Hogan.
The WHO chief compared the virus to the 1918 flu that killed about 675,000 people in the US and tens of millions of people around the world.
Cuomo calls on the federal government to provide hazard pay to frontline workers: 'Give them a 50% bonus'
Frontline workers, who have kept the state running while others have been on lockdown, should be rewarded, New York Gov, Andrew Cuomo said Monday.
Ambulance jams, unprotected doctors, and mixed messages from Putin: Inside Russia's chaotic response to the coronavirus pandemic
Even though Vladimir Putin's government took measures to stem the outbreak in late January, hospitals and medics are still largely unequipped.
Researchers and experts warned the Trump administration about the viral outbreak as it developed late last year. Other warnings went unheeded, too.
Facebook is removing promotions for anti-quarantine protests that violate stay-home orders in California, New Jersey, and Nebraska
Facebook CEO and co-founder Mark Zuckerberg said Monday that the platform is classifying anti-quarantine protests as "harmful misinformation."
11 critical things we've learned about the novel coronavirus since the first reported outbreak in China
Months of scientific research has have given us a much better picture of how the virus infects, spreads, and shows up — or doesn't — in people.
Get ready for Zoom weddings — New Yorkers can now get marriage licenses and get married via video calls
Gov. Cuomo signed executive orders over the weekend allowing couples to get a marriage license and perform a wedding ceremony via video until May 18.
Meanwhile, the president's adviser Kellyanne Conway said some governors had "gone too far" and were "physically distanced from common sense."
Trump is seeing the shortest 'rally 'round the flag' effect of any US president while other world leaders get a coronavirus bump
Trump's implacable approval rating has routinely defied conventional wisdom, but he's a global outlier when it comes to the coronavirus.
The largest hospital system in New York is giving its frontline workers a $2,500 bonus and an extra week of vacation to thank them for their work during the coronavirus pandemic
45,000 workers, including doctors, nurses, and "unsung heroes," are eligible for a cash bonus and extra time off, Northwell Health said on Monday.
A Spanish taxi driver has been giving coronavirus patients free rides to a local hospital. A trending video shows him receiving a standing ovation, a check — and his own negative COVID-19 test.
The man was was brought to the hospital under the guise of transporting a patient, but was instead greeted by cheers, the taxi union wrote on Twitter.
Financial strain from the coronavirus pandemic could force doctors to sell their practices or even close their doors permanently
20% of primary care practices now believe they will temporarily close within the next month. And the financial strain might lead them to shutter.
In the US, roughly 2,200 contact workers are stationed nationwide. Public-health experts say it'll take hundreds of thousands to restart the country.
A third of the global population is on coronavirus lockdown — here's our constantly updated list of countries and restrictions
China, Denmark, El Salvador, France, Ireland, Italy, New Zealand, Poland, and Spain have implemented mass quarantines to slow the coronavirus spread.
The UK government suggests lockdown could continue for many more months. Here's the latest as the COVID-19 pandemic spreads across Britain.
Amazon-owned Whole Foods is quietly tracking its employees with a heat map tool that ranks which stores are most at risk of unionizing
Stores' risk scores are based on more than two dozen metrics, including racial diversity, employee turnover, and "tipline" calls.
10 times Trump has lashed out at reporters and called them 'nasty' during his coronavirus press briefings
During his coronavirus press briefings, President Donald Trump has repeatedly attacked the media for asking questions he doesn't like.
Exercise may protect against a deadly coronavirus complication. One expert thinks it should be recommended just like social distancing.
New research suggests that exercise can promote the production of an antioxidant that lowers the risk of acute respiratory distress syndrome.
United lost $2.1 billion in the first quarter because of coronavirus, and it's a dark sign of just how bad things will get for the airline industry
United's losses due to the coronavirus outbreak came in March, and losses have accelerated in recent weeks.
"Blame and credit will shift to the governors, considering they are the ones making the calls," one adviser to the president told Politico.
Shake Shack received, then returned, $10 million in coronavirus stimulus funding after being criticized for taking money meant for struggling small businesses
Shake Shack, one of the most popular burger chains in the world, made nearly $595 million in 2019.
3 pro-gun activist brothers are behind several Facebook groups calling for protests against coronavirus lockdowns
The groups call for action against "excessive quarantine" and have gained tens of thousands of members in Wisconsin, New York, Pennsylvania, and Ohio.
Trump berates a female reporter after she pressed him on why he didn't warn Americans about the coronavirus crisis sooner
When CBS News reporter Weijia Jiang pressed Trump on the US' response to COVID-19, Trump told her to "relax" and "keep your voice down."
Trump defends people resisting coronavirus lockdowns — says they're 'good people' suffering from cabin fever
Trump defended the protests that have been held in several states, some of which prompted death threats against Democratic governors.
Trump says he's close to reaching a deal with Congress for a $400-billion-plus coronavirus aid package that includes a boost for small-business loans
Democratic leaders want more money for small businesses and additional safeguards to ensure that credit reaches businesses in underserved communities.
Russian fighter jet executes 'unsafe' intercept of US Navy aircraft, coming within 25 feet of an American plane
The intercept was caught on video and marks the second time in four days that a Russian fighter has come dangerously close to a US Navy plane.
Sweden left schools, bars, restaurants, and gyms open during the coronavirus pandemic. Experts say the strategy might be working.
Anders Tegnell, Sweeden's top state epidemiologist told local media the number of new infections was "sort of plateau."