Various governors have enacted extensive COVID-19 measures, from halting in-person classes to limiting indoor and outdoor dining operations. Here are the rules by state.
The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases around the world topped 60 million on Wednesday, as the number of new infections in the U.S. alone hits new records heading into the holidays.
A day before Thanksgiving, Pennsylvania reached a grim milestone that put into focus the ongoing severity of the coronavirus pandemic. State health officials say more than 10,000 Pennsylvanians have now died of COVID-19.
Rite Aid will continue offering free COVID-19 testing to both symptomatic and asymptomatic individuals, and the company is expanding the program to include those as young as 13.
Experts say the national fixation on scrubbing sparked by the pandemic can sometimes be overkill.
Malaysia’s Top Glove Corp., the world’s largest maker of rubber gloves, says it expects a two-to-four-week delay in deliveries after more than 2,000 workers at its factories were infected by the coronavirus, raising the possibility of supply disruptions during the pandemic.
The Scottish Parliament unanimously passed a bill that will make all menstrual products free and easily accessible in a first-of-its-kind bid to end “period poverty.”
OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma has pleaded guilty to criminal charges and formally admitted its role in the opioid crisis.
More and more people are opting to buy smaller turkeys this year as the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has the CDC and health experts discouraging travel and large family gatherings.
U.S. doctors, nurses and hospital officials have collectively penned an open letter to the American people, urging that any holiday gatherings are “scaled-back” amid the coronavirus surge.
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Business owners in the Philadelphia fitness world have come together to form the 'Philadelphia Fitness Coalition' and plan to protest the city's latest shutdown on Tuesday.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average traded above 30,000 points for the first time on Nov. 24 as investors were encouraged by the latest progress on developing coronavirus vaccines and news that the transition of power in the U.S. to President-elect Joe Biden will finally begin.
Many challenges lie ahead — not just the logistical hurdles involved in the biggest vaccination campaign in U.S. history, but public fear and misinformation that could hinder the effort and kick the end of the pandemic further down the road.
A study analyzing COVID-19 cases in Kansas found that counties with a mask mandate slowed the spread of the virus, while counties without a mask requirement saw a dramatic increase in cases.
In a world first, Qantas Airways will likely require passengers to be vaccinated against the coronavirus for future international travel, the CEO announced.
State and local officials nationwide are imposing new restrictions and pleading with the public in an increasingly desperate attempt to stop the coronavirus spread.
Travelers coming through Los Angeles International and Van Nuys airports and Union Station beginning Wednesday will be required to sign a form acknowledging California's recommended 14-day self-quarantine in response to rising coronavirus rates.
A group of more than 125 economists is calling on Congress to send out more direct cash payments to American families to help them weather the coronavirus pandemic and subsequent economic downturn.
Outdoor dining tents are popping up outside restaurants during the pandemic, but experts say not all setups are equal.