Here's why crowded bars are so perfect for spreading coronavirus: they are stuffy, people are close and talking with raised voices. But the lack of ventilation is a major factor, these scientists say.
Single carriers kept seeding coronavirus cases early on in California. One ended up infecting 700 people on a cruise ship. Another only infected two other people.
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The federal government's "Operation Warp Speed" vaccine program, with its emphasis on quick production of experimental coronavirus vaccines, is fueling fears already stirred up by vaccine skeptics
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Bodies of African-American Covid-19 victims were riddled with blood clots, autopsies in New Orleans show.
How many people have coronavirus? Sometimes, it's just a guess. That's because testing isn't as straightforward as you might think. Read more here.
When is it safe to go back out if you have been sick? The CDC has some advice for you. Also some pointers on using public transport to get back out there. Read more here.
Up to 80 million children are missing out on lifesaving vaccines because of coronavirus, the WHO says. Full story is here.
Coronavirus testing in the US is disorganized and needs better coordination, a new report finds. Find out more here.
Children may not always show symptoms of coronavirus infection, but a few may have a rare and troubling syndrome later. Here are the signs to look for.
Doctors are finding a range of effects of coronavirus, from blood clots to kidney failure. Here's why coronavirus is more than just a respiratory infection.
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