A senior White House official warned President Trump in January that a pandemic would cost millions of lives and trillions of dollars. Boris Johnson, Britain’s prime minister, remains in intensive care. China reported its first day since January with no deaths.
The Spanish epidemic has become a painful example of the tendency of one government after another to ignore the experiences of countries where the virus has already struck.
A senior White House official warned President Trump in January that a pandemic would cost millions of lives and trillions of dollars. Boris Johnson, Britain’s prime minister, asked the foreign secretary, Dominic Raab, to fill in “where necessary.”
In a stirring, ragged ritual, the students took their oaths as new doctors early, volunteering in the war against Covid-19.
Nevertheless, a C.D.C. analysis of 2,572 cases found three deaths. Babies seem more vulnerable, but the data was incomplete.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo warned that glimmers of hope could continue only if New Yorkers maintain discipline and suppress an impulse to gather.
Thousands who may have been exposed to the coronavirus have been asked to seclude themselves. It’s harder than it sounds.
Even as new and faster tests become available, lengthy delays to obtain results continue and test materials are running low, compounding the crises hospitals are facing.
Except for treating Covid-19, many hospitals seem to be eerily quiet.
Jacinda Ardern, the country’s prime minister, made the announcement on Monday.
Britain’s prime minister, Boris Johnson, has been moved to intensive care, and the Supreme Court rejected an extension of Wisconsin’s voting deadline.
One of the top allergists of the 20th century, Dr. Frankland, who died of the coronavirus, helped legions of hay fever sneezers by publicizing pollen counts. Among his patients was Saddam Hussein.
Finding ways to connect in this year’s quarantined holiday observances, without any extra prepping that would surely push you over the edge.
Here’s how to navigate the emerging guidance on breastfeeding in a pandemic.
Rediscovering home cooking during our weeks spent at home can be an opportunity to foster better eating habits in our kids.
Experts offer four benchmarks that can serve as a guide for cities and states, eliminating some of the guesswork.
A government report found medical facilities stretched to capacity and in need of everything from ventilators to thermometers. Prime Minister Boris Johnson of Britain was in the hospital. Japan will declare a state of emergency.
The president’s advocacy of the anti-malarial drug has created tensions in his administration, and fears among doctors that it could unnecessarily expose patients to risks.
Foods high in soluble fiber like oatmeal, nuts and beans were associated with reduced breast cancer incidence.
Scientists are testing everyday items to find the best protection from coronavirus. Pillow cases, flannel pajamas and origami vacuum bags are all candidates.