For now, countries are betting they can suppress hospital admissions and deaths without imposing more lockdowns, even as case numbers approach peak levels from last spring.
This spring, death rates rivaled those seen during the country’s deadliest pandemic, a new study finds. “What 1918 looked like is basically this.”
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.
The coronavirus exposed European countries’ misplaced confidence in faulty models, bureaucratic busywork and their own wealth.
Why an early scientific report of symptom-free cases went unheeded.
Here’s what to do if you feel sick and are worried it may be the coronavirus.
Peter Piot, 71, one of the giants of Ebola and AIDS research, is still battling a coronavirus infection that hit him “like a bus” in March.
At the Home Farm nursing home on the Isle of Skye, more than a quarter of its residents died and nearly all were infected with coronavirus. Families are furious.
As the coronavirus drastically reorders society and economies, more Italians are returning to the agricultural jobs of their grandparents.
Reports of new cases have declined nationally, and deaths have slowed. But reopening plans leave unanswered questions.
As the famed Copper River salmon season begins, isolated fishing towns are bracing for an influx of workers and their first brush with the coronavirus.
The Chinese city’s goal is unrivaled in scale. But a top expert has questioned the need for it, given the low number of infections.