Passers-by couldn't help but smile—a rarity during a global pandemic.
People around the world are scrambling to gather "personal protective equipment" to protect themselves and others from COVID-19, the disease caused by a novel coronavirus.
CLAREMORE, Oklahoma – Health care workers are at the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic, and those living and working in Rogers County, Oklahoma, are pleading with people to take it seriously.
BALTIMORE COUNTY — Following the confirmation of the first case of the COVID-19 virus in a Baltimore County resident, the county executives office has canceled many government meetings and events.
RCHS graduate Jim Payne is currently teaching in Shanghai, China. China has been impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) more than any other country.
The following is an ongoing list of events, meetings and presentations in the area that have been canceled, postponed or in some way affected by concerns about the coronavirus:
On a dramatic day in college athletics, the Big Ten canceled all remaining winter and spring sporting events and the NCAA announced it was canceling all winter and spring championship events over the course of Thursday afternoon in the face of a growing global pandemic caused by the novel coronavirus.
State Sen. Karen Tallian is calling on Gov. Eric Holcomb to guarantee Hoosier workers who lose their jobs due to coronavirus are entitled to receive unemployment benefits.
Ivy Tech Community College is delaying the continuation of current courses and the start of new eight-week courses until March 23, at which time the college will move to delivering all courses virtually.
Just Wednesday The Observer published a story about the cancellation of an awards banquet here because the guest of honor had interacted with someone who’d tested positive for the coronavirus in California. In it we wrote, “So far only a handful (of COVID-19 cases) have been diagnosed in Georgia, and none of them near Colquitt County.”
We are in the midst of a pandemic caused by a novel strain of coronavirus. This virus started in animals but jumped to humans in late 2019. Now seen worldwide, it is responsible for killing thousands of people and infecting many more.
To address parent concerns amid the coronavirus, The New York Times interviewed medical and public health experts and published their responses this week in an article titled “8 questions parents may have about coronavirus.”
Taking precautions due to the coronavirus outbreak, the Southland Conference has announced it is suspending all spring sports competition effective immediately and through March 30.
The National Weather Service has cancelled Saturday’s planned Skywarn storm spotter training program in Rockwall due to fears of the coronavirus/COVID-19.
In the past few days, cases of coronavirus have started to arise here in Iowa, just like we’ve seen in many other states across the country. At this point, there are over 1,000 cases in the United States, and that number is almost certain to grow.
St. Francis University's classes will occur remotely – outside its Loretto classrooms – effective March 18, school officials announced Thursday.
(The Center Square) – The Florida Legislature still plans to adopt a budget and adjourn Friday night, concluding its 60-day session as planned.
SPRINGFIELD – The Illinois Department on Aging issued an order to state senior centers Wednesday to “immediately suspend all gathering activities,” including group meals and social activities, in response to the spread of the coronavirus disease COVID-19.
CUMBERLAND — Less than 24 hours after the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association announced that the high school boys and girls state basketball tournaments would be played behind closed doors, the MPSSAA announced Thursday afternoon that both tournaments would be postponed until further notice.
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