This is what everyone should keep in mind about airborne transmission of COVID-19 and how to reduce your risk.
Etiquette experts share their tips for backing out of social engagements in the age of coronavirus.
Don't micromanage. Respect the teacher's time. Also: MUTE.
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said information about COVID-19 was "posted in error."
The medical body said the statement is an "abandonment of the national heroes who have stood up for our people."
The outbreak is large enough to mandate many local businesses close or restrict indoor operations.
A public relations official at the NIH has been leading a double life as a COVID-19 troll, The Daily Beast reports.
The UK helpline has dealt with more cases this year than it did during the whole of 2019, with women worst affected.
She was exercising. She was listening to opera. She even officiated a wedding.
On Monday, U.S. District Judge Victor Marrero in Manhattan largely sided with several people across the country.
The courts in all three states that delivered the White House to Trump have now extended their ballot receipt deadlines.
Facebook aims to use its vast digital reach to register 4 million eligible U.S. voters before the election.
Native American women are disappearing and being killed. Savanna’s Act will help bring them some justice.
Authorities said Baimadajie Angwang was an “intelligence asset” for the People's Republic of China.
“And, you know, one of us got fired after that,” the “Insecure” creator and star said at the Emmys.

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