coronavirus

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"When we got to Starbucks, the employees would not let us come in. While we waited for our lattes, [they] took our temperatures and recorded our information."
World News
A Japanese man and woman in their 80s, both of whom had underlying health conditions, have died after contracting COVID-19, Japanese officials said.
World News
The Diamond Princess cruise ship is the only place where health officials have seen the disease spread efficiently beyond China.
U.S. News
The individuals had tested negative for the virus before they were evacuated from the quarantined Diamond Princess cruise ship, officials said Monday.
Politics
China's ambassador to the U.S. accused Cotton of trying to create panic that will undermine the battle against the virus.
U.S. News
The Americans are among 355 people who have tested positive for the virus while aboard the Diamond Princess, a Japanese official said.
Women
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World News
The patient was an 80-year-old Chinese tourist who authorities say was initially turned away from two French hospitals when he first fell ill.
Politics
Asian American leaders denounced the rise in anti-Asian sentiment in the U.S. as misinformation has spread fearmongering over the new virus.
World News
The number of reported cases has been rising more quickly after the hardest-hit province changed its method of counting them Thursday.
U.S. News
The person was among a group recently evacuated from China. The case brings the total in the U.S. to 15.
Asian Voices
Across the country, Chinese-owned businesses have reported precipitous declines in sales because of racist fear-mongering concerning coronavirus.
World News
China's Hubei Province reported nearly 15,000 new infections on Thursday, a day after health officials said the number of new patients appeared to be falling.
World News
The National Health Commission on Wednesday said 2,015 new cases had been reported over the last 24 hours, declining for a second day.
Politics
As health experts and lawmakers warn of the threat of emerging diseases and crises, Trump seeks massive funding cuts.
World News
The World Health Organization has designated the virus "Covid-19."
Politics
Infectious disease experts warn that we know too little about the outbreak to say it will slow down with warmer weather.
World News
China had reportedly ignored offers of help from the World Health Organization and the CDC until recently.
Health
Amid a lethal outbreak, China faces growing calls to ban wild animal markets for good.
World News
Dr. Li Wenliang warned authorities of the new virus, but was reprimanded. Now he's the face of simmering anger at the ruling Communist Party.