coronavirus: hope and solidarity
“Mommy! Mommy, hurry up!” Janis Mackey Frayer’s son is seen yelling to his mom, who was covering the COVID-19 outbreak in China for NBC News.
The country legend said her friend Dr. Naji Abumrad at Vanderbilt University Medical Center was working on a "bridge treatment to save lives."
William Lapschies, who turned 104 on Wednesday, may be the oldest person to recover from COVID-19.
"Those of us who are fortunate to make a difference have a significant responsibility to do so," team owner Robert Kraft said.
The singer is supporting a beloved business in her hometown that was forced to close during the pandemic.
The three-time Grammy winner thanked medical professionals for "being the heroes in this story."
The comedian is keeping her distance but still spreading her love amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Small ways to support your community — while also boosting your mental health — during the COVID-19 outbreak.
“I burst into tears," Dr. Sarosh Janjua said of the Minnesota trooper's heartwarming generosity amid the coronavirus pandemic.
An explicit YouTube rant/poem about selfishness during the coronavirus outbreak gets the toe-tapping treatment.
Atlanta Humane Society’s Odie and Carmel turned the empty Georgia Aquarium into their private puppy playground.
A TikTok video of an energetic health care worker is making the rounds on social media. People are calling Nurse Angie "the cutest" and "a hero."
The Mayo Clinic's Dr. Elvis Francois' impassioned version of the song aired on the "Living Room Concert for America."
Andrew Cotter's commentary is the next best thing to sports announcing during the coronavirus pandemic.
More than a half-million people have volunteered to support the UK's National Health Service, while neighbors are looking after neighbors all over the continent.
In the "emergency transmission," the Doctor revealed the five ways she deals with any worrying situation.
The video was shared on Prince William and Kate Middleton's Instagram page.
As many lose their jobs as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, the actors are helping those living in the Los Angeles buildings they own.
Shon Boulden, owner of two Portland, Oregon, strip clubs, posed "Boober Eats" as a joke. The enthusiastic response has been no laughing matter.