Illinois, New Jersey, and New York are the only states reopening according to federal guidelines, a ProPublica analysis found
The three states have yet to fully lift stay-at-home orders, which have been in place for roughly the same duration, per the ProPublica analysis.
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All 50 states have relaxed stay-at-home rules, but the activities residents can do in various places differs widely.
The Chinese CDC now says the coronavirus didn't jump to people at the Wuhan wet market — instead, it was the site of a super-spreader event
The origin of the new coronavirus still isn't known. But according to the Chinese CDC, it isn't the wet market in Wuhan.
San Francisco is ordering everyone to wear a mask or cover their face in public when they're within 30 feet of someone they don't live with
Masks or face coverings will still not be required when exercising outdoors, such as while running, walking, or biking.
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The asteroid that killed the dinosaurs struck at a perfect angle to inflict maximum planetwide damage, a study found
The asteroid 66 million years ago that led to the extinction of the dinosaurs hit at a 60-degree angle — ensuring maximum death and destruction.
Trump declared houses of worship essential. Mounting evidence shows they're super-spreader hotspots.
Trump says in-person religious services are essential. But evidence shows they can be hotbeds for coronavirus spread.
It's highly unlikely you'll ever catch the coronavirus from food. It's much more important to keep your distance from others when dining out.
New Zealand has no new coronavirus cases and just discharged its last hospital patient. Here are the secrets to the country's success.
New Zealand has reported zero new coronavirus cases over the last five days, and just discharged its last hospital patient. Here's what it did right.
Georgia's coronavirus cases haven't spiked since reopening — but there isn't a strong downward trend either
It's tempting to celebrate the data as a sign that reopening Georgia won't worsen its COVID-19 outbreak, but it's still early to draw that conclusion.
Texas coronavirus cases decline as businesses reopen and people resume social lives, but Houston mayor warns, 'The virus is still here'
Shops, nail salons, movie theaters, churches, beaches, bars, and restaurants are now open to the public with physical distancing.
SpaceX can't wait even 1 second for bad weather to pass for a rocket launch with people because it could endanger their entire mission
NASA and SpaceX mission controllers said the weather might clear in 10 minutes. But the Falcon 9 rocket can't wait even a second.
Japan has declared its state of emergency over. Many are wondering how the country managed to have a lower COVID-19 death rate.
I'm a healthy 34-year-old who spent 17 days in a coma after contracting COVID-19. Now I'm trying to keep my barbershop in business.
Miles Martinez says that 80% of his staff was infected with COVID-19, though he was hit particularly hard.
"Those meant to die will die," Alexander Myasnikov said previously of the coronavirus pandemic. "Everyone dies."
One chart shows a noticeable correlation between how late a country started its coronavirus lockdown and the number of excess deaths
Analysis from the Financial Times has shown that the number of excess deaths correlates to when a country decided to lock down.
Artificial intelligence drug discovery startups insitro and Exscientia scored a combined $200 million from investors
insitro and Exscientia, two startups harnessing artificial intelligence to facilitate drug development, nabbed a combined $200 million from investors.
Elon Musk said he spent 3 to 4 years working on SpaceX's new spacesuits and hopes the design gets kids 'fired up' about astronauts
Musk said it was important that the NASA crew members wear spacesuits that "both look good and work well."
The UK has recorded the highest coronavirus death rate in the world, according to new analysis.
South Korea is closing parks and museums, and warns of more restrictions after recording its biggest jump in COVID-19 cases in 53 days
South Korea's coronavirus response has been hailed as a global model for controlling the virus, but officials are worried about new cases.
A new poll found one in 5 Americans said they'd refuse a COVID-19 vaccine, which companies are racing to create
The AP-NORC poll's results were unveiled on the same day when the US reached a grim milestone of 100,000 deaths from the novel coronavirus.
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Photos of mass graves in Brazil show the stark toll of the coronavirus, as experts predict that it will surpass 125,000 deaths by August
Despite the growing number of coronavirus cases and deaths in Brazil, President Jair Bolsonaro has refused to impose a lockdown.
The editor-in-chief of the Journal of the American Medical Association explains how a medical study gets published
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More than 83% of those deaths could have been avoided if the US had locked down two weeks earlier, some research suggests.
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China, Denmark, El Salvador, France, Ireland, Italy, New Zealand, Poland, and Spain had implemented mass quarantines to slow the coronavirus spread.
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Why SpaceX's launch for NASA is such a big deal for Elon Musk's rocket company and the US as a whole
If SpaceX successfully launches NASA astronauts to the space station, it will open a new era of commercial human spaceflight.
SpaceX will broadcast live video of its first human mission, called Demo-2, but so will NASA, National Geographic, Neil deGrasse Tyson, and more.
SpaceX's launch of NASA astronauts was scrubbed and rescheduled for Saturday because of poor weather, just 17 minutes before liftoff
Stormy weather can endanger the Crew Dragon spacecraft and the astronauts on board. Forecasts previously showed a 50% chance of unsafe conditions.
'The most heart-wrenching report I have ever read': Nurses neglected soiled residents and reused IV equipment in Canadian nursing homes
A delay in changing soiled residents led to a "skin breakdown," and others were found not to have been bathed for several weeks.
Orthodox and Hasidic Jews are being scapegoated for the coronavirus crisis in a New York suburb. It's bringing decades of community controversy to the surface.
More than 90,000 Jews, many of them Orthodox or Haredi Hassidic, call Rockland County home. During times of crisis, they feel the blame.
Elon Musk told NASA astronauts' kids ahead of the SpaceX launch, 'We've done everything we can to make sure your dads come back OK'
NASA has estimated a 1-in-276 chance that the astronauts on the SpaceX rocket could die during the company's first crewed mission.
The US has suffered thousands of losses and spent trillions of dollars in Afghanistan and has nothing to show for it.
People are experiencing 'adjustment disorder' as lockdowns end and society reopens, a psychiatrist says
At first, coronavirus lockdowns led to anxiety. Now, the prospect of leaving them is. A psychiatrist calls it "phase two adjustment disorder."
SpaceX and NASA will broadcast live radio chatter from the astronauts on Wednesday's historic launch. Here's how to listen.
Listen to the NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley aboard SpaceX's Crew Dragon as they launch into orbit on Wednesday.
'We'll let you know how it works out': SpaceX's Crew Dragon spaceship toilet is a secret that apparently no one can or wants to talk about
"I don't know the potty answer to the potty question," SpaceX's vice president of mission assurance said, providing no details about the commode.
The CDC says the results of these antibody tests shouldn't be used to make important decisions about re-opening.
Microsoft-backed startup Innovaccer raised $120 million for a new solution to the sluggish way US doctors communicate about patients
As the novel coronavirus floods hospitals with patients, some have been struggling to process their data heaps.
There are more than 25 coronavirus vaccines set to be tested in people this year. Here are the 10 leading vaccine candidates, and what to watch for in the rest of 2020.
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France banned the use of hydroxychloroquine for treating the coronavirus a week after Trump said he was taking the drug
France reversed a March order that allowed the drug hydroxychloroquine to be used as a potential treatment for COVID-19.
The SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft is set to blast off from Cape Canaveral, Florida, on Wednesday at 4:33 p.m.
SpaceX is set to launch astronauts on Wednesday. Here's how Elon Musk's company became NASA's best shot at resurrecting American spaceflight.
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SpaceX's first mission with people will be piloted by NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug "Chunky" Hurley aboard the company's Crew Dragon spaceship.
The CMS expanded access to telehealth services for Medicare Advantage (MA) members to include visits with a longer list of specialists.
'If it goes wrong, it's my fault': Elon Musk is feeling nervous hours before SpaceX's historic mission to launch its first astronauts into space
"I'm the chief engineer, so I'd just like to say that if it goes right, it's a credit to the SpaceX-NASA team. If it goes wrong, it's my fault."