Published: Jun 11, 2020
When Gov. Doug Ducey allowed Arizona's stay-at-home order to expire on May 15, 340 patients were in intensive care units statewide due to the novel coronavirus - the largest number since the beginning of the pandemic. Public health experts at the University of Arizona spent the week before publicly pleading with Ducey to postpone reopening, suggesting cases in the state were still projected to grow.
Published: May 11, 2020
Deborah Coughlin was neither short of breath nor coughing. In those first days after she contracted the novel coronavirus, her fever never spiked above 100 degrees. It was vomiting and diarrhea that brought her to a Hartford, Connecticut, emergency room on May 1.
Published: Apr 17, 2020
President Donald Trump and his allies are increasingly seizing on China's role in the spread of the novel coronavirus as a vehicle to launch a full-throated attack on presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden - and to deflect criticism of his own role in the domestic health crisis.
Published: Feb 19, 2020
BEIJING - A respected neurologist who was director of Wuchang Hospital in Wuhan died Tuesday after contracting the novel coronavirus, despite a "full-effort rescue," according to Wuhan's municipal health commission as the death toll from the outbreak crossed 2,000.