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Here's the latest news about the coronavirus pandemic outbreak around the world and COVID-19, the disease it causes.
'We are trying to save lives, not be Big Brother': US police are facing backlash for using 'dystopian' drones to ask people to stay home
Some US police departments have started using drones to tell people to social distance and distribute coronavirus updates.
The stimulus money was supposed to help small businesses. But big banks reportedly let their wealthiest clients get money first.
When asked if JPMorgan Chase prioritized richer clients first, a spokesperson told Business Insider: "We didn't."
Bankruptcies, tech-savvy doctors, and data for the greater good: The CEO of health-tech giant Epic shares her predictions for how US healthcare will change after the coronavirus
"It's going to be a tough, tough time," Epic Systems CEO Judy Faulkner said in an interview with Business Insider.
A comprehensive timeline of the new coronavirus pandemic, from China's first COVID-19 case to the present
In a few months, the first confirmed case of COVID-19 in Wuhan, China, spiraled into a pandemic and global lockdown of millions of people.
Publicly traded companies have 2 weeks to give back loans intended for small businesses or potentially face 'severe consequences,' Treasury Department says
Some publicly traded companies like Shake Shack gave back their loans this week, while others held on.
Among other things, Caputo tweeted about how "millions of Chinese suck the blood out of rabid bats as an appetizer and eat the ass out of anteaters."
Some states are already past the peaks of their coronavirus outbreaks. The worst is still to come in other parts of the country.
A staggered, 4-part plan to reopen the US could start in May. Only 20% of the workforce would be back in offices by August.
The plan is estimated to cost $50-300 billion over 2 years, which the authors say is cheaper than the "$100 to 350 billion a month" we're losing now.
A third of the global population is on coronavirus lockdown — here's our constantly updated list of countries locking down and opening up
China, Denmark, El Salvador, France, Ireland, Italy, New Zealand, Poland, and Spain have implemented mass quarantines to slow the coronavirus spread.
First responders say years of low pay and chronic turnover have put coronavirus patients' lives at additional risk during the pandemic: 'We're screaming for help'
EMTs and paramedics say there's a potentially deadly lack of experience in their ranks as they contend with record 911 call volumes.
A statewide antibody study estimates that 21% of New York City residents have had the coronavirus, Cuomo says
The study tested the blood of 3,000 New York residents for antibodies that indicate they've had the coronavirus.
In an era of political polarization, Americans are united behind coronavirus stay-at-home orders, polling shows
The coronavirus pandemic is breeding rare levels of solidarity among Americans, at least when it comes to social distancing and stay-at-home orders.
The Wisconsin GOP's treasurer asked people attending an anti-lockdown rally to 'please leave Confederate flags' and guns at home to 'try to control the optics'
"Ok folks, I implore you, please leave Confederate flags and/or AR15s, AK47s, or any other long guns at home," Brian Westrate posted on Facebook.
Cuomo lays into 'self-proclaimed grim reaper' McConnell over states going bankrupt: 'This is one of the really dumb ideas of all time'
Cuomo scolded McConnell for saying states should go bankrupt instead of getting more stimulus money, condemning his "pettiness" and "partisanship."
The UK death toll hit 18,738 on Thursday. Here's the latest as the COVID-19 pandemic spreads across Britain.
More than 80 million Americans received stimulus checks last week. But top Democratic economists say the government should be doing even more to fight coronavirus.
Top Democratic economists say another wave of stimulus checks is likely needed to help people confront the economic fallout from the coronavirus.
Black Americans are disproportionately losing their jobs but overwhelmingly support social distancing policies, according to a new poll
Despite the devastating job losses, 70% of black Americans support strict social distancing for anyone who's not an essential worker, the poll found.
Photos show how shortages are forcing doctors and nurses to improvise coronavirus PPE from snorkel masks, pool noodles, and trash bags
PPE shortages for hospitals have been an ongoing problem for countries battling the coronavirus outbreak
How USNS Comfort went from a symbol of hope with the president's blessing, to heading back from NYC having treated fewer than 180 patients
The Navy hospital ship arrived in New York City to great fanfare. Less than a month later, it is being sent home to Virginia.
Coronavirus propaganda from Russia, China, and Iran are beginning to mimic each other, State Department report says
The state report viewed by Politico warns that the three countries are using the COVID-19 crisis as an opportunity to spread anti-US messaging.
Portugal shares a border with Spain but its death toll is 30 times lower. Here's how the country curbed the spread of the coronavirus.
To date, just under 800 people have died during the pandemic in Portugal. In Spain, the death toll is over 22,000.
American factory workers describe 12-hour shifts and 13-day rotations to make masks face shields faster than ever before
"Blue-collar industrial American workers are standing tall and proud with the other workforces deemed essential," said one worker who creates masks.
Where's my stimulus check? Most people's stimulus checks are being sent by direct deposit. Some will get paper checks, starting in late April.
Warren's brother, Donald Herring, was diagnosed with cancer years ago and underwent treatment. He was also hospitalized for pneumonia in February.
Bill Gates reveals the 6 unanswered questions he's pondering that are critical to understanding the coronavirus
Bill Gates details what we still don't know about the novel coronavirus and the disease it causes, COVID-19.
Coronavirus patients are suffering from anxiety and panic attacks. Experts worry the psychological effects could linger.
Surviving COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, doesn't just mean enduring a physical battle, but often a psychological and emotional one.
States are starting to reopen as cases of coronavirus plateau. Evidence from the 1918 flu pandemic suggests that is a mistake.
'Health comes before politics': Georgia residents told us how they feel about orders to reopen the state this week
"If people are rapidly getting sick, then what do you do?" Kriti Lodh, a senior at UGA, asked. "It's still going to impact the economy."
America's billionaires have become even richer since Donald Trump became president, and it says a lot about the country's record-high wealth gap
Household wealth has remained relatively flat over the past 30 years. In 2018, the gap between the rich and the poor widened to an all-time high.
Bill Gates says we need discoveries in areas including treatments and vaccines to beat the coronavirus.
A journalist who disappeared while investigating a coronavirus cover-up in Wuhan reappeared 2 months later, praising the police who detained him
Li Zehua reported on allegations of a coronavirus cover-up in Wuhan in February. On Wednesday, he remerged on YouTube after a 56-day silence.
Yes, the coronavirus mutates. But those tiny changes haven't affected how dangerous it is — instead, they help scientists track its spread.
By tracking and categorizing various coronavirus strains, experts can pinpoint how the virus spread worldwide and how it might behave in the future.
Oklahoma's GOP governor plans to reopen the state starting Friday, despite opposition from doctors and Democrats who say it's way too soon
Personal care businesses like hair salons, barber shops, and pet groomers will be the first businesses allowed to reopen in Oklahoma, starting Friday.
John Hopkins University, which has been instrumental in tracking the coronavirus globally, is expecting layoffs and furloughs due to the economic impact of the pandemic
"There will be no effect on our pandemic efforts," Jill Rosen, a university spokeswoman told the Associated Press.
An entire Ukrainian town had to be sealed off after dozens of people including priests were infected with COVID-19 at a famous monastery
According to the Kyiv Post, the town of Pochayiv was quarantined on April 21 after more than 90 people contracted COVID-19 at the monastery.
'We need to listen to the experts': Climate activist Greta Thunberg says coronavirus has proven the dependence society has on scientific data
Thunberg spoke with earth systems scientist Johan Rockström in a digital conversation to mark the 50th anniversary of Earth Day.
The two cats are believed to be the first pets in the US to test positive for COVID-19. The lions and tigers tested positive at the Bronx Zoo.
Fauci said he's 'convinced' that COVID-19 would linger in the fall, right after Trump said it could be gone by then
"We will have coronavirus in the fall. I am convinced of that," Anthony Fauci, the top US infectious-disease expert, said.
Human rights groups are pleading with Mexico's top health official to pressure the release of detained migrants at risk of contracting COVID-19
The majority of Mexico's detained migrant population cannot be repatriated due to COVID-19 travel restrictions in Honduras and El Salvador.
Photos inside an emergency room of a Yonkers hospital offer a glimpse into New York's coronavirus outbreak
"We have a volume of sick people like you can't believe," Anthony Leno, a New York ER doctor, told AP. "In one shift, I pronounced six people dead."
Trump signed the order on Wednesday. It does not apply to any non-immigrant visas and includes exemptions for essential workers and medical staff.
Trump: 'I disagree strongly' with Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp's decision to reopen businesses in his state
Trump's remarks are at odds with a CNN report that said he and VP Mike Pence called Kemp on Tuesday night to express their support for his decision.
Anti-China rhetorical attacks could stifle the development of a vaccine, and put the US at a disadvantage if China develops one first.