NYU researchers piece together coronavirus genetic code taken from New Yorkers
Researchers at NYU's Grossman School of Medicine have pieced together the genetic code of coronavirus extracted from 91 patients in New York City and revealed that in most of...
1 hour ago - NY Daily News
New York's coronavirus outbreak traced to Europe, researchers say
New York's devastating coronavirus outbreak largely sprung from carriers who arrived from Europe, geneticists said in a new study. Researchers at the Icahn School of Medicine...
1 hour ago - NY Daily News
New York-area coronavirus outbreak originated primarily in Europe, not China: report
Two separate studies show that the coronavirus outbreak in the New York City area - by far the most deadly in the US - originated from Europe, not China, according to a report...
2 hours ago - New York Post
Iran releases ‘political prisoners' amid Covid-19 outbreak, while virus-stricken UK keeps Assange behind bars
Tehran has released an Iranian national seen as a political prisoner in the UK as it fights the coronavirus. British activists and media rushed to say Iran's move was not...
3 hours ago - RT
New York coronavirus outbreak originated in Europe, new study finds
A new study from Mount Sinai found that the New York cases of COVID-19 originated from Europe.
9 hours ago - ABC News - 2 articles
Sweden's Relaxed Approach to the Coronavirus Could Already Be Backfiring
When Chloe Fu, 24, went for a run on Monday evening, the streets of Stockholm were filled with people drinking on restaurant patios, enjoying the first warm day of sunshine...
9 hours ago - Time
COVID-19: Genetic network analysis provides 'snapshot' of pandemic origins
The first use of phylogenetic techniques shows the 'ancestral' virus genome closest to those in bats was not Wuhan's predominant virus type. The study charts the 'incipient...
9 hours ago - Science Daily
Germany Flies in Seasonal Farm Workers to Help Agriculture Sector Hit by Coronavirus Travel Bans
Two planeloads of Eastern European farmhands arrived Thursday in Berlin and Duesseldorf amid strict precautions to protect the country from the new coronavirus, as an ambitious...
10 hours ago - Time - 2 articles
103-year-old great-grandmother says courage, hydration, faith helped beat virus
ROME - To recover from the coronavirus, as she did, Ada Zanusso recommends courage and faith, the same qualities that have served her well in her nearly 104 years. Italy, along...
11 hours ago - WGN TV - 2 articles
Our Covid-19 numbers are best in Western Europe, don't ruin it: Austrian chancellor asks people to stay home for Easter
Austria is weathering the coronavirus pandemic better than many but that's not an excuse to break self-isolation for Easter celebrations, despite traditions and good weather...
12 hours ago - RT
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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is out of intensive care
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is no longer in intensive care, though he remains hospitalized after persistent coronavirus symptoms.
Mad magazine illustrator Mort Drucker dies at 91
He died at his home with his wife of more than 70 years by his side.
Another 6.6 million Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week
Another 6.6 million people filed for unemployment benefits last week, according to the US Department of Labor, as American workers continue to suffer from devastating job...
'Saturday Night Live' is producing new original content remotely this weekend
Live from various homes, it's Saturday night!
Bar owner takes $3,714 in stapled bills off walls to give to staff
Before the coronavirus pandemic, Jennifer Knox would walk into her bar and soak in the sounds of people chatting while sipping on their drinks and listening to local musicians...
Nearly a third of Americans didn't pay rent this month, new data shows
With nearly 10 million Americans filing for unemployment in March, April 1 was always going to be a difficult day for U.S. renters.
White House will test reporters for coronavirus before briefings
White House reporters will soon learn if they have the coronavirus when they show up to attend daily briefings with President Trump. Journalists with so-called “hard passes”...
Joe Biden releases plan to expand Medicare and forgive some student debt
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden pushed out new proposals Thursday to expand Medicare and forgive student debt - in a less-than-subtle appeal to the...
Part 2: State epidemiologist answers viewer questions on COVID-19
State epidemiologist Dr. Benjamin Chan joined News 9 live via Skype to answer your questions about COVID-19.
Over 300,000 Canadians may die from Covid-19 in case of ‘no control effort'...
The Public Health Agency of Canada has issued a report detailing the possible best and worst-case scenarios of the Covid-19 pandemic, with the most grim projections saying the...