A Pentagon official installed in a top policy job last week has tested positive for COVID-19, the Pentagon said Thursday, just days after he met with the Lithuanian defense minister, who had contracted the virus.
Even as the media warn of a winter explosion of new coronavirus cases and presumably deaths, there is conflicting – and confusing – evidence of a simultaneous decline in mortality from the COVID-19 disease.
Once a COVID-19 vaccine is ready, all eyes will be on a four-star Army officer – Gen. Gus Perna – to head up a complicated and staged distribution system.
Iran’s single-day death toll from the coronavirus smashed a record set less than a week ago, with 337 dead confirmed Monday as a resurgence of infections is overwhelming hospitals.
U.S. diplomats and security officials privately warned the state of Nevada not to use Chinese-made coronavirus test kits donated by the United Arab Emirates over concerns about patient privacy, test accuracy and Chinese government involvement.
The UK already has the deadliest outbreak in Europe, with nearly 43,000 reported deaths, and Europe as a whole reported a record number of new cases last week.
EU countries are getting ready to adopt a common traffic light system to coordinate traveling across the 27-nation bloc amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Some 9 million people will be tested for Covid-19 in the eastern Chinese city of Qingdao over a five-day period, Chinese authorities announced on Monday.
President Donald Trump made remarks at an outdoor event at the White House on Saturday, his first since testing positive for the coronavirus.