Russian President Vladimir Putin's spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, recently stated that he is currently hospitalized with COVID-19.
Governments all over the world have massively intervened to sustain their domestic economies that were brought to a halt by COVID-19.
The partial reopening in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, and soon Rhode Island comes amid concerns about adequate testing and contact tracing.
“This disaster, this pandemic, is going to change the way the courts do business from now on.”- Nathan Hecht, Texas Supreme Court Justice.
Despite Veterans Affairs' large footprint, COVID-19 has a knack for exposing the major weak points in any hospital system.
Regardless of federal guidelines, some states have begun to lift restrictions – allowing small businesses and public places to re-open – even as the coronavirus pandemic rages on.
For businesses fortunate enough to allow their workers to work home versus letting them go, this sudden surge in remote access due to the COVID-19 pandemic has created many security problems.
The effect on aviation from COVID-19 dwarfs the aftermath of 9/11, with a more than 95% drop in demand (versus around 30% in the months following 9/11).
Russian officials on Monday reported a steady rise in the number of the new coronavirus infections that raises pressure on the nation’s health care system.
U.S. officials believe China covered up the extent of the coronavirus outbreak – and how contagious the disease is – to stock up on medical supplies needed to respond to it, intelligence documents show.