A Utah Jazz basketball player has tested positive for the COVID-19 coronavirus, leading the NBA to suspend the remainder of the season.
As the number of presumptive positive Colorado cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus rose to 17 Tuesday, Governor Jared Polis declares an emergency.
Four new COVID-19 coronavirus presumptive positive tests were announced by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Monday evening.
In a survey, a majority of liberals and conservatives reported that they trust doctors and the CDC to reduce US risk of a coronavirus epidemic.
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Machine learning technology was first to sound the alarm about the new coronavirus. Its success illustrates how AI is boosting epidemiology.
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Sanitizers that don't contain the CDC's recommended minimum of 60% alcohol are flying off store shelves and listed by sellers on Amazon for outrageous prices. Here...
Investors, policymakers, businesses and the general public are increasingly concerned the coronavirus' rapid spread will lead to a recession.
After the first two COVID-19 cases in Colorado were announced Thursday evening, the number now stands at 8.
The United States Senate has approved a bill to add $8.3 billion to aid in minimizing the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus.
In the context of this concept of "behavioural herd immunity," current discussions about COVID-19 in conventional and social media may be focused on the wrong things...
Colorado now has two presumtive positive COVID-19 cases.
As of March 4, 2020, there have been 11 deaths linked to the coronavirus COVID-19 in the United States, including 1 in California and 10 in Washington.
Colorado is continuing to step up its efforts to limit the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19.
The United States Federal Reserve cut interest rates by half a percentage point March 2 in response to COVID-19. What does the surprise action mean?