The Iowa Department of Public Health confirmed 555 employees had tested positive on Thursday.
It was the biggest quarterly decline in more than a decade, since an 8.4% fall in 2008 during the depths of the financial crisis.
The nation’s top infectious disease expert said if Americans practice recommended health protocols, we’ll still see infections in the fall — but a so-called second wave may be preventable.
Jennie Stejna fought the virus for about three weeks.
The namesake foundation of actor Gary Sinise is donating 20,000 meals to Veterans Affairs' (VA) health care and frontline workers battling the coronavirus pandemic, the VA announced Wednesday.
The high demand for personal protective equipment amid shortages caused by the coronavirus pandemic may have unintended consequences to the environment, as one European environmental group pointed out in a video that has surfaced on social media showing divers removing masks and gloves from the ocean.
On Wednesday, the United States' official reported coronavirus death toll reached six digits.
Some have reportedly mistaken their Economic Impact Payment debit cards as junk mail after being confused by the envelope.
Only about half of Americans say they would get a COVID-19 vaccine if the scientists working furiously to create one succeed, according to a new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.
The city of Tampa is expanding access to its coronavirus relief grant for small businesses.
The bus drivers in Loveland, Ohio wanted to honor the class of 2020 amid a school year cut short due to COVID-19.
Missouri’s health director issued a dire warning Monday after photos and video showed Memorial Day weekend revelers partying close together: The coronavirus is still here, and the spreading of illnesses could have “long-lasting and tragic” results.
Retailers and customers are changing the ways of shopping, especially for items that will be touched by multiple customers before going out the door, which includes everything from electronics to shoes.
Jalen Ballard is an extraordinary high school graduate who accomplished becoming valedictorian and is headed to university with a scholarship under his belt.
Droplets from the mouths of people who are talking loudly can linger in the air for up to 14 minutes before disappearing, a new study reveals.
The World Health Organization said Monday that it will temporarily drop hydroxychloroquine — the anti-malarial drug U.S. President Trump says he is taking — from its global study.
Instead of direct deposit or even a paper check, four million people will find their stimulus payment arrive in the form of a prepaid debit card.
Thousands of racing fans packed the stands of a North Carolina speedway on Saturday, despite state restrictions on outside gatherings.
Dr. Deborah Birx said she was “very concerned” about scenes of people crowding together over the weekend.
The White House on Sunday announced that the U.S. would bar entry of non-citizens traveling from Brazil, which has seen a sharp rise in coronavirus cases in previous weeks.