Even as the White House walked back President Trump’s Saturday campaign rally comments about slowing testing for COVID-19, new data show cases shooting up in the US and globally, AP reports.

For Jenessa Thomas, a 44-year-old marathon runner and nutritionist in central Oregon, the first surprise was waking up one morning in mid-March with a rapid heartbeat. The next day, she borrowed a pulse oximeter and got a reading in the high 70s, far below the 95-100 normal…

An estimated 22% of people globally—1.7 billion—have at least one condition that puts them at a greater risk of developing severe COVID-19 if infected, according to a new study in The Lancet Global Health.

COVID-19 deaths in US prisons have shot up 73% since mid-May even as case numbers remain stagnant in the country overall, The New York Times reports.  What does that look like on the ground? At the Cummins Unit penitentiary in southeast Arkansas, a startling lack of COVID-…

Patients who don't have COVID-19 are being turned away from public hospitals in Nigeria after doctors acted on their threat to strike indefinitely over inadequate COVID-19 protections and salary disputes, Vanguard reports.  

South Africa is facing a “trio of pandemics”—HIV, tuberculosis, and the newcomer, COVID-19.   Little is known about the impact of adding COVID-19 into the mix. Western Cape regional data show that people living with HIV or active TB had more than twice the risk of dying…

કોવિડિઓ-૧૯ જ્હોન્સ હોપકિન્સ બ્લૂમબર્ગ સ્કૂલ ઓફ પબ્લિક હેલ્થ ખાતે વિદ્યાર્થીઓ અને ફેકલ્ટીની આગેવાની હેઠળની એક પહેલ છે જેનો હેતુ બહુવિધ ભાષાઓમાં કોવીડ-૧૯ વિશે વિજ્ઞાન-આધારિત માહિતી પ્રસારિત કરવાનો છે. અમે વિશ્વવ્યાપી કોવીડ-૧૯ મહામારી, જેના કારણે વિશ્વભમાં ઘણા લોકોએ જીવ…

As governors, mayors, and public health leaders joined recent mass protests across the US, some critics have cried foul—charging them with hypocrisy and political motivations for suddenly downplaying the importance of aggressive social distancing, The Washington Post…

Early, determined steps against COVID-19 across Africa, including strict lockdowns, helped limit deaths—but carried stinging socio-economic costs. To limit the pandemic’s devastating impacts, African countries will need to invest in their health systems, social protection…

COVIDEO-19 bụ ebumnuche nke ụmụ akwụkwọ na ndị na-alụ ọlụ n’ime ngalaba nke Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health gbadoro ụkwụ na ịgbasa ozi sitere na sayensị gbasara COVID19 n'ọtụtụ asụsụ. Anyị chọrọ ime ka ọ dịrị gị na ndị ị hụrụ n'anya mfe, ka ịmụ otú ị ga-esi…