A separate poll showed most Republicans say the country is heading in the wrong direction.
In the past week, the Chinese capital has reported its first new domestic COVID-19 cases in almost two months.
Scientists have questioned the use of immunity passports if protection from re-infection after catching the coronavirus isn't guaranteed.
Participants in the study answered questions about factors including their experiences of pain, anxiety or depression, how they slept, and their quality of life.
Trump made the comments while speaking about a potential vaccine against the coronavirus.
The drug has been found to reduce deaths by up to one-third in hospitalized COVID-19 patients with severe respiratory complications.
Cases appear to be spreading from the south to the north along major roads.
The virus may travel as aerosolized particles which risk landing on surfaces or being breathed in.
Scientists looked at the blood samples of 177 people who had caught the coronavirus which causes COVID-19.
The study involved over 2,000 parents in the U.S..
Healthcare workers and those vulnerable to severe COVID-19 should be prioritized, experts say.
"We need to act now—rather than wait for the deaths to start to rise," Helen Jenkins, an epidemiologist at Boston University School of Public Health, told Newsweek.
The receptor that the coronavirus uses to enter our bodies is found in organs that play a key role in the metabolism.
The study involved over 9,000 people aged between 18 and 44.
"While crowd-control weapons are often referred to as 'non-lethal' or 'less-than-lethal,' extensive research has shown that they often cause severe injury and even death," emergency physician Dr. Rohini Haar told Newsweek.
The survey, involving almost 300 white Americans, also found democrats were more likely to see Chinese people as a threat.
"This is not a disease that simply just 'goes away,'" Dr. Joshua Barocas of Boston University School of Medicine told Newsweek.
Over 100 potential COVID-19 vaccines are currently under development.
Richard Stutt of Cambridge University said the widespread use of face masks combined with physical distancing and minor lockdowns may help to manage the pandemic and re-open economic activity.
The study involved over 750,000 people, according to biotech company 23andMe.
Organizations have written to the Trump and Trudeau administrations.
Almost 10,000 people in Bergamo had their blood screened, according to health officials.
Academics who research police violence told Newsweek his death is symptomatic of a systemic problem with racialized police violence in the U.S..
The study involved over 500 people aged 65 or over living in a New York county.
The team were inspired by see-through sea creatures like squids.
Scientists compared data on cases and the weather in 50 U.S. states and Washington, D.C.
Findings may mean women drink to excess during certain points in their menstrual cycle.
A range of neurological problems have been reported in COVID-19 patients, including a loss of smell, taste, headaches as well as stroke, issues with consciousness, seizures, and brain damage, according to scientists.
Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market has been often talked of as the origin point of the COVID-19 pandemic.