Pet owners with COVID-19 should avoid "petting, snuggling, being kissed or licked, and sharing food or bedding" with their animals, the USDA said.
Coastguard warns against beach use as surfers are seen catching waves at English seaside during coronavirus lockdown.
It is the first step in Governor Greg Abbott's plan to reopen the Texas economy.
The governors of Florida and Georgia have faced criticism for reopening parts of their states earlier than expected, while others are expected to follow suit soon.
As work dries up, many owners are struggling to cover the costs of keeping an elephant. In some instances, animals have been set free to fend for themselves.
Michele Fiore also suggested that cancer could be flushed with salt water or sodium carbonate during a radio broadcast.
There are over 100 potential vaccines in development around the world, with the Oxford group among the first to test theirs in human volunteers.
A new 'GTA Online' update is the first to add new Contact Missions to the game in almost a year, offering players the opportunity to get back into the drug business in a big way.
Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said it was understandable that people were getting frustrated being locked inside, but the virus will be with us for some time.
Doubts over the accuracy of the virus figures officially reported by China's health commission have been raised for weeks.
Researcher tested wastewater in France for their study.
The Labour politician said he had apologized to his colleague over his outburst and had offered to speak with her if she wished.
Lockdown measures across the world have led to large decreases in vehicle traffic and industrial activity.
The men, who knew the victim, broke into a Lake Station, Indiana, home after finding out she had received her $1,200 check.
At least 9,282 health care personnel in the U.S. have been infected with the novel coronavirus and at least 27 have died, according to the latest figures from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control.
The leading union in Nevada also said it did not want its workers to be "part of an experiment" when they returned to work.
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Dr. Jeremy Farrar told Newsweek a vaccine that offers protection for even 12 months "would be a massive breakthrough."
The head of the White House coronavirus task force told The Wall Street Journal that he was encouraged by a decrease in cases in major metropolitan areas.
Nebraska small business owner Nemat Azizi helps out-of-work restaurant and salon workers with free $150 grocery vouchers.
The assault on the 92-year-old man at a convenience store in East Vancouver in Canada is being investigating as a hate crime.
The scam is also just one of many that have proliferated during the epidemic, preying on people's financial and health fears.
On Wednesday, two cats in New York became the first pets in the U.S. to become infected with COVID-19, according to a statement from the Dept. of Agriculture, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Veterinary Services Laboratory.
"The reality of how serious it was came when I landed in Denver, as events were beginning to be canceled," said Brittani Coury. "I started thinking, how was I going to help with this?"
Some experts are calling for an end to the lockdown because its impact may soon "outweigh the damaging effect of coronavirus."
Some in the plastics industry have seized on the pandemic to argue the push for reusable materials was misguided and unhygienic. That's simply not the case.
Less than one percent have been tested for the virus in both Texas and California.
Toi Cudworth donated $950 to the San Antonio Food Bank and also bought groceries for a neighbor who was recently laid off.
Research from China identified 33 mutations of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, 19 of which were new.