Springfield-Greene County Health officials notified the public on Saturday that a second hair stylist from the Great Clips salon had tested positive for COVID-19.
Camilla told children's nurses they "make all the difference in the world to these children" in a video message.
The videos, filmed in April, reveal wet markets in China, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia and the Philippines are continuing to sell live and dead animals amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
China threatened the WHO that the country would stop cooperating with the agency's coronavirus investigation if it declared a global health emergency, a CIA report confirmed to Newsweek showed.
The study involved five children in China who visited a hospital for conditions thought to be unrelated to the coroanvirus.
A local businessman continued operating his barbershop in defiance of the governor's state shutdown order, setting up a legal battle testing the limits of her power.
German opposition lawmakers have called on the chancellor to prioritize human rights and transparency when President Xi Jinping comes to Europe in September.
Team Liquid CEO Steve Arhancet talks about what happened during the 2020 SPring Split and Doublelift's move.
Three of the four groups aren't getting what they need to survive this crisis, and as long as that's the case, no one can be secure.
The Missouri resident has set up a "Grab and Go" table outside her home offering free supplies to neighbors as she copes with the loss of her family members in Atlanta, Georgia.
The CNN anchor detailed her quarantine experience in a new personal essay published Sunday.
"The absurdity and cruelty of our employer-based, private health insurance system should now be apparent to all," the senator from Vermont wrote.
Officials have urged for the ramping up of antibody tests to determine the true number of recovered people in America.
Tee times and payment for games need to transacted either online or over the phone, according to the extended order.
U.S. Intelligence Community detected a new contagious disease was spreading through China in November, but it wasn't until after a U.S. soldier got sick in South Korea that an assessment was issued—one that could have slowed the spread of the disease, Newsweek has learned.
The pandemic—which has now infected more than 1.4 million people—is believed to have originated from a food market in the city.
"I really believe this is something we need to do—to congregate," one church member said.
The queen followed up her rousing Sunday night broadcast with a message of thanks for the "dedication" of health care workers across the globe.
"For us to not have services due to a virus would be for us to go against our extremely strong convictions of the power of God to protect," Awaken Church in Arkansas wrote in a Facebook post.
Rev. Tony Spell of the Life Tabernacle Church has insisted that his parishioners are not in danger because COVID-19 is "politically motivated."
Prince Charles describes the "strange, frustrating and often distressing experience" of battling coronavirus.
Birthday celebration in makeshift Italian Army field hospital offers glimmer of hope
European governments have reported tens of thousands of inadequate protective masks and testing kits ordered from China.
The Pentagon counts 2,445 U.S. casualties as a result of the war in Afghanistan, a figure recently exceeded by those killed domestically by COVID-19.
He said President Donald Trump's "two defining flaws" are compromising the federal government's response.
Trump praised Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday despite having accused China of culpability over the pandemic.
The secretary of state again accused both nations of covering up the scale of the outbreak and putting lives at risk in the process.
Beijing and Tehran have issued statement supporting one another and maligning the U.S. as all three nations battle COVID-19.
Google is celebrating handwashing pioneer Ignaz Semmelweis with a doodle demonstrating how best to wash your hands to limit the spread of the new coronavirus.