Even if you feel healthy, you should self-quarantine since symptoms may appear up to 14 days after exposure to the virus.
To fight a possible second wave, he said we'll need an increase of flu vaccines nationwide and an investment in state and local health departments.
The study could help cities understand how better to track and control the epidemic, but experts say that testing needs to expand dramatically.
Eighty percent of Republicans trust Trump for coronavirus information, compared with 74 percent naming the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as their trusted source.
Deciding to lift the lockdown is difficult because very little is known about the COVID-19 virus and testing is woefully inadequate in the U.S. But the longer the disruption goes on, the more difficult it will be for the economy to recover..
The president has informed his advisers not to make dire predictions about the financial impact of the virus, The Washington Post reported.
Invoking language historically used to stigmatize immigrant populations, Ingraham likened letting migrants enter the U.S. to playing Russian Roulette.
Measles can cause serious complications, including inflammation of the brain.
The number of people who took their lives rose across every demographic, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
"We definitely have not had this many cases of canine influenza before," one veterinarian said. "There has been a progressive spread. We're seeing it acutely right now."
"Consumers anywhere in the United States who have store-bought chopped romaine lettuce at home, including salads and salad mixes, should not eat it and should throw it away, even if some of it was eaten and no one has gotten sick."
The CDC researcher, who has been missing since mid-February, left work shortly after being told why he didn't receive a promotion.
A $10,000 reward has been posted for information leading to an arrest in the case of Timothy Cunningham, a CDC employee who went home sick from work almost two weeks ago and hasn't been seen since.
Younger "baby boomers" are being particularly hard-hit by the flu this year.
State officials said Georgia procedure not followed.
Experts know from the 2014 epidemic that when the deadly virus crosses borders it sticks around for awhile.
A congresswoman from Florida takes a step toward eliminating a decades-old ban on gun-violence research.
Five people became sick in Kansas, Oklahoma and North Dakota.
Cities around the country are spraying pesticides meant to kill mosquitos that don't work—and could pose a serious health threat.
One man has the herculean task of mining the data and figuring out the likelihood that you'll die of a dog bite, or your pajamas will burst into flames.
The bacterial illness has been linked to traveling, and is drug-resistant.
The technician was working on Monday with Ebola specimens that were supposed to have been inactivated but which may instead have contained live virus.