SEE MOREThe new rules apply to cinemas, museums and places of worship as more quarantine restrictions start.
SEE MORELawmakers and educators battle over how to reopen schools safely this fall amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
SEE MOREA deal in which NHS England had access to 92% of private hospitals beds will come to an end.
SEE MOREAfter a low in cases at the end of June, the ONS estimated infections had been rising slightly in July.
SEE MOREFood assistance programs across the country are preparing for another spike in need with federal unemployment benefits ending.
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SEE MOREFemale breast cancer patients were much more likely to survive than other patients, a study says.
SEE MOREAlthough President Trump is correct that the U.S. has conducted more tests than any other country, it’s not testing enough, given the scale of its outbreak. But there might be a simple solution: new tests that prioritize speed over sensitivity.
SEE MOREDozens of cities have declared racism a public health emergency in recent weeks. Is this a smart strategy for addressing inequities across society?
SEE MOREThanks to a marked shift among Republican voters since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, just 13 percent of Americans surveyed now say they are satisfied with “the way things are going in the United States.”