The emergence of a string of fresh coronavirus outbreaks in Europe has prompted an intense debate about the speed of lifting lockdowns, with some politicians calling for selected restrictions to remain in place as governments reopen their economies.
The Wall Street JournalNew clusters of coronavirus infections have emerged in Europe, igniting a heated debate about how to relax lockdowns safely
The Chinese city at the initial center of the pandemic said it had collected coronavirus swab tests from more than nine million over the past 10 days, an ambitious response to the re-emergence of a handful of fresh cases earlier this month.
The Wall Street JournalIn Wuhan, nine million people were tested for coronavirus in 10 days. Here’s how they did it.
National restaurant chains and other stable businesses are asking for rent relief as the economic picture sours, setting the stage for court battles and protracted clashes between big tenants and property owners.
The Wall Street JournalStarbucks, Chipotle and Shake Shack said they are asking property owners to renegotiate leases or offer deferred rent payments
The Wall Street Journal visited three malls Saturday in Ohio, Texas and Georgia. Dozens of shoppers said they were eager to leave their homes and get a taste of normalcy. Many retail workers said they felt anxious.
The Wall Street JournalWe visited malls in Ohio, Texas and Georgia. Shoppers said they were eager to leave their homes and get a taste of normalcy. Retail workers said they felt anxious.
Portrait of a Pandemic: How the coronavirus rippled through eight young lives.
The Wall Street JournalA new mother returning to her job as a nurse after maternity leave. A student battling alcohol and drug addiction. A couple laying the foundations for a life together in their new home.
This is how coronavirus changed their lives.
At least 107 people have been found to be infected with the new coronavirus after some of them attended Sunday services at a church in Frankfurt two weeks ago, according to German officials, highlighting the growing risk of new outbreaks of the...
The Wall Street JournalAt least 107 people have been found to be infected with the coronavirus after some of them attended Sunday services at a church in Frankfurt two weeks ago
Parts of western New York state are set to begin reopening, officials said Monday, as new data showed the contrast between how the new coronavirus has affected lower-income and wealthier neighborhoods in New York City.
The Wall Street JournalNew York City data show the contrast between how coronavirus has affected lower-income and wealthier neighborhoods
Some scientists looking for ways to prevent a return to exponential growth in coronavirus infections after lockdowns are lifted are zeroing in on a new approach: focus on avoiding superspreading events.
The Wall Street JournalResearchers say mass gatherings drove the explosive growth of coronavirus infections that overwhelmed hospitals in some countries
The Trump administration put new restrictions on two sets of Chinese entities—targeting one group that it says is pursuing military technology and another it says is aiding Beijing’s crackdown on China’s Muslim minority groups.
The Wall Street JournalThe Trump administration added 33 Chinese entities to an export blacklist of businesses and individuals that are considered to be national-security threats or engaged in activities contrary to U.S. foreign policy
A study of hospitalized patients with Covid-19 infections provided a sign that blood plasma transfusions from recovered patients improve survival rates, the largest research effort to date to shed light on the therapy’s efficacy.
The Wall Street JournalA study of hospitalized patients with Covid-19 infections in New York City provided a sign that blood plasma transfusions from recovered patients improve survival rates
Four doctors aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt warned in a memo to Navy medical officials in March that dozens of sailors would die of coronavirus if the entire aircraft carrier weren’t evacuated within 10 days, mirroring the urgency voiced by its...
The Wall Street JournalFour doctors aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt warned in March that dozens of sailors would die if the entire aircraft carrier weren’t evacuated within 10 days