Hundreds of passengers are leaving today, and Japanese officials will spend the next three days conducting the disembarkation of about 2,000 others. The U.S. evacuated more than 300 people over the weekend.
The updated figures on the COVID-19 illness for mainland China bring the total for cases to 74,185 and deaths to 2,004.
A Scottsdale couple may be back in the U.S. from a cruise trip in Asia that was affected by the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak, but they, along with other American passengers on the ship, will have to spend two more weeks of quarantine at a military base.
In Arizona, a burgeoning Asian American community fields xenophobic calls about a planned night market featuring Asian street foods. In New York, a dim sum restaurant owner worries he won't make rent. In the San Francisco Bay Area, a local Asian American-owned restaurant chain is mulling temporarily shuttering one of its properties because of the downturn in trade.
For the millions stuck at home in China amid the coronavirus outbreak, it’s definitely time for a drink.
A hospital director who helped lead the fight against China's new virus has become one of its victims.
Calling it, “a new day,” Crystal River couple Gay and Phil Courter arrived back in the United States early Monday morning, two weeks after their quarantine began aboard their cruise ship in Japan, and still showing no signs of the virus themselves.
Registered runners who still want to participate in the 2021 race will need to pay entry fees. Donations received for the 2020 race would not be refunded, the organization noted.
The 14-day quarantine for those on the ship was due to end on Wednesday.
As the deadly coronavirus outbreak continues to ravage the country, pet owners in China are taking extra precautions for their furry friends.
A drug used to treat a type of coronavirus that only affects cats could be the key to treating COVID-19, the human coronavirus spreading across the world.
Facebook media relations chief Anthony Harrison says, “Our priority is the health and safety of our teams, so out of an abundance of caution, we canceled our Global Marketing Summit due to the evolving public health risks related to coronavirus.”
A second wave of flu is hitting the U.S., turning this into one of the nastiest seasons for children in a decade.
There are now 63,851 confirmed cases in mainland China, of which 1,380 have died.
Health officials in Arizona are keeping a close watch on the COVID-19 coronavirus, as it continues its rapid spread in China.
Officials have confirmed another case of coronavirus infection in the U.S. and this latest one is a U.S. evacuee from China in Texas.
The total deaths from the outbreak stood at 1,367 on Thursday, with the total number of confirmed cases mounting to 59,804.
Members of a Valley family who spent weeks stuck in Wuhan following the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak are finally back in the United States.
The number of reported cases of the novel coronavirus, now named COVID-19, seemed to be leveling off before Chinese officials announced a major change Wednesday.
Hong Kong health officials are investigating the possibility that the coronavirus may have spread through an unsealed pipe in an apartment building in response to one of the building’s residents having become infected.