By AARON KATERSKY, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- A New York City couple was indicted Monday for allegedly faking their coronavirus infections in order to delay the husband’s drug trial.Devon Lewis and Blair McDermott are charged with felony counts... Read More.
By SASHA PEZENIK and ALI DUKAKIS, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- As COVID-19 cases have continued to surge across the U.S., so has the demand for testing.Diagnostics experts are now closely monitoring several concerning and converging vectors and what could be... Read More.
By JORDYN PHELPS, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- Even as President Donald Trump remained infected with the novel coronavirus and contagious, he returned to the Oval Office Wednesday, disregarding isolation rules and putting staffers at increased risk.White House chief of... Read More.
By GENEVIEVE SHAW BROWN, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- "Just throw them out." That's the message one mom has about bath tub toys that squirt water after her 2-year-old son suffered from severe cellulitis after getting water from a rubber bath... Read More.
BY: MINA KAJI, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- As people debate whether air travel is safe amid the pandemic, major U.S. airline CEOs are presenting new infection information about their employees."At United, but also at our large competitors, our flight... Read More.
By SARAH MESSER, VICTORIA HAFFNER and ANGELINE JANE BERNABE, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- Masks have become part of the new normal these days due to the coronavirus pandemic, but people still seem to be wearing them incorrectly, sometimes without covering... Read More.
By MEREDITH DELISO, ABC News(ATLANTA) -- Georgia has one of the highest COVID-19 infection rates in the United States, according to recent reports on per capita cases -- a data point Gov. Brian Kemp pushed back against on Wednesday.
By EDEN DAVID, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- As the COVID-19 pandemic rages on and more people get infected and recover, scientists continue to learn about the body’s protective immune response against the virus.Emerging evidence has suggested that COVID-19... Read More.
BY: DEVIN DWYER, ABC NEWS (WASHINGTON) — Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was discharged from a Baltimore hospital Wednesday after receiving treatment for a possible infection, a Supreme Court spokeswoman said. Ginsburg's release, coming less than 48 hours after she was admitted to Johns Hopkins Hospital,... Read More.
By DEVIN DWYER, ABC NEWS(WASHINGTON) -- Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was hospitalized Tuesday for a possible infection and is expected to remain for several days, according to a statement from the Supreme Court.Ginsburg experienced fever and chills on... Read More.