"To win, we need to attack the virus with aggressive and targeted tactics," World Health Organization head Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says of the COVID-19 respiratory disease, which is now in nearly every country in the world.
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An empty polling place in Milwaukee last month, during a state and local primary election. Wisconsin is pushing forward with its April 7 election despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
President Trump turns away from Dr. Deborah Birx, White House coronavirus response coordinator, as she says she had a low-grade fever over the weekend and was tested for coronavirus.
A message on a sign placed in front of the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign, where tourists often line up to take photos, displays a message about social distancing due to the continuing spread of the coronavirus.
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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has ordered the closure of most retail stores and banned public gatherings of more than two in a stepped-up response to slow the coronavirus.
Gen. Joseph Lengyel, Chief of the U.S. National Guard Bureau, is seen here in 2018. More than 8,100 members of the National Guard have been mobilized across the U.S. to help during the coronavirus crisis.
There was already a severe shortage of doctors and nurses in rural America before the COVID-19 crisis — and the growing sector of traveling nurses and doctors might be part of the solution.
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General Motors has already started working with a ventilator company, Ventec Life Systems, to help it expand production of the essential medical equipment. Now it might start building the devices itself.
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