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62,000 healthcare workers in the US have tested positive for the coronavirus, the CDC says. The number is likely far higher.
It is the first CDC update in six weeks, in which time the number of US healthcare workers infected with COVID-19 has increased sevenfold.
Nonstandardized data, a built-in lag in reporting, and political pressure contribute to the CDC's incomplete picture of COVID-19.
The CDC is warning doctors about the mysterious inflammation disease found in children and linked to COVID-19
The CDC issued an advisory about a "multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children" associated with the coronavirus and recorded in multiple countries.
An infamous Washington choir practice led to 53 COVID-19 cases and 2 deaths — and could have been down to a ‘super-emitter’ in the c...
53 of 61 people who sang with the Skagit Valley Chorale in March were infected, and the CDC says it shows what can happen with no social distancing.
The first 17 pages of the expert guidance was initially released by the AP on May 7, after the White House killed its release on April 30.
Redfield said the CDC and WHO have a "long history of working together," and that would continue moving forward.
Countries, cities, and health authorities all over the world are reconsidering their coronavirus advice that most people don’t need to wear mask...
Health authorities in Europe and the US had said that wearing a mask was not effective protection for most people. Now some may change that guidance.
The CDC is said to be considering asking people to cover their face in public — but would reserve masks for medical workers
So far, the CDC advises social distancing, handwashing, and staying home as the main ways to avoid the coronavirus. Medics have lacked equipment.
Microsoft and the CDC have built an AI-powered coronavirus chatbot that can help you figure out whether you need to go to the hospital
The CDC's tool helps people in the US determine if they should seek medical treatment, but isn't meant for the diagnosis or treatment of COVID-19.
Nearly 30% of US coronavirus cases have been among people 20-44 years old, the CDC says — showing that young people are getting sick, too
While older age groups have higher death rates, the CDC's numbers show that younger people are far from immune to COVID-19.