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One Alaskan city, where almost every resident lives under the same roof, is especially vulnerable during a pandemic
In Whittier, Alaska, 80 percent of the residents live in the same building. Its city manager told Insider what social distancing looks like there.
Constant fear, missed milestones, and showers before hugs: The coronavirus is unleashing an agonizing ‘new normal’ on medical workers and ...
"If these are the final days I have with my husband, I don't want to live apart from him," said the pregnant wife of a medical resident in Louisiana.
USPS mail carriers say the service isn’t doing enough to protect them from the coronavirus and are mixing DIY sanitizer and buying gloves online...
The USPS says it has implemented a raft of measures to fight the virus. Two postal workers we spoke with said it hasn't materialized.
A Maine company that creates outdoor gear has become one of many US factories to pivot to producing urgently needed personal protective equipment.
Beyond a lack of immunity, testing mishaps and unproven treatments make the novel coronavirus pandemic a distinct challenge from a flu outbreak.
Americans stranded abroad complain that other countries are evacuating their citizens way faster than the US government is
The US has repatriated 30,000 Americans stranded abroad since January. Germany brought home about 42,000 of its citizens in just two weeks.
A Delta flight attendant describes what it’s like flying during the coronavirus pandemic with near-empty planes and ‘ghost town’ air...
"We're also on the frontlines of this crisis," he said. "Obviously not at the same level as doctors or nurses, but we're doing our best to keep people safe."
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer says Detroit will ‘lose a lot of people’ as Michigan’s healthcare system is ‘pushed to the brink’
Speaking with Insider, Whitmer demanded that President Donald Trump impose a uniform standard "as aggressive as the most aggressive state has been."
Amazon employees say a worker tested positive for novel coronavirus at Amazon warehouse where photo appears to show lack of social distancing
A worker at a fulfillment center in Jeffersonville, Indiana, has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, Amazon confirms.
3 disease experts reveal what surprised them about the coronavirus pandemic: not the outbreak itself, but rather the US’s lackluster response
Trump downplayed the coronavirus in late January. This week, his administration estimated that more than 100,000 US residents could die.