Study suggests fetal coronavirus infection is possible

Researchers from Italy said Thursday that they studied 31 women with COVID-19 who delivered babies in March and April. They found signs of the virus in several samples of umbilical cord blood, the placenta and, in one case, breast milk.

Florida reports highest single-day jump in COVID-19 deaths

Florida marked another grim COVID-19 milestone Thursday when health officials reported 120 new deaths from the coronavirus -- the highest one-day jump yet amid a surge in new infections that continues to befuddle the state's attempts to contain the outbreak.

Coronavirus causes uncertainty for state lotteries

State lottery revenues do not make up a huge portion of a state budget. But because the monies are often directed to specific programs like education, environment or veterans programs, they can have an outsized impact when there are upticks or declines in sales.

Town prints own currency to boost coronavirus relief

Decades after it created a similar program during the Great Depression, the city is dipping into its emergency accounts to give people in need up to $300 per month in wooden currency to spend in town.