South Korea has reported 433 cases and its third death from the virus.
The state University at Albany is investigating whether an off-campus coronavirus-themed party violated the college's student code of conduct, the university confirmed Thursday.
As the number of cases rise — more than 76,000 and counting — fear is advancing like a tsunami. And not just in the areas surrounding the Chinese city of Wuhan, the site of the vast majority of coronavirus infections.
People who say they’ve heard a lot about the outbreak are more likely to say they’re very concerned about it, but high levels of concern are still rare.
Another 114 people reportedly died from the new illness, COVID-19, as health inspectors went door-to-door to attempt to find every infected person in the worst-hit city of Wuhan.
The viral outbreak that began in China has infected more than 75,000 people globally.
Public health officials on Wednesday were warning the public to be aware of scam products making false claims that they can prevent or treat novel coronavirus.
Hundreds of passengers are leaving today, and Japanese officials will spend the next three days conducting the disembarkation of about 2,000 others. The U.S. evacuated more than 300 people over the weekend.
FOX 5 NY got a look inside the lab at Regeneron Pharmaceuticals in Tarrytown, N.Y.
More than two dozen people are under voluntary quarantine in Westchester County.
The updated figures on the COVID-19 illness for mainland China bring the total for cases to 74,185 and deaths to 2,004.
In Arizona, a burgeoning Asian American community fields xenophobic calls about a planned night market featuring Asian street foods. In New York, a dim sum restaurant owner worries he won't make rent. In the San Francisco Bay Area, a local Asian American-owned restaurant chain is mulling temporarily shuttering one of its properties because of the downturn in trade.
For the millions stuck at home in China amid the coronavirus outbreak, it’s definitely time for a drink.
A hospital director who helped lead the fight against China's new virus has become one of its victims.
More than 300 American cruise ship passengers, including 14 who tested positive for coronavirus, were being quarantined at military bases in California and Texas on Monday after arriving from Japan on charter flights overnight.
Guy and his wife Milena Cerullo were expecting a honeymoon of a lifetime, a 30-day cruise around Asia on the Diamond Princess Cruise Ship. But coronavirus threw a wrench into their plans, and the pair are currently quarantined at an apartment at a California Air Force Base.
Registered runners who still want to participate in the 2021 race will need to pay entry fees. Donations received for the 2020 race would not be refunded, the organization noted.
The 14-day quarantine for those on the ship was due to end on Wednesday.
As the deadly coronavirus outbreak continues to ravage the country, pet owners in China are taking extra precautions for their furry friends.
China reported 143 virus deaths and a dip in new cases Saturday while the head of the World Health Organization praised the country's efforts to contain the new disease, saying they have "bought the world time" and that other nations must make the most of it.