Governors and mayors are ratcheting up mask mandates and imposing restrictions on small indoor gatherings that have been blamed for accelerating the spread of the coronavirus.
A top Cleveland Clinic official says some Ohio hospitals are running out of ventilators due to the worsening COVID-19 outbreak and a sharp increase in hospitalizations.
Researchers from Oxford in England have discovered that people infected with the coronavirus are also at risk of developing a psychiatric disorder.
The United States Department of Agriculture says you should not be washing your turkey, or any meats for that matter.
Chicago Public Health Commissioner Dr. Allison Arwady discusses a potential vaccine rollout, Thanksgiving restrictions and the city's testing system.
The year 2020 has been the worst year ever for Americans’ sleep, according to new research.
AstraZeneca said Monday that late-stage trials showed that its COVID-19 vaccine with Oxford University was up to 90% effective in preventing disease.
Rest in peace, Pat Quinn. The "Ice Bucket Challenge" raised more than $200 million for ALS-Lou Gehrig's research. It was one of the first truly viral social media phenomenons.
A FDA advisory committee is set to meet Dec. 10 to discuss Pfizer’s request for an emergency use authorization for its developing COVID-19 vaccine.
America might reach herd immunity from the coronavirus sometime around May, according to a timeline laid out by Operation Warp Speed's top science adviser.
The FDA has approved two more monoclonal antibody treatments for people with mild to moderate cases of COVID-19.
Singer and Chicago native Jeremih is reportedly out of the ICU after battling COVID-19 for an unknown amount of time, according to TMZ.
Housing Secretary Ben Carson is crediting unapproved, experimental treatments with saving his life after saying he became “desperately ill” following his infection with the coronavirus.
On Saturday, the Illinois Department of Public Health reported 11,891 new confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 in Illinois, including 127 additional deaths.
President Trump on Friday claimed the U.S. would not have a coronavirus vaccine on the way had he not been in the Oval Office to oversee its development.
Illinois' health director says the state will receive 400,000 doses in the first round of vaccine distributions, and those doses will be spread out equally across all communities.
In a press release, the WHO said there is currently “no evidence that remdesivir improves survival and other outcomes in these patients.”
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has set a public meeting on Dec. 10 to discuss approving Pfizer and BioNTech’s experimental COVID-19 vaccine and will livestream it on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.
Over the past 24 hours, the country reported more than 187,000 new COVID-19 cases and 2,015 virus deaths. A record 80,000+ people are also currently hospitalized with the virus.
Alexis Rose Veit began feeling ill on Oct. 26, according to a Facebook post written by Travis Holder, director of Ballard County Emergency Management.