The president made the remarks on Friday.
Starting this Friday, Costco says only two people will be allowed in their warehouses with each membership card.
Michelle Bennett's mother Carolann lived a life of service. She spent 38 years working as a nurse, and last week, at the age of 75, she died surrounded by them.
Tim Boyle, the president and CEO of Columbia Sportswear Company, cut his own pay to $10,000 a year while several company executives took voluntary 15-percent pay reductions.
Texas state troopers will patrol highways along the Louisiana state line and will require "everyone stopped" in those cars to self-isolate.
Delta Air Lines is offering free flights to medical volunteers who want to assist crews in COVID-19 hot spots.
A 90-year-old woman who had contracted COVID-19 at the the Life Care Center in Kirkland, Washington, which became an early epicenter of the nation’s novel coronavirus outbreak, was declared free of the disease on March 22.
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Coronavirus vaccine testing begins in people as U.S. researchers give volunteer first experimental shot in Seattle.
New York City will close public schools as early as Tuesday, sending over 1.1 million children home in hopes of curbing the spread of coronavirus.
Residents at a nursing home in Washington state where the coronavirus has killed more than two dozen people are like prisoners, families say.
Elizabeth Schneider, 37, told the global news agency Agence France-Presse that she had a mild case of COVID-19, adding she hopes publicly sharing her story will “give people a little bit of hope” as fear spreads seemingly faster than the novel virus itself.
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Cameras captured the moment Dorthy Campbell, 88, visited her husband of more than 60 years on Thursday, though they were still separated by a glass window.
During a coronavirus press conference, the director of a California county health department did something so many people do every single day, but it was also something she had just warned the public to not do -- she licked her finger before turning a page.
Missouri-Kansas City has joined Chicago State in canceling a trip to Seattle for a regularly scheduled Western Athletic Conference men’s basketball game this week over concerns about the spread of the coronavirus.
The death toll from the coronavirus in the U.S. has climbed to nine, with tensions rising over how to contain the outbreak.
Washington state health officials announced 3 new virus deaths, bringing the death toll to 5 in the state and U.S.
The Seattle Sounders beat the Chicago Fire 2-1 Sunday.
Officials in Washington state say a person has died of COVID-19, the first such death in the United States. The new virus is a member of the coronavirus family and is a close cousin to the SARS and MERS viruses that have caused outbreaks in the past. It can cause fever, coughing, wheezing and pneumonia.