A look at how social distancing measures may have influenced trends in COVID-19 cases and deaths
As the United States marked another grim milestone with more than 4,000 COVID-19 deaths reported in a single day, federal disease trackers said research suggests that people without symptoms transmit more than half of all cases of the novel coronavirus.
The mutant variant of the novel coronavirus first seen in Britain is likely to be present in much of the United States.
The U.S. death toll from the coronavirus topped 300,000 Monday just as the country began dispensing COVID-19 shots in a monumental campaign to conquer the pandemic.
As coronavirus deaths soar across the country, deaths in communities that are home to colleges have risen faster than the rest of the nation.
The U.S. recorded 2,804 deaths on Wednesday, and newly reported infections topped 200,000 for the second time in less than a week.
More than 10 million Americans have been diagnosed with COVID-19 in the past 10 months, and with the start of winter just a month away, the virus shows few signs of slowing down.
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Professor and Virologist Andrew Pekosz on the surge in U.S. coronavirus cases, hospitalization and mortality in the current wave of illness, as well as coronavirus vaccine trials.
The United States recorded more than 100,000 new coronavirus infections in a single day for the first time on Wednesday.
Coronavirus infections soared this week to record levels, hospitalizations are up in almost every state, and now — predictably, but slowly — deaths are rising, too.
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Vice Dean Joshua Sharfstein on increased hospitalization and death from the latest surge of the coronavirus and the latest findings in COVID-19 vaccine studies.
Dr. Jennifer Nuzzo, lead epidemiologist for Hopkins' coronavirus resource center’s Testing Insights Initiative, on the challenges and confusion COVID-19 reporting inconsistencies create and what the next steps could be.