Gov. JB Pritzker announced a new resource to help people struggling to cope with the coronavirus pandemic.
About 2,100 people died on Friday — the highest daily death toll in the United States so far. Confirmed cases of the coronavirus have been reported in nearly every country around the world.
‘Nobody Wants To Go To Work And Feel Like They’re Gambling’: Nurses Weigh Principles Vs. Safety In Virus Fight
Even in the midst of supply shortages and changing guidelines, nurses say: “The majority of us are not willing to give up.“
We’re in shutdown mode for now, but what comes next?
Reset checks in with an infectious disease expert for the latest on COVID-19 and to answer your questions.
Reset talks with a Chicago pastor Marshall Hatch on how we can approach grieving during this unprecedented time.
Medical professionals and activists in Michigan join forces to demand an end to water shutoffs amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
As confirmed cases in these high-risk settings rise, some long-term care facilities are refusing to take back clients who have tested positive.
The CDC now recommends that people use cloth face masks in public to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
Reset checks in with Illinois farmer Kate Huffman to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on the agricultural sector