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A New Jersey doctor is the first emergency physician to die from coronavirus in the US

A New Jersey doctor is the first emergency physician to die from coronavirus in the US

Frank Gabrin, 60, died in his husband's arms just days after he developed symptoms consistent with the virus. He was a two-time cancer survivor.        ... Continue Reading
Coronavirus live updates: US braces for 'horrific' weeks as deaths top 5,000; Los Angeles mayor tells residents to wear masks; Dow slumps

Coronavirus live updates: US braces for 'horrific' weeks as deaths top 5,000; Los Angeles mayor tells residents to wear masks; Dow slumps

More than 1,000 people died of coronavirus Wednesday, pushing the death toll over 5,000 and likely signaling the beginning of a "very painful" period.        ... Continue Reading
Coronavirus crisis, cruise ships' arrival, Storytellers Project: 5 things to know Thursday

Coronavirus crisis, cruise ships' arrival, Storytellers Project: 5 things to know Thursday

Michigan's governor will hold a coronavirus town hall, two more cruise ships are set to arrive in Florida and more news you need to know Thursday.        ... Continue Reading
Young doctor: I have coronavirus advice for people my age. Step back, stay healthy

Young doctor: I have coronavirus advice for people my age. Step back, stay healthy

What my generation does matters to older and medically vulnerable people, but also to us. We are susceptible to the coronavirus and can get very sick.        ... Continue Reading
The first US coronavirus patients are being treated with convalescent plasma therapy. Will it work? Not even the doctors know.

The first US coronavirus patients are being treated with convalescent plasma therapy. Will it work? Not even the doctors know.

Will it work? Convalescent plasma therapy has a mixed history of success, but doctors are willing to try amid ongoing efforts against the pandemic.        ... Continue Reading
California engineer ran train 'off the end of rail tracks' in attempted attack on USNS Mercy in Los Angeles, DOJ says

California engineer ran train 'off the end of rail tracks' in attempted attack on USNS Mercy in Los Angeles, DOJ says

A California man faces federal charges after officials say he ran a train "at full speed off the end of rail tracks" near the U.S. Naval Ship Mercy.       ... Continue Reading
National Burrito Day is here, and these deals and freebies still work in a time of quarantine

National Burrito Day is here, and these deals and freebies still work in a time of quarantine

Coronavirus is affecting National Burrito Day but the deal day hasn't been canceled. Get free Chipotle Queso Blanco plus free delivery and specials.       ... Continue Reading
Ali Wentworth, comedian and wife of George Stephanopoulos, tests positive for COVID-19

Ali Wentworth, comedian and wife of George Stephanopoulos, tests positive for COVID-19

The comedian and wife of ABC news anchor George Stephanopoulos confirmed her COVID-19 diagnosis, revealing that she's "never been sicker."        ... Continue Reading
Jim Edmonds confirms in an Instagram Story that he tested positive for COVID-19

Jim Edmonds confirms in an Instagram Story that he tested positive for COVID-19

Former MLB All-Star Jim Edmonds confirmed in an Instagram Story that he did test positive for COVID-19 and is now symptom free.        ... Continue Reading
Ellis Marsalis Jr., legendary jazz musician, teacher and patriarch, dies at age 85 of coronavirus

Ellis Marsalis Jr., legendary jazz musician, teacher and patriarch, dies at age 85 of coronavirus

Jazz musician Ellis Marsalis, patriarch of the famed jazz family, has died at 85. New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell confirmed his passing on Twitter.       ... Continue Reading

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