The updated figures on the COVID-19 illness for mainland China bring the total for cases to 74,185 and deaths to 2,004.
In Arizona, a burgeoning Asian American community fields xenophobic calls about a planned night market featuring Asian street foods. In New York, a dim sum restaurant owner worries he won't make rent. In the San Francisco Bay Area, a local Asian American-owned restaurant chain is mulling temporarily shuttering one of its properties because of the downturn in trade.
A hospital director who helped lead the fight against China's new virus has become one of its victims.
More than 300 American cruise ship passengers, including 14 who tested positive for coronavirus, were being quarantined at military bases in California and Texas on Monday after arriving from Japan on charter flights overnight.
There are now 63,851 confirmed cases in mainland China, of which 1,380 have died.
Officials have confirmed another case of coronavirus infection in the U.S. and this latest one is a U.S. evacuee from China in Texas.
The total deaths from the outbreak stood at 1,367 on Thursday, with the total number of confirmed cases mounting to 59,804.
The number of reported cases of the novel coronavirus, now named COVID-19, seemed to be leveling off before Chinese officials announced a major change Wednesday.
Hong Kong health officials are investigating the possibility that the coronavirus may have spread through an unsealed pipe in an apartment building in response to one of the building’s residents having become infected.
Health officials say the number of new cases of the coronavirus in China has dropped for a second day.
Angela Jourdan, Enchanted Bridal Boutique owner, says brides getting married this year should not put off ordering their gowns.
The new disease is caused by a coronavirus that was first identified late last year in China.
Passengers left Tokyo in January and were scheduled to leave the ship last week. Instead, one woman struggled to get her father the medicine he needs. On Tuesday night, the medication finally arrived.
Nearly 200 evacuees Tuesday ended their two-week quarantine at March Air Reserve Base in Riverside County where they had been living since flying out of China during a deadly viral outbreak.
Currently, there are no confirmed cases of coronavirus in Texas.
As the coronavirus continues to spread in China and beyond, here’s a look at how the outbreak could impact business and tourism in the U.S.
The deadly virus outbreak in China has people all over the world on edge. Dr. Oz weighs in on the coronavirus. Link: doctoroz.com
China's mainland death toll rose to 908, while a total of 40,171 confirmed cases vastly exceeds the 8,098 sickened by SARS.
We have a first-hand look at how authorities in the city of Wuhan in China have been trying to contain the deadly, fast-spreading coronavirus.
A 60-year-old diagnosed with coronavirus in Wuhan, China, has reportedly become the first U.S. citizen to die of the virus.