coronavirus

During a town hall meeting on Wednesday, Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson suggested gargling mouthwash as a viable treatment for COVID-19 saying, “Standard gargle, mouthwash, has been proven to kill the coronavirus.”

Several Tuskegee Study descendants joined an ad campaign to correct misinformation about the study and encourage Black people to be vaccinated as the Delta variant is on the rise.

Dr. Marcella Nunez-Smith says people shouldn't gamble with Covid-19 or their lives, reminding communities that vaccination remains the best protection as the pandemic continues.

The clinic is for people 16 years old and older. A photo id is required.

According to published reports, the Food and Drug Administration has officially approved the vaccine for the coronavirus after hearing the research materials and answering questions from Pfizer’s vaccine experts.

It's been a long nine months thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, but there is finally some light at the end of this tunnel in the form of multiple vaccine candidates.

There's a Trump-loving Pastor out in Virginia who is currently recovering from the coronavirus after publicly saying it wasn't possible to catch it because his faith in God inoculated him from the illness. Yeah, when life comes at you fast.

While the alarming numbers in COVID-19 cases are taking center stage, some promising news in vaccines provides hope. No, Donald Trump had nothing to do with it.

While some cities continue to party like its 1999 some areas are still fighting for their lives against COVID-19. One area is being slowly decimated. As spotted on Raw Story(via the Miami Herald), the city of Miami is seemingly losing the battle against the pandemic. According to the report, there is a huge race gap when […]

There’s now a hotline Marylanders can call to report anyone ignoring COVID-19 prevention guidelines. It’s all thanks to Maryland Emergency Management Agency, Maryland Department of Health and Maryland Department of State Police. By calling 1-833-979-2266 or emailing prevent.covid@maryland.gov, people can report situations where prevention guidelines are being ignored and there is a high risk of […]