CORONAVIRUS: News Updates


Today's news on the global pandemic.

Today's news on the global pandemic.

Vice President Mike Pence and his wife Karen tested negative for the coronavirus again today (Monday). (USA Today)

The World Health Organization estimates that one-in-10 people worldwide may have been infected with COVID-19. (ABC News)

There are more than 35 million confirmed cases of COVID-19 globally with more than 1 million deaths. (Johns Hopkins)

In the U.S., there are more than 7.4 million confirmed cases and more than 209,000 deaths. (Johns Hopkins)

Donald Trump didn’t disclose his first positive COVID-19 test while awaiting a second one on Thursday. (The Wall Street Journal)

Claudia Conway announces she has coronavirus on TikTok. (New York Post)

White House not releasing number of staff infected by coronavirus. (Fox News)

Barr changes mind. He will quarantine for several days after potential coronavirus exposure. (The Hill)

Nine ZIP codes in New York City may shut down after COVID-19 spikes, mayor says. (NBC News)

As cold weather arrives, U.S. states see record increases in COVID-19 cases. (Reuters)

Trump urges Congress to pass new coronavirus stimulus. (CNBC)

Supreme Court hearings are moving forward, despite COVID-19 diagnoses for senators. (USA Today)

Biden still at risk after debating Trump at "peak of contagion." (Politico)