Gone, at least for now, are most in-person staff meetings and shared office spaces.
As Georgia COVID-19 cases seem to plateau, residents are wondering if it is time to widen their social circles.
It's a scenario many of us may experience in the weeks and months ahead: we get a phone call from our health department, telling us we may have been exposed by someone who has tested positive for COVID-19.
Summer camp is a rite of passage for millions of American youngsters. This year it's an experience many will miss because of COVID-19.
Memorial Day weekend is traditionally the start of the summer travel season. But, this year, Americans are weighing whether hitting the beach or the mountains is safe in the middle of a pandemic. The CDC suggests asking yourself several questions to determine whether traveling is a good idea for your and your family.
The pandemic has taken a heavy toll on Georgia's long-term care facilities. At Westbury Medical Care and Rehab in Jackson, Georgia, the staff had been preparing for months for this new virus. It slipped into the facility anyway.
Researchers at Emory University in Atlanta have found nearly all of the patients hospitalized with acute COVID-19 infections developed antibodies against the novel virus within six days of testing positive for COVID-19.
When we think about COVID-19, most of us automatically think of cough, or fever, or shortness of breath.
Restaurants across the US are beginning to reopen. But, how do you decide if it's safe for you to begin
For some COVID-19 survivors, the road to recovery feels more like a rollercoaster ride they cannot seem to get off.
At hospitals across Metro Atlanta, Emory psychologist Dr. Nadine Kaslow and her team are spending a lot of time walking the halls, visiting ICUs, and talking to frontline healthcare workers.
With a promising antiviral drug in short supply, hospitals across the country are vying for remdesivir. Trevor Conkey was one of the first Georgians to be given the drug back in March, when he became critically ill. He believes it helped him beat the odds.
Watching from Stone Mountain, Georgia, as a novel coronavirus began hitting nursing care facilities in Washington State, Isakson Living Chief Operating Officer Donna Moore knew she needed to move quickly.
A new model created by researchers at Georgia Tech projects Georgia could be in for a rough summer, when it comes to COVID-19 infections and deaths.
Melissa Browning is trying to stay focused on her long game: staying healthy until she can get a bone marrow transplant.
The New York City metropolitan area has been the epicenter of the novel coronavirus pandemic. It's not where Eliza Paris' Georgia-based family believed was the safest place to be for someone battling cancer.
If you’re pretty sure that virus that knocked you down a couple of months ago was this new coronavirus, but you want to know for sure, you’ll need to roll up your sleeve for an antibody test.
In Atlanta's Little Five Points community, people are trickling back out into the sunshine.
A Decatur 65-year-old is one of the first Americans to test an experimental vaccine against the novel coronavirus.
Amid the pandemic, doctors and nurses in hospital emergency departments are asking the same questions.