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Wuhan was under lockdown for more than two months because of the coronavirus, and life there nearly came to a standstill.
Chinese social-media platform WeChat saw spikes in the terms ‘coronavirus,’ ‘shortness of breath,’ and ‘SARS,’ wee...
A study found discussions about SARS-like infections on WeChat in early December, raising questions about the timeline of the coronavirus outbreak.
A Wuhan seafood vendor believed to be one of the first coronavirus patients says ‘a lot fewer people would have died’ if the Chinese gover...
Wei Guixian, a 57-year-old seafood vendor in Wuhan, China, was among the first 27 people to be diagnosed with the coronavirus.
China took at least 12 strict measures to control the coronavirus. They could work for the US, but would likely be impossible to implement.
In China, COVID-19 infections have ground to a near halt, thanks to their fever clinics and free tests. Could America follow suit?
Countries may need to impose new lockdowns every 3 months until a coronavirus vaccine is available, an expert says
"What happened in Wuhan could happen repeatedly to a city," said Ben Cowling, an epidemiologist at Hong Kong University.
Job-posting website Indeed compared the number of postings from the first few months of 2019 to 2020. The results aren't good.
The probability of dying after developing coronavirus symptoms is 1.4% in Wuhan, China, new research suggests — far lower than initial estimates...
According to a new study of coronavirus cases in Wuhan, the chance a patient who shows coronavirus symptoms dies is 1.4%.
Medical workers in Wuhan reveal smiles behind their masks after the city closes its last temporary hospital that was panic-built to accommodate overfl...
The viral video, which has been viewed more than three million times, showed workers with smiles after the worst of the disease had seemingly passed.
These 5 tools for tracking the coronavirus provide up-to-date information to help you see which areas are most affected
Maps update with information on the virus in real time, while another tool lets you put in a train or flight number to see if you might have come into contact with the virus.
Tech-savvy students whose schools were shut down by coronavirus tried to avoid class by spamming the reviews on their remote-learning app to get it re...
In one day, students in Wuhan, China, gave more than 15,000 one-star reviews to the chat app DingTalk to try to get it removed from the App Store.