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Madeline Farber

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Recent articles by Madeline:

Early symptom of coronavirus might be digestive issues: study

Could diarrhea and other gastrointestinal issues be the first signs of the novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19? → Read More

Maryland reports first coronavirus death

The governor of Maryland on Wednesday announced the state’s first death from the novel coronavirus or COVID-19. → Read More

Coronavirus infects Ohio 2-year-old, the youngest in the state to contract the illness to date

A 2-year-old boy in Ohio has contracted the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, according to local reports. → Read More

Oklahoma sees first coronavirus death in Tulsa

An Oklahoma resident has died from the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, marking the first such death in the state. → Read More

Coronavirus live blog: Primary care physician Dr. Nate Favini answers your questions

Primary care physician Dr. Nate Favini answers your coronavirus questions. → Read More

Coronavirus could live in the body for 5 weeks, study finds

After learning how long the novel coronavirus can live on surfaces, researchers now have an idea of how long the virus can live inside the bodies of those infected by it. → Read More

Ways the coronavirus outbreak could end, according to experts

How will the coronavirus outbreak end? → Read More

Mayo Clinic develops coronavirus test to ‘help ease some of the burden’ on CDC, state labs

As the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and state laboratories grapple to keep up with the seemingly growing demand for coronavirus testing, the Mayo Clinic has developed its own test for the novel virus. → Read More

California official briefing on coronavirus licks her fingers moments after warning not to touch your face

The idiom “Do as I say, not as a I do” could not be more true for one health official in California. → Read More

North Carolina's first coronavirus case has ties to outbreak at Washington state nursing home: officials

The first case of the novel coronavirus in North Carolina has ties to a nursing home in Washington State that is currently at the center of a deadly outbreak of COVID-19 in the U.S. → Read More

Coronavirus quarantines more than 2 dozen Washington State firefighters

More than two dozen firefighters in Washington State have been quarantined after they were possibly exposed to the novel coronavirus, which has killed at least six people in the state to date. → Read More

Georgia confirms first 2 coronavirus cases

On Monday, Georgia health officials reported the state's first two cases of the novel coronavirus. → Read More

Illinois sees 4th coronavirus case in woman in her 70s

Illinois health officials on Monday announced the state’s fourth case of the deadly coronavirus in a woman in her 70s. → Read More

CDC lab for coronavirus test kits may be contaminated: report

The Trump administration has reportedly ordered an investigation into a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) lab in Atlanta that was in charge of assembling coronavirus test kits after a scientist with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) raised concerns that the lab itself may be “contaminated,” possibly leading to faulty test kits, according to reports. → Read More

Wuhan coronavirus evacuee released from quarantine in Texas later tests positive for virus: officials

A person in San Antonio, Texas who was released from quarantine by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) later tested positive for the novel virus and is now back in quarantine, according to the city’s mayor. → Read More

Coronavirus fears prompt New Hampshire school to ask students, staff back from Europe trip to stay home

Amid rising global cases of the novel coronavirus and at least two deaths in the U.S., officials with the Kearsarge Regional School District in New London, New Hampshire are asking students and staff who recently returned from a school trip to Europe to stay home. → Read More

1st coronavirus case of unknown origin in US was hospitalized for days before being tested: officials

A Northern California woman who is the nation’s 1st coronavirus case of unknown origin was hospitalized for days before she was tested for the novel virus, according to the hospital where she initially sought treatment before transferring to UC Davis Medical Center. → Read More

Coronavirus fears in UK prompts school to close after students return from Italy ski trip

A top private school in the United Kingdom has temporarily closed over fears the novel coronavirus could spread there. The closure was prompted after a group of students and staff at Cransley School in Northwich, England, returned from a ski trip in northern Italy, which has experienced a surge in coronavirus cases in recent days. → Read More

Denmark sees first coronavirus case in man returning from Italy vacation

Denmark has officially confirmed its first case of the novel coronavirus. → Read More

Some discharged coronavirus patients in China test positive for second time: report

Some patients in China’s Guangdong Province who were treated for the coronavirus and were discharged later tested positive again for the novel virus, which has sickened some 82,000 people globally and claimed more than 2,800 lives as of Thursday. → Read More