Jade Cunningham, WWL-TV

Jade Cunningham


New Orleans, LA, United States

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Recent articles by Jade:

'Immunity passports' for safe travel? medical experts say it's too soon

The belief is people who have recovered from COVID-19 are safe to fly because they’re safe from re-infection. → Read More

'I was so sick I died twice': Illness tied to COVID-19 affecting children across the country

Symptoms include prolonged fever, severe abdominal pain, a change in skin color and racing heart or chest pain. → Read More

Should businesses have to keep lists of customers to trace the coronavirus?

“No one wants Big Brother. This is the US, and so, we’re going to have to face as a society some really tough decisions...," one expert said → Read More

'We’re fighting this battle together as one'

A New Orleans nurse went to NYC to battle the coronavirus in one of the hardest hit areas in the country. → Read More

Twin brothers who beat COVID-19 donating plasma to help others

“Later on in life they're going to realize that maybe eight people lived and beat Coronavirus and COVID-19 because of them." → Read More

How to clean, care for your face masks

Don’t use a plastic bag to store or clean a mask. They’ll retain moisture and that can lead to bacterial growth. → Read More

People are losing sleep over the coronavirus; Tips for finally getting some rest

Limit daily naps, get outside every day and avoid screens and lights before bed time. → Read More

New Orleans nurse goes to NYC to help COVID-19 patients

“I'm not nervous about taking care of these patients that's not the issue, I just want to help and I hope I can keep up." → Read More

More people are giving out their personal info online & they might not realize it

“People might get into it because they are bored, so you have to keep your guard up at all times.” → Read More

Crescent City Classic will go on as a virtual race

Registered runners and walkers have until Saturday to go 6.2 miles in any location. Keep track of it and you’ll send your results to CCC organizers. → Read More

Should you wear a mask? New data may change the CDC's stance

CBS News medical contributor Dr. David Agus says it’s not meant to protect you, but to protect th → Read More

Diarrhea, loss of smell and appetite commonly reported in coronavirus patients

About 30% of cases in South Korea involved the loss of taste and smell. → Read More

Kids going virtual to stay social after coronavirus closes schools

“I do games with my class at school which is the same but it’s not exactly with them, but still pretty fun.” → Read More

Self-quarantine instead of a honeymoon: COVID-19 stops wedding plans in their tracks

Colorado couple Randi Cappelletti and Kyle Robinson should be busy putting final touches on their April 5th wedding. → Read More

A Letter to my son: Jade Cunningham

As I sit here watching you unaware of what’s happening outside, I keep asking myself the same question: what does the world look like for you going forward? → Read More

How to talk with your kids about coronavirus

Experts say it's important to talk with them about what's going on in the world to keep them from becoming anxious or scared. → Read More

2 conventions cancel New Orleans events, others keeping eye on coronavirus

March is a big month for events in New Orleans, and with coronavirus on the top of everyone's mind, here's what organizers are saying. → Read More

Tourism officials tell people to travel on facts, not fear

Worry is spreading in regards to the Coronavirus, but tourism leaders say there's no need to panic → Read More

Face masks and hand sanitizer are flying off the shelves, but do they work?

When buying hand sanitizer, look at the alcohol percentage. One with at least 60% will do the trick. → Read More

Avoid 'The Box' during Carnival? Some say 'no'

You don't want to be caught in it, because as the parades roll, you're boxed in with no easy way of getting out. → Read More