Julie Loncich, WCVB-TV Boston

Julie Loncich

WCVB-TV Boston

Boston, MA, United States

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Recent articles by Julie:

COVID-19 survivor thankful for 'giving me another chance'

The 57-year-old first tested positive for COVID-19 in late March, and was on ventilator for 30 days in a medically induced coma. → Read More

Mass. teacher describes battle with COVID-19

Kevin Lasit, the Sandwich High School drama club director, battled a relentless fever for 11 days until a family friend and nurse urged him to get to the hospital. → Read More

Mass. woman, 84, dances to celebrate recovery from coronavirus

The mother of five and grandmother of seven got her groove on after overcoming COVID-19. → Read More

Mass. among 13 states reporting cases of Kawasaki syndrome

At least four children in Boston are being treated for the rare pediatric inflammatory illness that is possibly linked to the coronavirus. → Read More

Why are Mass. coronavirus cases still high despite social distancing?

Dr. Shira Doron, an epidemiologist at Tufts Medical Center, says it's important to remember each infected coronavirus patient is transmitting to at least 2-3 others exponentially. → Read More

3 Boston doctors from same family overcome coronavirus infections

Two brothers and their 82-year-old father, who nearly died during his battle with COVID-19, all quarantined together after they fell ill around the same time. → Read More

Mass. golf course owners on drive to reopen amid COVID-19 crisis

They are furious that people are able to hit the links in neighboring states during the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Boston City Councilor Wu tests positive for COVID-19 antibodies

She says she has probably been infected with coronavirus, but did not even know it. → Read More

How a Boston wedding band is adapting during coronavirus pandemic

Their manager suggested performing virtually, and now requests have come in all the way from California. → Read More

Mass. couple gets married at hospital as bride starts cancer treatment

The coronavirus pandemic added another difficulty, but they were able to make their dream come true. → Read More

Mass. research institute designs new nasal swabs amid pandemic

The Wyss Institute at Harvard University is trying to boost coronavirus testing locally and all around the world. → Read More

Lowell nurse producing pictures of loved ones for coronavirus patients

She wanted to do more for hospitalized COVID-19 patients, who have been isolated from their family and friends during the pandemic. → Read More

Whitman girl raising money for local food pantry with inspirational signs

The food pantry cannot safely accept food donations during the coronavirus pandemic, but a 14-year-old has found a great way to help. → Read More

Harpist at Boston hospital plays daily for long-time volunteer

When they were each forced to stay home, they each yearned for a sense of normalcy, which now comes in the form of a daily FaceTime call. → Read More

Boston school bus drivers, monitors delivering meals to students

While schools are shut down amid the coronavirus pandemic, bus drivers and bus monitors are finding a way to make a difference. → Read More

Teachers, classmates hold parade for Plymouth girl ahead of brain surgery

Olivia Tassinari, a 5-year-old kindergartener, got an amazing show of support as she faces one of the scariest days of her life. → Read More

Cancer patients in Mass. feeling strain of coronavirus pandemic

One oncologist says urgent surgeries are still being performed, but chemotherapy and radiation treatments may be on hold following those procedures. → Read More

Easter, Passover plans upended by coronavirus pandemic

This is usually the time of year when families come together, but the COVID-19 outbreak has forced people to adapt. → Read More

Coronavirus crisis leads to spike in pet adoptions in Mass.

The MSPCA says animal adoptions are 25% higher than normal during the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

BIDMC seeking treatment of respiratory failure linked to coronavirus

Doctors say there is some optimism that the treatment could cut down on the demand for ventilators during the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More