Chicago health officials reactivated the city's COVID-19 travel advisory Tuesday due to an uptick in cases in Arkansas and Missouri.
Many Americans are resuming their pre-pandemic activities, like going to bars and restaurants, traveling and attending events, an AP-NORC poll shows.
"New York City public schools, 1 million kids, will be back in their classroom in September. All in-person, no remote," said Mayor Bill de Blasio.
This year's LA Pride Parade and Festival is going virtual for the second year in a row due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
On Tuesday, Los Angeles County became eligible to move into the yellow tier, California’s least restrictive on the state’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy, which eases more rules for businesses amid the ongoing pandemic.
Burning Man organizers announced Tuesday they are canceling this summer’s annual counter-culture festival in the Nevada desert for the second year in a row because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
India reported 314,835 new COVID-19 infections on Thursday, the world’s highest figure of daily cases since the pandemic began. The country is also facing dangerously low levels of oxygen and hospital bed shortages.
India’s two largest cities have imposed stringent restrictions on movement and one planned to use hotels and banquet halls to treat coronavirus patients.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled on Wednesday, April 14 against the Evers' administration capacity limits.
California, the most populated state is lagging the rest of the country in reopening schools — and in some cases offering options that parents say are unacceptable.
City officials again canceled the 420 cannabis celebration in Golden Gate Park due to state and local restrictions on large gatherings.
There's a rush to rebook weddings now that California is allowing more in-person events. The postponed ceremonies and pent-up demand now mean more competition for booking services and venues.
California lifted its limits on indoor worship services in the face of U.S. Supreme Court rulings that struck down the coronavirus public health mandates. However, the state still said indoor gatherings were “strongly discouraged” and advised limiting the numbers to 25% of a building’s capacity.
Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer is asking for more vaccines but the CDC director says that's a mistake and said shutdowns are necessary.
The San Francisco Unified School District will welcome some of its youngest students back to the classroom Monday. It's welcomed news for some parents who have dealt with more than a year of distanced learning.
Japan says it will raise the coronavirus alert level in Tokyo to allow tougher measures to curb the rapid spread of a more contagious variant ahead of the Summer Olympics.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Rochelle Walensky on Monday said youth sports and other extracurricular activities "should be limited" amid the coronavirus pandemic, saying outbreaks in young people have stemmed from those activities.
Authorities said violations included DUI, double riding, speeding, reckless vehicle operation, staging camps in illegal areas, blocking roadways, illegal use of fireworks and target shooting.
The NBA on Wednesday announced a new partnership that will make COVID-19 health screening technology available to all 30 teams and their arenas.
The San Francisco school board has reversed a much-criticized decision to rename 44 schools it said were linked to racism, sexism, slavery or other injustices.