A grandmother, her daughter and her grandson all died within a week of one another and are sharing their story while asking the public to take COVID seriously.
A child traveling with his vaccinated parents became Hawaii’s first pediatric COVID-19 death, the Hawaii Department of Health announced on Tuesday.
The family of a woman from Oakland who died of complications from the coronavirus is sharing her story. They're hoping it may save some lives.
With just a simple phone call, loved ones can apply for reimbursement for COVID-19 funeral expenses. Here are all the details from FEMA on how to apply.
A surge in COVID-19 cases and deaths is hitting all regions of the world.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency will begin offering $9,000 to families who lost loved ones to COVID-19 in a massive effort to retroactively reimburse them for funeral costs. Applications for the money will open up on Monday.
The agency announced Wednesday it will cover up to $9,000 per funeral and that the application for reimbursement will open on Monday, April 12, 2021.
Air Force veteran Diane Drewes spent months hoping to receive a COVID-19 immunization. But her daughter says the call offering an appointment came only when Drewes was dying of the illness.
The total marks a 20% increase compared to the number of kids losing a parent during a typical year, researchers say.
Health officials in Indiana are investigating whether anyone was exposed to COVID-19 by Alabama residents after a fan reportedly died of COVID-19 following attendance of the NCAA Tournament.
A new report says U.S. deaths last year topped 3.3 million, the nation’s highest annual death toll.
Brazil topped 300,000 confirmed COVID-19 deaths on Wednesday, becoming the second country to do so amid a spike in infections that has seen the South American country report record death tolls in recent days.
A hospital in Missouri displayed thousands of blue pinwheels to mark one year since admitting their first COVID-19 patient.
Bill and Esther Ilnisky spent nearly seven decades together, traveling the world as Christian ministers and missionaries before settling down in Florida to preach. After both were hospitalized with COVID-19, they were put in the same hospice room, where they died just minutes apart from each other.
The memorial has tens of thousands of flags, each honoring a Texan killed by the virus.
One year into the pandemic, the Texas Health Hospital System pauses for a somber observance. It is also cautioning people the danger has not passed.
Sherry Nabors said her late husband, Jeff, wanted to get married knowing that he would soon die from COVID-19 days after being hospitalized with the virus.
Charley Torres, 35, used what little strength he had left to record a video from his hospital bed to express his love to his children before dying from COVID-19.
Both parents had tested positive for COVID, and were quarantined in the basement of their home when they were found dead.
Lottie Cotton a 73-year-old longtime San Francisco public school elementary school advisor, is one of the more than 500,000 people in the United States who have died of coronavirus since the pandemic first broke out last year, and now her family is hoping to be reimbursed for her funeral through a new program authorized last month.