Coronavirus Diary: A Nurse Shares Her Battle With COVID-19
Jennifer Gil kept a video diary throughout her two-week fight with COVID-19. An expert breaks down each stage of her symptoms and recovery.
The symptoms of COVID-19 can be mild, or deadly. But for Jennifer Gil and many more, they're somewhere in between. Jennifer is an ER nurse who contracted COVID-19 and recovered. She sent us daily video diaries showing what both symptoms and recovery can look like. We turned to an expert to review the videos and give insight on one person's battle with COVID-19.
Why Summer Didn't Slow Down COVID-19
Some experts had hoped summer would help control the pandemic. But COVID-19 cases are nearing record levels nationwide. Here's what happened.
Reshaped By Pandemic, Cities Claim Streets For More Than Just Cars
As people head outdoors this summer, cities help them to maintain safe distances by creating "slow streets," roads designed for more than just cars.
What Connects HIV And COVID-19? Their Impact On Black People
Dr. Anthony Fauci says pandemics expose how the American health care system fails black communities.
Families still don't know if relatives died in fire at migrant center
Mexican officials made arrests in connection to a fire that killed at least 39 migrants, but some families don't know if their relatives are dead.
Her dad is a Russian Air Force pilot, she’s an anti-Putin activist
A Russian woman in Chicago leads a group of fellow exiles against Putin and his war.
Why President Biden won't comment on Trump's indictment anytime soon
Commenting on the indictment of former President Donald Trump could have different political implications for President Joe Biden.