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The logo of the World Health Organization (WHO) at its headquarters in Geneva. The organization says the coronavirus is primarily transmitted "through respiratory droplets and contact routes," not airborne transmission.
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Athletes who play NCAA spring sports whose seasons were truncated by the coronavirus outbreak will be eligible for another season. This photo shows Purdue Fort Wayne's Rachel Everson playing softball in March.
Aetna was the first insurer to announce its plan to help shield patients with COVID-19 from high medical bills. But out-of-network charges and other surprise bills remain a risk, say advocates for patients.
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With the coronavirus outbreak taking hold in the U.S., thousands of flights have been canceled — but on Sunday, there were still 2,800 planes in the air, according to aviation site Flightradar.com
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The U.S. Navy hospital ship Comfort is welcomed to New York City by Charlene Nickloan, waving a flag from the Matthew Buono war memorial in Staten Island, N.Y., on Monday.
An 1887 self-portrait by artist Vincent van Gogh from the Musée d'Orsay in Paris. Another van Gogh painting was stolen from a Dutch museum early Monday morning.
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U.S. Marine Corps recruits at Parris Island shown in 2018. The Marine Corps announced Monday that it was suspending shipments of marines for basic training to Parris Island over concerns about coronavirus infections there.
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