Andom Yosef, 38, works at Smithfield Foods pork processing plant in South Dakota, one of the countrys largest known coronavirus clusters. Yosef tested positive for COVID-19.
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Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, speaks during a news conference at the White House on April 16.
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An illustration shows spiky antigens studding the virus's outer coat. Tests under development that look for these antigens might be faster than PCR tests for diagnosing COVID-19, proponents say. But the tests might still need PCR-test confirmation.
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Volunteers give out groceries at a drive-thru Three Square Food Bank emergency food distribution site in Las Vegas in response to increasing demand amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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This Bornean horseshoe bat and other bat species can harbor coronaviruses. The nonprofit group EcoHealth Alliance had U.S. government funding for an ongoing research project in China on bats and coronaviruses — until the money was cut on April 24.
A booth was taped off to ensure social distancing at a coffee shop in Woodstock, Ga., on Monday, as Gov. Brian Kemp eased restrictions in the state and allowed dine-in service.
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A project in San Francisco to estimate spread of the coronavirus in hard-hit neighborhoods has expanded testing to everyone over age 4 in a broad swath of the Mission District this week, including at a pop-up site at Garfield Square.
People enjoy the Rock Creek Park in March in Washington, DC. While many Americans are following social distancing guidelines, others are not, and that worries people concerned about the spread of the coronavirus.
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