- World Business Insider
Sweden, which refused to implement a coronavirus lockdown, has so far avoided a mass outbreak. Now it's bracing for a potential surge in deaths.
Sweden urged people to practice social distancing but left shops and restaurants open, contrasting with many countries across Europe and the world.
- Celebrity People
The supermodel and body image activist said that food is "one of the most important things" in her life right now
- Celebrity Yahoo Style UK
There aren’t many exes who would opt to self-isolate together, but the former spouses are proof it can be done.
- Politics Business Insider
Dr. Fauci says America getting back to normal and where it was before the coronavirus crisis 'might not ever happen' without a vaccine
"If you want to get back to pre-coronavirus, that might not ever happen in the sense that the threat is there," Fauci said.
- U.S. HuffPost
The Alton, Ill., mayor said his wife showed a stunning lack of judgment in violating stay-at-home orders intended to stop the spread of coronavirus.
- Health Inside Edition CBS
The government has advised that all people should wear masks or face coverings any time they leave the house, and with a shortage of masks, many people are being forced to make their own. Surgeon General Jerome Adams unveiled step-by-step tips for making your own mask, and now we can show you a way to make your mask more effective while using materials as simple as a paper towel. Other options include using dish towels and hand towels. Just make sure that you use a thick, dense fabric.