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The vice president said he and his wife would be tested for the coronavirus, after an aide in his office was diagnosed with respiratory illness.

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Attempts by cities, counties and states to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus are forcing child welfare services, foster agencies, family courts and parents to make difficult decisions.

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The first woman to receive the experimental treatment says she was driven to volunteer for the Phase 1 trial out of a sense of helplessness.

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It's too soon to know if the antiviral compound tested in 2014 as a potential Ebola treatment will hobble the coronavirus. Lab tests show promise, but studies in people with COVID-19 have only begun.

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People with compromised or supressed immune systems are especially vulnerable to the coronavirus. They are figuring out how to get by during this time of heightened concern about infections.

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