A map of where deaths due to the coronavirus have been reported so far in the U.S., organized by state.
If college is the most well-traveled and reliable pathway to the middle-class, why aren’t more students on it? Anthony Carnevale, director of the Center on Education and the Workforce at Georgetown University, tackled the question in the virtual forum, “Closing the Widening Gaps,” by the Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education and the Georgia Chamber of Commerce. The question is relevant in Georgia, where there’s been a concerted push to expand vo-tech options for high school students under the contention not all of teens need to go to college
After being tested by a third party, the EPA approved Pine-Sol’s original cleaner as an effective method of killing the coronavirus on hard surfaces.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is backtracking after posting new coronavirus guidelines on Friday that claimed COVID-19 particles can remain suspended in the air and travel beyond six feet.
We told you last week about the escalating town-and-gown tensions between Athens-Clarke County lawmakers and University of Georgia officials. This morning, Athens Mayor Kelly Girtz has asked Gov. Brian Kemp to make changes to his statewide order to help local authorities -- with cold weather and indoor socializing on the increase -- curb the coronavirus spread.
With its quirky European charm, classic German food and festive beer garden, Kurt’s and Vreny’s in Duluth was a longtime...
Britain’s top medical adviser says the country has, in a “very bad sense,” turned a corner on COVID-19 infection rates, with figures suggesting there will be an exponential growth in the disease unless action is taken.
For the most part, Atlanta’s homeless population has not been hit as hard by COVID-19 as one might imagine, largely because of aggressive precautions and early testing initiatives, experts said.
Amid the school reopenings, some Georgia schools withhold COVID-19 infection information from parents and teachers, the AJC reported. Parents and teachers say they need more detailed information to gauge the risk in their schools. Researchers could use the data to spot patterns and trends with COVID-19.
For parents worried about coronavirus cases at schools, Georgia school districts are required to report COVID-19 case data each week to the state Department of Public Health. Not all districts have shared this information with the public. For parents, teachers and others who want to request more information from their districts, the AJC asked an expert to suggest best practices for getting a successful response
A high school in a South Georgia county is stopping in-person instruction for 10 days because of high numbers of COVID-19 exposures.
The number of Georgia’s coronavirus cases has been steadily declining since late July but the numbers have drifted up for over the past several days. Coronavirus cases at several colleges in Georgia are down significantly. And there's signs the economy is rebounding from the depths of the coronavirus-triggered shutdown.
Delta Air Lines is promoting how safe it is to fly on the carrier but most passengers have not returned to the skies amid the coronavirus. Scientists and safety researchers are still trying to nail down how safe it is to board a plane during the pandemic amid scant studies and data.
Nursing homes scramble to get ready for family visitations
U.S. health officials on Friday dropped a controversial piece of coronavirus guidance and said anyone who has been in close contact with an infected person should get tested.
For Georgia mothers running for office with small children, life is a juggling act of virtual meetings, schools, work and campaigning.
A heavily criticized recommendation from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention last month about who should be tested for the coronavirus was not written by CDC scientists, according to a report.
Medicine helped prevent the need for breathing machines in hospitalized COVID-19 patients in the first large study that primarily enrolled Hispanics and Blacks.
While the Jewish New Year is celebrated starting at sundown Friday through nightfall Sunday, the gathering of friends and family won’t be the same during the pandemic.
Eating apples dipped in honey on Rosh Hashana is a Jewish tradition to symbolize a sweet start of the New Year. But in Israel, bitterness prevails on the eve of the holiday as the country faces a second nationwide lockdown to stem a raging coronavirus outbreak.
More than 30 million confirmed cases of the coronavirus have been reported around the world, according to the latest figures provided by Johns Hopkins University.
Go behind the scenes at Cafe Bombay, which has been a mainstay on Briarcliff Road for more than 15 years, as the Indian restaurant navigates doing business during the coronavirus pandemic.
Atlanta singer Nadia Vaeh planning soul-pop EP.
The federal government has no clear process for recovering undeserved Paycheck Protect Program loans.
A school board member’s recent comments about “whites” and the district’s reopening plans have rankled some DeKalb County parents, adding yet another layer to an already fraught discussion.
Georgia has surpassed 300,000 confirmed coronavirus infections amid hints that a decline in new cases may be leveling out.
The gulf between President Donald Trump and public health officials over wearing face masks keeps widening, undercutting medical experts who say consistent face covering is one of the best tools to fight the spread of the coronavirus.
While the coronavirus pandemic hasn’t let up in Georgia, flu season is fast approaching.
An updating count of reported coronavirus cases in Georgia with a county-by-county Georgia map and the latest news on responses to the virus outbreak in the state. From the Atlanta Journal-Constitution