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Workers manufacture face masks at a workshop in Bogota, Colombia, Wednesday, April 29, 2020. Oscar Henao a taxi driver by profession and his partner Adan Fajardo, owner of the small packaging workshop, created the plastic protection mask model they called the

Drug proves effective against virus as economic damage rises

Apr. 29, 2020 10:53 PM EDT

Scientists on Wednesday announced the first effective treatment against the coronavirus — an experimental drug that can speed the recovery of COVID-19 patients — in a major medical advance that came as the economic gloom caused by the scourge deepened in the U.S. and Europe. The U.S. government said...

This image released by Forest Lake Camp shows swimmers and kayakers on the lake at the camp in Warrensburg, N.Y. Summer camps have begun to notify families that they won’t open due to the coronavirus crisis. Most, however, are in wait-and-see mode as parents who rely on camp for child care as well as child fun try not to panic. (Forest Lake Camp via AP)

Summer camps facing rocky start, uncertain future

Apr. 10, 2020 10:42 AM EDT

NEW YORK (AP) — For 17-year-old Morgan Carney, missing her seventh summer at overnight camp in the Ozarks would be worse than what she's feeling now in isolation without her school friends and usual slate of activities. “She says she can’t even think about not going to camp this summer or...

Virginia bus service will suspend rides starting Friday

Apr. 9, 2020 6:27 AM EDT

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — A bus agency connecting Virginia cities to Washington, D.C., announced plans to suspend service, since not enough customers are taking rides during the coronavirus pandemic. The Virginia Breeze will suspend all long-distance services starting Friday, the state’s Department of...