Can you catch the coronavirus twice? Here's what research says.

Recent media reports have claimed that some recovered Covid-19 patients have been reinfected with the coronavirus, sparking doubts about whether people can ever gain lasting immunity against the virus. But what does the evidence say?

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Map: America's 4 million+ coronavirus cases

As the number of reported coronavirus cases in America surged by more than one million in just 15 days—surpassing 4 million in total—HHS Secretary Alex Azar on Thursday renewed the federal government's public health emergency declaration for the epidemic.

Weekly line: Where Joe Biden stands on health care

America's coronavirus epidemic has put health care in the spotlight for the upcoming presidential election, with voters scrutinizing the candidates' plans for combatting the crisis and, more broadly, for protecting their access to health coverage and care. Here's what former Vice President Joe Biden, the Democratic Party's presumptive presidential nominee, has proposed.

Weekend reads: How 'Rosie the Riveter' is pitching in amid the epidemic

Uzbekistan announced it will pay tourists $3,000 to cover the cost of Covid-19 treatment if they contract the coronavirus during their trip, America just might need to start preparing for a "double" epidemic, and more.

Flu in the Southern Hemisphere has 'practically disappeared.' What does that mean for America's flu season?

Many countries in the Southern Hemisphere are reporting far fewer flu cases than in previous years—and health officials are attributing the decline to restrictions put into place to control the new coronavirus. Here's what that could mean for America's upcoming flu season.

Covid-19 roundup: HHS strikes 1.95M deal for doses of Pfizer's experimental coronavirus vaccine

Amazon extends its work-from-home policy for corporate employees into 2021, Uber launches system to share coronavirus-related data with public health officials, and more.

Around the nation: Walmart Health centers are coming to Florida

Walmart said the new, Florida-based health centers will offer primary care, dental care, and behavioral health services similar to those currently offered at Walmart Health centers in Arkansas and Georgia and planned future locations in Illinois, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Florida, New Jersey, and New York.