The 36-year-old man came back from vacation, tested positive for COVID, then noticed a blistering rash. He was soon diagnosed with monkeypox and HIV.
Instagram's pilot influencers are also feeling the stress of air travel chaos and airline staffing shortages
Pilots explain what it's like for the people working in the travel industry who bear the brunt of vacationers' disappointment and frustration.
Just under 40% of respondents in the YouGov poll said the United States is "very prepared" or "somewhat prepared" for another pandemic.
I spent a full day traveling to Florida for a Disney cruise but got turned away because my sister tested positive for COVID-19. Here's what happened.
Disney requires that cruise travelers are vaccinated against COVID-19 and test negative no more than two days before boarding.
I've been in prison for 19 years. I have fewer options to cope with my depression than other people, especially during COVID-19.
The author shares how lockdowns due to COVID outbreaks in prison have caused him and other prisoners to feel depressed and vulnerable.
My toddler is vaccinated against COVID. I can give her what she didn't know she was missing: her childhood.
The author shares how her youngest child was the last one to be fully vaccinated, and how the family at times felt left behind by the US.
About 80,000 tourists reportedly stranded in China resort city after authorities declared it a COVID-19 hot spot
Some 80,000 tourists are stranded in the Chinese resort city of Sanya after authorities put the area under lockdown calling it a COVID hotspot.
COVID risk on planes was 1 in 1,000 on a 2-hour flight at the beginning of the pandemic — and is probably higher now, research suggests
Dr. Arnold Barnett said COVID infection risk on planes is likely higher now than earlier in the pandemic because of fuller planes and no mask mandate.
A White House photo shows Biden's dog Commander keeping the president company as he recovers from COVID-19
President Joe Biden tested positive for COVID-19 on July 21. The Bidens' dog Commander has been keeping him company in isolation.
COVID-19 vaccine skeptic Alex Berenson was 'permanently' banned from Twitter, until Twitter reinstated him
Former NYT reporter Alex Berenson was "permanently suspended" from Twitter after describing the COVID-19 vaccine as a "therapeutic." He is now reinstated.
Moms who went through COVID breakups say solo parenting is much easier. For some, it feels like a 'cheat.'
After divorcing or breaking up with their partners over pandemic-related conflict, some women say they're surprised how much easier parenting has become.
Some seek a self-esteem boost after a year of stress and inactivity that led to weight gain. Others simply want to feel alive again after lockdown.
Former 'DWTS' pro Peta Murgatroyd reveals she had third miscarriage while husband Maks Chmerkovskiy was in Ukraine
Murgatroyd also recalled her first miscarriage to People, saying she felt "completely embarrassed" and "ultimately ashamed" at the time.
"He is asymptomatic, and he has not been in close contact with the President," National Security Council spokesperson Adrienne Watson told CNN.
Fashion-obsessed Shanghai residents flocked to luxury stores on the first day of the city's reopening after its brutal lockdown
"Revenge spending in Shanghai means long queues outside Hermès," said a user on China's Twitter-like Weibo platform.
"They play loud political propaganda messages as the soldiers get injected with the vaccines from China. They are calling it a 'vaccination of love.'" one resident told RFA.
Jeff Bridges says he was 'pretty close to dying' when he contracted COVID during chemotherapy: 'I was ready to go'
"The doctors kept telling me, 'Jeff, you've got to fight,'" said Bridges, who caught COVID-19 three months after he was diagnosed with lymphoma.
A university in Shanghai sparked ridicule after it moved its mandatory swimming test online amid the city's Covid outbreak
Students at some of China's top universities are reportedly required to master swimming as it is considered an essential survival skill.
State-sanctioned killings see a 'worrying' 20% global increase with China, Iran, and Saudi Arabia leading as 'the world's most prolific executioners:' report
The "worrying rise" comes after the repealing of COVID-19 restrictions that slowed down judiciary processes, according to the organization's review.
"Traditional treatments are the best!" a woman, who claimed her children gargle with salt water twice a day, told state broadcasters.