President Trump warned on Saturday that the coming days will be some of the worst for the coronavirus outbreak. Modeling shows New York, Detroit and New Orleans will hit the peak of their outbreaks in the next week. Photo: Bryan Smith/Zuma Press
The U.S. may advise people in coronavirus hot spots to wear cloth face masks, a $350-billion loan program for small businesses launches today and cases world-wide surpass one million. WSJs Lorie Hirose has the latest on the pandemic. Photo: Ringo Chiu/Zuma Press
Beijing is emerging from a roughly two-month coronavirus lockdown, forcing people to adapt to a new way of life. WSJs Julie Wernau shows us how shes changed her daily routine to protect herself from the virus. Photo composite: Crystal Tai
Vice President Mike Pence on Tuesday called the New York metropolitan area high-risk and urged anyone who recently traveled out of the region to self-isolate for 14 days to avoid the spread of the novel coronavirus. Photo: Eduardo Munoz Alvarez/Getty Images
President Trump declared a national emergency Friday to combat the spread of the new coronavirus. He said there would be a half-million additional tests available to Americans early next week. Photo: Saul Loeb/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images
As coronavirus spreads across the world, countries are setting up drive-through clinics to make it easier for their citizens to get tested. WSJs Andrew Jeong visited a test site in South Korea to see how it works. Photo: Denis Bosnic for the Wall Street Journal
Satellite data from NASA show a significant drop in pollution levels over China after large parts of the country were shut down because of the coronavirus. WSJ explains how some analysts are tracking air quality to measure the economic impact of the epidemic.