Donald Trump said mail-in ballots are fraudulent. Twitter said that wasn't the case.
“Nobody saw this coming,” said one health expert.
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These Charts And Maps Show Where The Coronavirus Is Surging Across The US — And Where It Is In Decline
While some states and counties are slowly recovering from the ravages of COVID-19, others face a growing number of new cases.
A Security Flaw In Qatar's Contact Tracing App Exposed Hundreds Of Thousands Of People's Personal Data
After it was found by Amnesty International, the bug was fixed by the app's developers.
Americans turned out in droves to enjoy Memorial Day weekend despite fears of a second wave of COVID-19 infections.
Having very different sex drives — especially right now — is more common than you think.
A Lake Of The Ozarks Memorial Day Pool Party Has Gone Viral After It Didn't Look Like Anyone Was Social Distancing
"Now that I think about it, probably not a great idea, but there [is] no law when you're drinking the Claw," one attendee explained to Buzzeko News.
The WHO Has Paused Human Tests On Hydroxychloroquine, The Drug That Trump Took, Out Of Safety Concerns
The World Health Organization made the announcement days after a study based on 96,000 patients linked the drug to higher death rates — and one day after Trump said he stopped taking it.
More than 1,000 people detained by ICE have tested positive for the Coronavirus so far.
Businesses are reopening in Missouri, but a local leader warned that’s only safe if contact tracers can keep up with potential exposures.
After failing to get through a Florida Keys checkpoint himself, Alexander Sardinas allegedly threatened to hurt a teen driver if she did not take him through.
New Yorkers Can Now Gather In Groups Of Up To 10 People As The Daily Coronavirus Death Toll Drops Below 100
“When you look at the trajectory of New York state, I do think that this type of [executive] order is justified,” a physician and public health scholar told Buzzeko News.
The social media platform is siding with scientists to stop the spread of harmful misinformation about the pandemic. If it can do it now, why wasn't it doing it all along?
"There is no such thing as safe," one infectious disease professor said. But"there are some things you can do to make it safer."
Here's What Public Health Experts Have To Say About Using Public Restrooms During The Coronavirus Pandemic
"You’re basically kind of going in, to use a cute term, 'a bioweapons factory' — so there is no safe. There's only things you can do to mitigate risk."
Violent protests erupted, extensive weather damage was suffered, and crowds started to assemble amid easing Coronavirus restrictions around the world.
The Coronavirus Canceled Ramadan Celebrations Around The World, So This Game Developer Re-Created Them In “Animal Crossing”
We couldn’t eat the food in front of us, but we could escape reality for a moment.
“The take-home pay is completely ludicrous for what we do.”
Bill Gates Conspiracy Theories Have Circulated For Years. It Took The Coronavirus Pandemic To Turn Him Into A Fake Villain.
After months of conspiracy-mongering, people around the world are demanding Gates be arrested for crimes against humanity. Here’s how things got so bad.
Employers May Soon Get Protected From Lawsuits While Workers and Customers Are Left In The Dark On Safety
“There is no playbook. There are no established best practices. This uncertainty is impacting our decisions.”
Buzzeko News wants to know how you're building out your quaranteam: who you're letting in, how you're deciding, and what complications are popping up.
Small Businesses Owned By Women And Minorities Are Struggling To Get Federal Loans During The Coronavirus Pandemic
The Small Business Administration was supposed to give guidance to lenders to prioritize underserved small businesses, but the agency’s inspector general found it did not.
The Director Of "Tiger King" Has Now Paid Restaurant Staff He Laid Off Due To The Coronavirus Pandemic
In April, former employees of Eric Goode told Buzzeko News their boss had the wealth and cultural influence to help them at a time when they need it most.
When India's Airports Reopen On Monday, They'll Be Pushing Travelers To Use The Government's Controversial Contact Tracing App
Downloading Aarogya Setu won't be mandatory to fly, but Indian authorities will be pushing it.
All the under-$5 essentials you need in your kitchen — plus exactly what to do with them.
The sun is out and the lockdowns are beginning to lift. But who is really worth the risk?
The Coronavirus Has A Mysterious “Loop” That Lets It Quickly Attack Human Lungs. Here’s How It Works.
How does a relatively common type of virus turn into one so deadly it could spur a pandemic? The answer may lie in its microscopic spikes.
We’ve spent more than three years preparing for an information apocalypse. Why couldn’t we stop it with the Coronavirus?
“If there was ever hope for this drug, this is the death of it.”