This is not the time for conspiracy theories, especially when we have a horrible celebrity as the head of the U.S. federal government at the worst possible moment imaginable.
California's 40 million residents are not allowed to leave home except when necessary, such as for seeking health care and purchasing groceries.
Like hurricane season, this moment of preparing for and hoping to avoid what could be catastrophic can exacerbate the stress and anxiety that pregnant Black people feel. There are actions and options to alleviate these trauma responses.
From temporarily closing their stores to reducing store hours to limiting their delivery options, companies such as Sephora, Apple and Amazon are adjusting their business models in the face of this pandemic.
However, Baby Boomers are still more likely to die from the virus.
Executives explain how consumers and small businesses can navigate this difficult time.
Here's some social distancing, family-style!
Jails and prisons, already notorious for horrific healthcare, are potentially on the brink of an even greater human rights crisis as COVID-19 moves behind bars.
ESSENCE spoke with "Nightly News" host Lester Holt about an NBC special that seeks to stop the spread of misinformation on COVID-19.
Goldberg decided to practice some social distancing by co-hosting the daytime talk show from her New Jersey home.
As tensions continue to rise in the midst of the coronavirus crisis, California residents have been calling 911 to report coughing neighbors.
Everlywell, which offers home testing kits for things like food sensitivity, is expected to roll out its coronavirus test starting March 23.
Zöe Kravitz, Maya Rudolph & Leslie Odom Jr. Among Celebs Who Sang 'Imagine' To Lift Spirits Amid Coronavirus Outbreak
The celebrity chorus was started by "Wonder Woman 1984" star Gal Gadot.
The bill ensures that people who are employed in places with less than 500 employees will receive paid benefits while on leave.
Liesha Jones found out via e-mail that someone in her office had contracted the virus before she started feeling ill herself.
The number of coronavirus cases across the world has passed 200,000, as governments work to combat the viral spread.