A man who contracted COVID-19 the same week he was set to be married refused to let the virus get in his way of tying the knot with his soulmate.
OAKLAND — Amador Angel Luna knows his Oakland neighborhood is at the heart of one of the Bay Area’s worst coronavirus outbreaks, so he does everything he can to protect himself. But as an essential worker living in a crowded apartment, there are some risks he can’t avoid.
SAN ANTONIO – After spending weeks in the hospital battling COVID-19, one San Antonio man is finally heading home.
Photojournalist Bill Caldera gives us an inside look at his remarkable recovery.
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Coronavirus success stories from around the world. South Korea, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Senegal, Ghana, South Africa, Slovenia, Poland and the Czech Republic .
From a woman whose symptoms started with a fever, to a man who said he was an inch from death, coronavirus survivors have begun speaking out about the worldwide pandemic.
There are now more than 1,000 COVID-19 cases in the United States, according to Johns Hopkins University data. Many of those patients have begun recovering from the disease.
For one coronavirus patient at ground zero of the outbreak, the journey from infection to recovery was a nightmare scenario that entailed multiple hospital visits, symptoms so severe he thought he would die and quarantine under police watch.
Tiger Ye — not his real name — is a 21-year-old student in Wuhan, the central Chinese city where the new virus first emerged.