As the world takes a pause during the coronavirus pandemic, one thing hasn’t stopped: mother nature in all its glory. There is less pollution, improved air quality and more animal sightings. Which means the COVID-19 crisis is serving as a peek at how things can be if we tackle the climate change crisis now.
The culture war has a new battleground.
It has been the worst week yet in terms of the number of deaths due to the coronavirus in the United States. Dr. Juan Rivera, Univision’s Chief Medical Correspondent, joins us to talk about how we got here, where we are going, and why this virus is so deadly for Latinos.
Coronavirus is challenging Latin America like nothing before. We hear from citizen correspondents in Brazil, Haiti, Mexico, Bolivia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Venezuela, Colombia, and Costa Rica. #Covid19
His photos captured the despair behind the family separation policy. Now, Getty Images Special Correspondent John Moore is documenting another crisis: the impacts of Coronavirus on the U.S. Hear how he’s covering the “war like” epidemic and what it’s like on the front lines.
Coronavirus has closed college campuses across the country. The shutdown is affecting low-income students the most. Here are their stories.
Undocumented migrants need to get tested for COVID, but here’s why some think that’s scarier than the virus itself.
The World Health Organization has officially declared the coronavirus outbreak a pandemic. How far behind is the U.S. on testing? We spoke to a public health scientist and epidemiologist about the impact this could have.
Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez has made his MLS debut as the league celebrates its 25th anniversary. The Mexican superstar and captain of the LA Galaxy hopes to help lead the team to the MLS Cup while also settling down in the U.S. where he can be closer to family.