Dr. Jonathan Winnickoff from Harvard Medical School talks to FOX 46 Brigida Mack about how smokers are more susceptible to the coronavirus. It's sponsored by The Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids
The top U.S. infectious disease official says medical experts are no closer to figuring out why some seemingly healthy people infected by the new coronavirus develop only mild or no symptoms but others become very sick.
While the entire state of North Carolina is under a stay at home order, some local governments are taking it a step further.
Bill Lapschies has been isolated in his room since first showing symptoms on March 5.
Sarah Stephens from Fast Med shows us how to properly wash our hands.
People with weakened immune systems are most vulnerable to contracting Coronavirus right now. Prime examples of that are sisters Alyssa and Jordan Magro.
Medic has confirmed that one of their field workers has tested positive for COVID-19.
It has been a worry for a lot of people: Will the coronavirus make it more difficult to get the medications and prescriptions that they need every day?
For some, they're part of the group of workers deemed essential during these times and for many, they rely on public transportation to get where they need to go.
A local golf course is playing it safe and providing a bit of an escape during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Mecklenburg County officials are reporting the second COVID-19 related death.
Hand sanitizer is a hot commodity nowadays. This NC distillery is making sanitizer instead of spirits.
Crews tell Fox 46 what they're doing to stay safe amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
So far nobody has been issued a citation or been arrested for violating the order.
Thousands of people across North Carolina are out of a job and are relying on unemployment benefits.
In Indian Trail, cars were still on the road when the statewide stay-at-home order took place at 5 p.m. Monday, but rush hour was nothing like what we normally see.
There are now nearly 1,300 cases of coronavirus in South Carolina and 26 deaths reported across the state.
The spread of COVID-19 has people turning to telehealth in order to see their doctors, but what if you're a parent with a question about your toddler who just can't seem to sit still for the virtual visit?
The coronavirus is a respiratory disease that affects your lungs. When your lungs aren’t working at 100% your heart has to work even harder.
Other measures include new weekday 6:30 p.m. closing hours for many locations.