More than 14,000 people have died from coronavirus in the United States. Early research suggests there could be a decline in the number of new cases in more than a dozen states, but some areas still face desperate situations.
The death toll continues to rise in New York state with at least 779 deaths in just 24 hours, but hospitalizations, ICU admissions and intubations keep leveling off. The state is now facing growing scrutiny over whether state and local officials were slow to act.
Sheriff’s Deputy Shannon Bennett, 39, died from COVID-19 on April 3 after falling ill March 23. He proposed to his fiancé four months before his death.
South Lake Tahoe resident Jennifer Walker, 53, was booked on suspicion of felony vandalism.
The boy was found about 2,000 feet from his mother, Maeve Kennedy McKean, whose body was recovered Monday.