The U.S. didn't heed experts' warnings about the impending COVID-19 pandemic. We're now paying the price.
Georgia needs to take decisive action to fight the COVID-19 pandemic. The state government should order a statewide shelter-in-place.
The Red & Black asked University of Georgia students in Athens how the Athens Mayor and Commission's shelter-in-place ordinance has affected them.
The Senate stimulus bill is a good first step toward addressing the economic impact of COVID-19. But the federal government must do much more.
For a while, we'll need to make sacrifices to stop the novel coronavirus, but this should give us a new perspective of our college experience.
Georgia was supposed to have its presidential primary today, but the COVID-19 pandemic forced the state to delay. There's no guarantee the pandemic will be over when Georgia votes on May 19, but there are steps the state and citizens can take to make sure we can safely vote.
Younger people need to take the coronavirus seriously. Though not at risk of dying, they can hurt themselves and others by putting themselves at risk.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed life in Athens and around the world. The Red & Black asked University of Georgia students how the virus has affected them and if they are taking any precautions to protect themselves from the virus.
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The novel coronavirus has forced the University of Georgia to cancel spring commencement. The university should reschedule graduation ceremonies to properly honor the Class of 2020.
When I left for spring break, I thought I'd return to Athens soon. The novel coronavirus pandemic changed all that.
To stop the spread of the novel coronavirus, everyone needs to practice social distancing, including populations that are not at as much risk.
Mayor Kelly Girtz lays out his plans to combat the COVID-19 pandemic and gives advice to the Athens community.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the University of Georgia chapter of United Campus Workers of Georgia calls for policies to ensure fair and equitable treatment of UGA staff.
Georgia doesn't guarantee paid family and medical leave. That's a problem for low-income workers who can't afford to take time off.
The COVID-19 virus is a real threat to our communities. However, there are steps we can take to protect ourselves.