First deny the problem, then say the solution is too expensive? The playbook here is all too familiar.
While it might seem wasteful to test the seemingly healthy, tracking antibodies could show how widely the virus has spread—and who may now be immune.
The *Comfort* and the *Mercy* won’t handle Covid-19 patients because of their close quarters. An ER doctor questions if they should be used at all.
Manufacturers are producing as many as they can to care for Covid-19 patients with breathing problems. Now the federal government is asking for even more.
The US president promised loans and tax holidays, but his crisis-adjacent plans didn’t offer much to support the health care system.
“Warzone” blends your favorite parts of “Apex Legends,” “PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds”, and “Fortnite” into a kickass stew.
As Covid-19 spreads, the pressure is on for drugmakers to get a vaccine to market. But it’s not that easy.
This amazing soccer trick has gone viral. But does it hold up to the laws of physics?
The patient was admitted to UC Davis Medical Center on February 19 but not diagnosed until the 23rd—raising concerns about testing capabilities and health care workers’ exposure to the disease.
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