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New York Times - This spring, researchers at Regeneron’s Westchester headquarters found themselves in one of the country’s first coronavirus hot...

  • Proud of the work we do at Regeneron. I hope the 1000s of hours that have already been spent on finding an antibody cocktail will eventually be the treatment that will get us out of this mess. https://t.co/Uu9Op9NyjY

New York Times - The agency also explained more directly that people without symptoms may spread the virus. The acknowledgments should have come sooner, some experts...

  • WHO acknowledges potential for indoor, airborne transmission of #COVID19, following an open letter from scientists - including Harvard Chan faculty @j_g_allen, Edward Nardell, Joseph Brain, Mary Wilson, and others. https://t.co/7uHjcY22Z2

New York Times - Drisana Rios of San Diego said in a lawsuit that she lost her job with an insurance brokerage firm after a supervisor complained that...

  • A California woman has sued her former employer, saying that she was fired because her young children were making noise during business calls while she was working from home because of the coronavirus pandemic https://t.co/RoJ85eMQVV

New York Times - Dr. Daniel R. Lucey wants answers to pointed questions that bear on how the coronavirus leapt from bats to...

  • As W.H.O. investigators prepare to head to China to explore the origins of the pandemic, infectious disease specialist Dr. Daniel Lucey has a few critical questions for them to pose: “It’s not a legitimate investigation if the team doesn’t ask them" https://t.co/bxhvDYkVU2

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New York Times - The number of daily coronavirus tests conducted in the United States is only 40 percent of the level necessary to mitigate the spread of...

New York Times - Five months into the pandemic, the U.S. still hasn’t solved the problem. The dearth of supplies is affecting a broad array of health facilities,...

  • Amid a surge in new infections, medical workers are once again struggling to obtain personal protective gear. Health experts say the problem could have been avoided. https://t.co/uEcBrhDvym

New York Times - The league’s football teams had been scheduled to participate in some of the most highly anticipated nonconference games of the 2020...