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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...

New York Times - A third of states have strict measures in place for visitors, from mandatory testing to quarantine...

  • A state-by-state summary of current restrictions in the United States for leisure travelers. (Some municipalities or counties may have more stringent restrictions.) https://t.co/dMZ53hC3B8

New York Times - About 10 percent of Black, Hispanic and Latino participants in a Philadelphia study of pregnant women had been exposed to the coronavirus, compared with...

  • About 10 percent of Black, Hispanic and Latino participants in a Philadelphia study of pregnant women had been exposed to the coronavirus, compared with 2 percent of white participants. https://t.co/inv4xBtLpu

New York Times - The large California hospital system wanted to postpone an agreement reached in a state antitrust case, as coronavirus cases...

  • Sutter Health was unsuccessful in seeking a delay in the $575 million settlement over anti-competitive behavior because of the pandemic.  The mega-hospital system has already received hundreds of millions of dollars in federal Covid aid.  https://t.co/VAfisW9hTk

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

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 author and clinical psychologist Andrew Solomon examines the disabilities that ramps and reserved parking spots don’t...

  • People with invisible disabilities are often accused of faking their condition or milking the system, and must fight to have their challenges acknowledged. Some women report being told that they are “too pretty or attractive to have a disability.” https://t.co/9ILZDjtfIU

New York Times - Our journalists want to hear your questions about and experiences with disability and accessibility in the...

  • We are starting a new series of reader-driven reporting examining disability and accessibility in America. This is your chance to help shape our reporting. Share your questions and experiences with us here: https://t.co/2gg1vXOAUN

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

  • Researcher Stephanie Giordano was racing to develop a treatment for the coronavirus when suddenly the virus hit home. Her mother, a nurse's assistant, was assigned to a Covid-19 ward. https://t.co/eQXchlm3SL