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If and when a new Covid-19 vaccine is approved and marketed, the next crucial question will be who gets first priority for it.
Pepper’s skill set includes making phone calls, identifying missing items in the kitchen and occasional aerobics instruction.
A DEVELOPER of some of Manhattan’s newest ultra-luxury condos has started a more down-to-earth project: a fund investing in real estate companies that appear undervalued.
(Reuters) - A study of coronovirus patients in Atlanta has found that black patients are more likely to be hospitalized than white patients, highlighting racial disparities in the U.S. healthcare system, researchers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - Facing budget shortfalls and double-digit unemployment, governors of U.S. states that are COVID-19 hotspots on Thursday pressed ahead with economic reopenings that have raised fears of a second wave of infections.
(Reuters) - One night in April, as coronavirus swept through the Hammonton Center for Rehabilitation and Healthcare, Robyn Esaw, a double amputee, signaled for help with her bedpan. She said she hit the bedside button that turns on a red hallway light. None of the few remaining staff showed up - and one of them turned the light off. Esaw only got help, eventually, by wheeling herself to the nursing station and yelling.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Voters encountered long lines and problems with voting machines on Tuesday during a chaotic day of in-person balloting in Georgia, the latest state to struggle to conduct elections amid the health worries of the coronavirus pandemic.
Caregivers at nursing homes have had to stay in-house to safeguard the elderly they care for. But the strain of being away from their families is beginning to take its toll.
After nearly being placed on a ventilator, spending five days unconcious and her kidneys beginning to fail, Stacy Jackson warns people not to take Covid-19 lightly.
Because the pandemic has robbed families of traditional funerals, even in non-coronavirus deaths, Preston Griffin often becomes the face of their final goodbye.