Tag Archives: Health care industry

NY Gov. Cuomo points to a spike in coronavirus cases in Florida as he urges caution in reopening

With all of New York state now beginning to reopen nonessential businesses and ease restrictions, Gov. Andrew Cuomo urged the public on Tuesday to continue to take precautions to avoid a “spike” in cases as is happening in Florida and other states that reopened early. “We’re in a new phase. We’re …

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New Jersey lifts stay-at-home order and allows larger gatherings

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy (D) speaks at the Coronavirus press briefing in Trenton. Michael Brochstein | Barcroft Media | Getty Images New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy announced on Tuesday that the state is lifting its stay-at-home order that has been in place since mid-March and will allow for larger …

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Texas reports two consecutive days of record coronavirus hospitalizations weeks after reopening

Texas has reported two consecutive days of record-breaking Covid-19 hospitalizations as the state continues to open businesses and resume activities that were temporarily shuttered due to the coronavirus. There are currently 2,056 patients sickened with Covid-19 in hospitals across the state as of early Tuesday afternoon, up from a record …

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Dr. Anthony Fauci says coronavirus turned ‘out to be my worst nightmare’ and it ‘isn’t over’

National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director Anthony Fauci attends the daily coronavirus briefing in the Brady Press Briefing Room at the White House on April 09, 2020 in Washington, DC. Alex Wong | Getty Images White House health advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci said Covid-19 turned out to be …

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Liquor stores face new tests as states reopen after lockdowns

A person leaves a liquor store in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn during the coronavirus pandemic on May 7, 2020 in New York City. Rob Kim | Getty Images As restaurants and stores begin to reopen after months of closure, liquor stores will be forced to make even more extreme …

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Colorado restaurants reopen after millions in losses as coronavirus cases fall across the state

Colorado residents are dining out in the patio area at Los Chingones restaurant in Denver Source: TAG Restaurant Group Chef Troy Guard is hoping to bring back all of the 623 employees he had to furlough across his restaurant chain when Colorado Gov. Jared Polis ordered all bars, restaurants, theaters, gymnasiums and …

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Retailers show early signs of recovery; AstraZeneca ramps up antibody study

Even as some countries, particularly those first hit by the coronavirus, show some positive signs of improvement, the World Health Organization has warned that the pandemic is still worsening around the world. Most daily new cases are coming from 10 countries, according to the WHO, mostly in the Americas and …

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Sovereign wealth funds investments helped by coronavirus crisis

An employee works in the lab that is focused on fighting COVID-19 at Sorrento Therapeutics in San Diego, California on May 22, 2020. ARIANA DREHSLER Sovereign wealth fund investments have fallen in the last few years and way before the coronavirus crisis hit, according to a new report, but some …

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Texas reports a record high number of hospitalized coronavirus patients after state reopened early

Protesters rally at the Texas State Capitol to speak out against Texas’ handling of the COVID-19 outbreak, in Austin, Texas, Saturday, April 18, 2020. Eric Gay | AP Texas reported a record number of coronavirus hospitalizations Monday — weeks after Gov. Greg Abbott took the lead among governors in easing social …

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WHO warns most people still at risk of coronavirus infection as mass gatherings resume worldwide

A TV grab taken from a video released by the World Health Organization (WHO) shows WHO Chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus attending a virtual news briefing on COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) from the WHO headquarters in Geneva on April 6, 2020. AFP | Getty Images The World Health Organization said on Monday …

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