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A maximum of 50% of the workforce could be back in the office this summer, but another wave could hit this fall, Morgan Stanley says
People who have recovered from the coronavirus, and the young and healthy, are expected to be the first to return to work, Morgan Stanley estimated.
Fauci: 'I don't understand' why all states are not under stay-at-home orders
As of Friday, 39 states and Washington, D.C., were under stay-at-home orders while 11 states have not issued statewide stay-at-home orders.
How Fast the Coronavirus Outbreak Is Growing in Hundreds of U.S. Communities
Tracking coronavirus growth rates in metro areas around the nation.
3M Response to Defense Production Act Order
3M issued the following statement in response to the announcements issued by the White House last evening: Over the last several weeks and months, 3M
Trump, in letter, blames Chuck Schumer for COVID-19 response in New York
The president said he did not need to use the Defense Production Act to get companies to do what he wants.
Cities That Went All In on Social Distancing in 1918 Emerged Stronger for It
They had lower mortality rates from the influenza pandemic. But it also appears that their economies fared better.
Dow slides after the US economy loses far more jobs than expected in March | Markets Insider
US stocks fell Friday after the March jobs report disappointed by a wider margin than expected, ending a record 113-month streak of job growth.&...
Americans are underestimating duration of coronavirus crisis, experts say
Many experts believe that experts say that, even if some restrictions are relaxed, it’s unlikely life as normal will resume in early May.
'Captain Crozier! Captain Crozier!': Videos show sailors sending off ousted USS Roosevelt commander with cheers
Stars and Stripes
Hundreds were pictured in the gathering in the aircraft carrier’s hangar deck and many chanted Capt. Brett Crozier’s name.
Navy Removes Captain of Aircraft Carrier Stricken by Coronavirus
In a letter that leaked to the news media, the captain described what he said were the Navy’s failures to provide the resources to combat the virus.
Jared Kushner — who is operating a 'shadow' coronavirus task force — appears not to know why federal emergency stockpiles exist
Kushner said that states seeking to address coronavirus equipment shortages can't count on being able to draw on federal stockpiles.
The Unemployment Rate Is Probably Around 13 Percent
It’s almost certainly at its highest level since the Great Depression. Here’s how we estimated it.
Location Data Says It All: Staying at Home During Coronavirus Is a Luxury
As the virus continues to spread throughout the nation, an analysis of cellphone data shows that those in the wealthiest areas have been able to reduce their movements more than those in the poorest areas.
Jared Kushner Is Going to Get Us All Killed
Trump’s son-in-law has no business running the coronavirus response.
Kushner Puts Himself in the Middle of the White House’s Chaotic Coronavirus Response
President Trump’s son-in-law has become a central player in the White House effort to curb the pandemic. But critics say he is part of the problem.
Apple may be about to launch a new, cheap iPhone SE
Apple could be planning to open orders for the new model imminently.
I begged my parents not to go on their Holland America cruise — now their ship is stranded at sea
Brian Foran says his parents still feel healthy, despite reports that 233 passengers and workers are ill and 9 are confirmed for COVID-19.
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The 1,000-Bed Comfort Was Supposed to Aid New York. It Has 3 Patients.
“It’s a joke,” said a top hospital executive, whose facilities are packed with coronavirus patients.
Ventilators Are No Panacea for Critically Ill COVID-19 Patients
Ventilators can be lifesaving for some critically ill patients, but they're no panacea. The experience so far with COVID-19 is that the majority of patients put on ventilators don't survive.
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