- HealthLA Times
How can the new coronavirus affect people so differently — killing some while leaving others blissfully unaware that they have been infected at all?
Dr. Anthony Fauci says there a very good chance the new coronavirus “will assume a seasonal nature” because it is unlikely to be under control globally. The director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases said Sunday that the virus is unlikely to be completely eradicated from the planet this year. Fauci said the prospect of a resurgence is the reason the U.S. is working so hard to get its preparedness “better than it was.”
- BusinessNBC News
Thousands of applicants, zero loans: Trump's small businesses lending program is a failure to launch
One day after the launch of a $350B loan program designed to rescue millions of small businesses, technical glitches continue to cripple the process.
- U.S.FOX News Videos
Video Coronavirus patients accidentally transferred USNS Comfort designated for non-COVID-19 patients
The USNS Comfort arrived in NYC to alleviate hospitals of patients dealing with medical needs aside from the coronavirus, but has now had patients incorrectly transferred to the ship; Lucas Tomlinson has more.
- LifestyleMartha Stewart Living
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Rebecca Ramsey, whose dozens of visual effects credits include Watchmen, The Hunger Games and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, has died. She was 53. Ramsey passed on March 7 from complications related to a fall in her home, according to her longtime friend, Jenny McShane. Ramsey was a producer and EP of VFX, VR/AR/MR, 3D stereo, […]