- BusinessABC News
NYC surgeon who survived Ebola responds to Trump suggesting masks, coronavirus supplies are being stolen from city hospitals
A surgeon who was the first person in New York City to be diagnosed with the Ebola virus in 2014 rejected President Donald Trump's claim that masks and other protective equipment intended for use in New York hospitals to fight the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, might have been stolen. Dr. Craig Spencer, the director of global health and emergency medicine at Columbia University Medical Center is on the frontline of the COVID-19 fight in New York City, which has been considered the epicenter of the pandemic in the United States. During a briefing on Monday morning, Trump responded to an account by a mask company executive who said the demand for masks had skyrocketed at one unnamed New York City hospital from between 10,000 and 20,000 masks a week to between 200,000 to 300,000 a week.
- 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?
Ready to buy back into this market? If so, forget about Apple and grab these stocks instead, strategist says
The market is utterly underestimating how much of a shock the coronavirus is going to be to the economy. And I think for the next 12 months, the U.S. consumer is only going to spend his money or her money on [nondiscretionary] goods. So, within that basket, I think you have to let Apple go.
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- CelebrityRobb Report
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- CelebrityIn The Know
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- U.S.USA TODAY
It's the first time a person has been cited under the state's disease control and prevention act of 1955, police say.