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U.S. and international health authorities have mostly relied on virus-fighting measures such as physical distancing, while recommending frequent hand-washing. Masks, they've said, may serve little purpose among untrained users and should be priori...
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson remains in isolation with a high temperature, more than a week after testing positive for coronavirus. He made the announcement on Twitter. More than 3,600 people have now died from the disease in the U.K. as of A...
Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia discusses the March U.S.
Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond President Tom Barkin says the U.S. economy will get worse before it shows signs of recovery and that every business needs to focus on how to regain the confidence of consumers.
If countries rush to lift restrictions too quickly, cases may resurge and the economic impact could be even more severe and prolonged, World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said at a press briefing in Geneva.
3M Chief Executive Officer Mike Roman says production of N95 respirators is ramping up as fast as possible and the company is doing everything it can to fight price gouging during the coronavirus battle.
Raytheon Chief Executive Officer Gregory Hayes says combining with United Technologies Corp. will create a "technology powerhouse" and that he is planning for a two-year "tough spell" because of the coronavirus epidemic.
Matt Hancock "determined to push for victory" against COVID-19.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says he will use his authority to take ventilators and protective gear from private hospitals and companies that aren't using them. "If they want to sue me for borrowing their excess ventilators to save lives, let th...
Jesper Brodin, Ingka Group CEO, the parent company of Ikea talks with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu and Romaine Bostick on the company's acquisition of Geomagical Labs and the impact of the coronavirus