New: telling the untold story of Project Aura, a 13-year, multi-million dollar federal project to hold a fleet of affordable emergency ventilators.
It all fell apart when big business got involved.
“I cannot ask people to go into battle unarmed," a Washington State hospital official said. https://t.co/Et4dDcL8V3
Whether you have a washer/dryer in your home or rely on your local laundromat, there are several ways to reduce your risk of viral exposure or spread. Here are some tips from experts. https://t.co/3QPDHXzlBs
The U.S. finally passed South Korea and Italy in coronavirus testing — overtaking 2 countries with much smaller populations that had been much quicker to ramp up testing. But it's still falling short. Here’s what the data show. https://t.co/jIomtVqs7l
After $25 million stimulus, stunned National Symphony Orchestra players receive one-week notice from Kennedy Center https://t.co/sIsjOsv8le
New Jersey governor, financial institutions strike deal on a 90-day mortgage grace period https://t.co/4XJpn5aXr0
Editorial: Beware of coronavirus-inspired attempts to lock you out of L.A.'s public debate https://t.co/jjt5rily5s (via @latimesopinion)
The rise of Andrew Cuomo shows that times of tragedy can make very unlikely political heroes | Analysis https://t.co/QJXw82GQvF
President Trump’s idea of imposing statewide quarantines on “hot spots” like New York won’t stop the virus from seeping into the rest of the country, according to public health experts https://t.co/tYapttR5Z8
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said he would support plans by President Trump to quarantine New York City in an effort to stop the spread of Covid-19 in Florida https://t.co/YeiWLi60EP
One of the strictest quarantines in Europe is in Spain, where fines for infringement range from a very specific €601 to an eye-watering €30,000 https://t.co/hAbxJ7nEja
All non-essential workplaces in Spain will close for two weeks to try to curb the spread of the coronavirus, Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez said Saturday https://t.co/kt0MXICd4W
Iran's president lashes out at criticism of its lagging response to the worst coronavirus outbreak in the Middle East as a “political war,” saying he had to weigh protecting the economy while tackling the pandemic. https://t.co/YNNYmSJZMT
Spain and Italy are pleading for European help as they fight still-surging coronavirus infections amid the continent’s worst crisis since World War II. U.S. authorities urged millions in the hard-hit New York City region to stay home. https://t.co/h4qvMYWiBZ
Olympic officials say the 6,200 or so athletes who had already qualified for the Tokyo Games will keep their spots for the rescheduled event in 2021.
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Tokyo's delayed Olympics: Who pays bills for another year?
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Pandemonium struck New Delhi over the weekend as thousands of migrant workers, left without food and shelter due to India’s coronavirus lockdown, fled to their home villages https://t.co/YYmDa0wYL9
Throwback: Brussels restaurant 65 Degrés has become the city’s best-rated eatery, largely thanks to rave reviews of its staff, most of whom have Down Syndrome
Many health care experts are deeply concerned that high rates of contagion in senior-heavy counties could spell disaster, particularly in areas where getting help often means long drives to lightly staffed and equipped facilities. https://t.co/HeHb3JrkVC
After originally starting the special hours as a twice-weekly event for members 60 and up on Tuesdays and Thursdays, Costco quietly added Wednesdays as the third day. https://t.co/CzCvKy9CF2