New York City closing in on phase 2 of reopening
‘Second wave’ debate and coronavirus mutation
There's a lot of confusion around the coronavirus. Two things experts appear to agree on: We're still in the first wave of the virus, and it is unlikely to mutate into a deadlier version. A more dangerous second wave, however, is possible due to other factors, they say.
Latest data suggests pregnant women not more susceptible to COVID-19
There is no evidence that being pregnant makes you more at risk of contracting the coronavirus or becoming more severely affected by it if you do, a new study has found.
American Airlines bans activist for refusing to wear mask
Employers can't require COVID-19 antibody tests
ICYMI: Your employer can't force you to take a COVID-19 antibody test, but it could require you to take a viral test, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission said this week.
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