The president often criticized the Defense Production Act as anti-business. Now he’s campaigning on having frequently used the law to ramp up production of medical gear.
A weighted lottery gives everyone a chance at a drug or vaccine in short supply. But some have a better shot than others.
Just weeks after resolving shortages in swabs, researchers are struggling to find the chemicals and plastic pieces they need to carry out coronavirus tests in the lab — leading to long waiting times.
Dr. Lorna Breen was unflappable — until she faced a new enemy.
The surgical masks used in risky settings like hospitals offer much less protection against the coronavirus, an analysis found.
Here’s why some everyday staples have disappeared from shelves as the crisis changes how people shop and eat.
The coronavirus has taken a steep toll on the often-invisible army of employees who keep New York hospitals running.
At the peak of the pandemic in New York, a longtime city employee joined a crush of patients in desperate need of treatment.
In both red and blue states, governors, health departments and hospitals are finding innovative ways to cope, but still lack what experts say they need to track and contain outbreaks.
There is no evidence that sunlight, bleach or any disinfectant can cure coronavirus in the body.
Here’s a guide to working with sprays, wipes and a bleach-based solution to clean surfaces of the pathogen.
People and companies with vested interest in sustaining the U.S.-China relationship are stepping in as ties fray between the two countries.