WHO says 2 million coronavirus deaths is ‘not impossible’ as world approaches 1 million

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As the global death toll from the coronavirus approaches 1 million people, it's "not impossible" to consider that number doubling, the World Health Organization said.

It’s not entirely clear how the government will pay for Trump’s $200 Medicare cards

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"Under my plan, 33 million Medicare beneficiaries will soon receive a card in the mail containing $200 that they can use to help pay for prescription drugs," Trump said in a speech.

HHS wants to test 30% of U.S. wastewater for the coronavirus as an ‘early...

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Wastewater surveillance is no replacement for standard diagnostic testing, Dave Larsen said, adding that it's just one more tool that can help communities around the country better understand the outbreak.

Watch live: The World Health Organization holds a press briefing on the coronavirus pandemic

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The World Health Organization is holding a press briefing Friday on the coronavirus pandemic, which has infected more than 32 million people worldwide.

Why so many people are hopeful about an mRNA coronavirus vaccine

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More than 30 biotech and pharmaceutical companies are racing to develop a safe Covid-19 vaccine. Several candidates entered late stage trials in a matter of months. Two of the companies developing a vaccine — Pfizer and Moderna — are utilizing a promising new technology using messenger RNA. Watch the video to learn why experts believe this vaccination method could be a game changer for getting back to normal.

5 things to know before the stock market opens Friday

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With four trading days left in September, the Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq were tracking for their first monthly losses since March.

Stanford researchers say they won’t be silenced after criticizing Trump’s coronavirus advisor Dr. Scott...

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Dozens of doctors, researchers and other faculty members affiliated with Stanford University wrote an open letter criticizing Trump's coronavirus advisor Dr. Scott Atlas. In return, they say they were threatened with a defamation lawsuit.

Top U.S. health officials try to reassure people of coronavirus vaccine safety as concerns...

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There's a lot of confusion because there are mixed messages that are coming," Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said.