In the desperate scramble for protective gear and other equipment, politically connected companies reaped billions
The Trump administration is negotiating a deal to free up supplies of raw materials to help Pfizer produce tens of millions of additional doses of its COVID-19 vaccine for Americans. It could at least partially remedy a looming shortage that the administration itself arguably helped create
Tens of millions of desperate migrant workers who were stranded without work or food after the nationwide lockdown took government-provided emergency trains to go back to their home villages. They became the virus trains.
The sports economy has been ravaged by the pandemic. The absence of live fans alone has forced the thousands of people who once put on games at these venues out of work, including ticket agents, hot dog vendors, bartenders and janitors
As Britons rolled up their sleeves for the start of a coronavirus vaccine campaign, he was the second to get a shot
The Food and Drug Administration's first analysis of the clinical trial data also found that the coronavirus vaccine worked well regardless of a volunteer's race, weight or age