As deaths mount, White House says pandemic task force will

[ad_1] • The demise of the White House pandemic task force does not appear to mean administration officials will now be freer to give the public information about the pandemic or comply with oversight efforts during the now-national emergency. Donald Trump says his White House has explicitly prohibited Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Alex […]Read More

Coronavirus: Can live-streaming save China’s economy?

[ad_1] Image caption China’s live-streaming industry has become an important platform for economic recovery “I’m a bit nervous,” confessed Li Qiang, the deputy mayor of Wuhan, the Chinese city where the coronavirus was first reported late last year, as he awaited the start of his first-ever TikTok live-streaming event. It is not the kind of […]Read More

United Airlines service workers sue over schedule cuts after airline

[ad_1] A United Airlines plane sits on the tarmac at San Francisco International Airport. Justin Sullivan | Getty Images The labor union that represents more than 25,000 United Airlines aircraft and passenger service workers sought an injunction Tuesday against sharp schedule cuts, alleging the airline violated the terms of billions in federal coronavirus aid by cutting employee […]Read More

Students Upset by USMLE Response to COVID-19 Demand Changes

[ad_1] What your doctor is reading on Medscape.com: MAY 04, 2020 — Students frustrated with changes to the way they will take US Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) tests during the COVID-19 crisis have published an open letter to the test program’s cosponsor detailing their concerns and offering alternatives. A tweet on May 1 introduced […]Read More