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We got a 39-page document that provides clues to how the $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus will be distributed to people and businesses
Senate Democrats drafted a document that provides insight into how the Trump administration could distribute $100 billion to hospitals.
New York hospitals received damaged ventilators with missing parts in emergency shipments from a national stockpile
The damaged ventilators were part of an emergency shipment of 4,000 of the machines delivered across the state.
How to enroll in a clinical trial for a malaria drug that could help treat the coronavirus or stop you from catching it
Researchers will mail the drug to people who have been exposed to the virus, as well as to COVID-19 patients in the first days of showing symptoms.
The next wave of coronavirus outbreaks is threatening cities from New Orleans to Philadelphia, and it reveals the US is on pace for a national epidemi...
New York is the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak in the US, but other cities are on track for similar crises.
Today is National Doctors’ Day. Here’s how much 30 types of hospital workers on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic are getting pa...
Hospital staff, from janitors and cleaners to nurses to surgeons, are at the center of America's battle against the novel coronavirus.
J&J just sped up the timeline for its coronavirus vaccine, and said it could be ready for emergency use early next year
The drugmaker said human testing will start no later than September on the potential coronavirus shot.
Dispensed: NYC’s hospitals brace for more cases, what the stimulus bill means for the healthcare industry, and the changing ways Americans are g...
Welcome to Dispensed. This week, how NYC's hospitals are faring amid the influx of coronavirus patients and a stimulus bill is on the table.
A new report raises hope that the blood of recovered patients can help treat severe coronavirus cases
Five critically ill COVID-19 patients got better after receiving the treatment. Three have left the hospital and two are in stable condition.
New York City hospitals are 11 days from running out of space as the number of new coronavirus cases explodes
"If it peaks early next week, we're OK," Dr. Mark Jarrett told Business Insider. "If it's two weeks from now, we'll have a problem."
Medical schools in New York are turning students into doctors ahead of schedule to help fight the coronavirus pandemic
New York has become the epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic. Medical schools in New York City are letting students graduate early to help.