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Free Covid-19 testing site run by Alphabet's Verily opens in East San Jose

Free Covid-19 testing site run by Alphabet's Verily opens in East San Jose

A network of free Covid-19 testing sites funded by Alphabet Inc. subsidiary Verily and the state of California expanded to East San Jose today with the establishment of a site at PAL Stadium on South 34th Street. It’s the second Verily site in Santa Clara County that […]

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Department of Health and Human Services disburses $50M to Hawaii for Covid testing

Department of Health and Human Services disburses $50M to Hawaii for Covid testing

The United States Department of Health and Human Services is delivering more than $50 million to the Islands to expand Covid-19 testing capacity in Hawaii. The new funding comes from more than $10 billion that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention disbursed to HHS to be […]

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Valley marijuana operator reduces nationwide staff amid mounting losses

Valley marijuana operator reduces nationwide staff amid mounting losses

Amid quarterly losses, layoffs, divestiture of noncore assets and holding off on future acquisitions, the marijuana cultivation and dispensary firm is not blaming Covid-19 for its woes. Source link

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Cooper lifts NC's stay-at-home order: Here's what it means

Cooper lifts NC's stay-at-home order: Here's what it means

Gov. Roy Cooper says North Carolina is moving into Phase 2 of its reopening plan on Friday, lifting the stay-at-home order and bringing back a variety of social activities — but some restrictions will remain in place and certain businesses must remain closed. The entry into the […]

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How One Medical plans to lead the post-Covid way back to the workplace

How One Medical plans to lead the post-Covid way back to the workplace

The East Bay company turned to a commercial clinic operator that can help get more employers back to work as shelter-in-place restrictions are lifted. Source link

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Multnomah County quiet on reopening date as Washington, Clackamas forge ahead

Multnomah County quiet on reopening date as Washington, Clackamas forge ahead

Multnomah County on Wednesday didn’t say when it will ask the state government to start reopening. Source link

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Medical College CEO: Wisconsin has landmark day in testing Covid-19

Medical College CEO: Wisconsin has landmark day in testing Covid-19

The reproductive number of the virus in Milwaukee dropped from 1.3 to 1.2, Dr. John Raymond Sr. said. Source link

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As Battelle touts mask-cleaning tech's impact, news report questions cost and effectiveness

As Battelle touts mask-cleaning tech's impact, news report questions cost and effectiveness

At the moment Battelle’s CEO was on a Columbus stage praising his team that developed technology to decontaminate N95 masks, a national news report questioned the cost and efficacy of the project. Source link

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Novavax prepares stock sale as Covid-19 vaccine trials advance and share price soars

Novavax prepares stock sale as Covid-19 vaccine trials advance and share price soars

The move follows a $384 million investment to help Novavax push its Covid-19 candidate through a phase 2 clinical study. Source link

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GWU Hospital to retrofit Ebola unit for other ‘highly infectious pathogens’

GWU Hospital to retrofit Ebola unit for other ‘highly infectious pathogens’

The project involves 2,055 square feet on the hospital’s fifth floor. Source link

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