Tag Archives: Coronavirus

Dr. Scott Gottlieb warns that widespread vaccinations for coronavirus by year-end look unlikely

Dr. Scott Gottlieb told CNBC on Wednesday that it is unlikely there will be widespread deployment of a coronavirus vaccine this year.  “I think we’ll have to have one more cycle of this virus in the fall, heading into the winter, before we get to a vaccine,” Gottlieb said on “Squawk Box.” “I really think a vaccine is… Read More »

Coronavirus deaths fall to six-week low

Coronavirus death registrations in the UK in the week to 15 May reached their lowest point since the beginning of April. Between 11 and 15 May, there were 4,210 death registrations mentioning Covid-19, across the UK. Down from 4,426 the previous week, it is the lowest weekly figure since the 3,801 for the week ending… Read More »

Doctors face pay cuts, furloughs and supply shortages as coronavirus pushes primary care to the brink

Dr Greg Gulbransen performs a medical checkup on a 72-year-old man with Leukemia who is presumed to have the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) while at his pediatric practice in Oyster Bay, New York, U.S., April 13, 2020. Lucas Jackson | Reuters Dr. Rafael Guillen spends a lot of time on the phone these days. His practice… Read More »

New York coronavirus fatalities fall to lowest level since March

Governor Cuomo makes an announcement and holds briefing on COVID-19 response at Feinstein Institute for Medical Research. Lev Radin | Pacific Press | Getty Images Coronavirus deaths in New York state have fallen below 100, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said on Saturday, marking the lowest daily death toll from the virus since March 24.  The governor… Read More »