China Is Making Tons of PPE Respirators Good Enough for Asia and Europe. But U.S. Hospitals Can't Buy Them.
Fear of lawsuits and red tape are keeping them out of the hands of American frontline medical workers.
100 People Died of Coronavirus in New York in One Day
There are currently 1,290 people in the intensive care unit, meaning they're hooked up to ventilators — a device that’s in short supply in New York.
The White House Now Wants Everyone Who's Visited New York City to Self-Quarantine
Roughly 1 in 1,000 people in and around the city are infected with the coronavirus, White House officials said, warning that those who leave the city risk seeding the infection in new places.
Most Brown and Black Americans Are Exposing Themselves to Coronavirus for a Paycheck
Among the American workforce, just 16.2% of Hispanic workers and 19.7% of black Americans are able to work from home, while about 30% of whites and 37% of Asian-Americans can.