Overall, 63% of Americans would be willing to receive an FDA-approved Covid-19 vaccine, according to a Gallup poll released earlier this month that surveyed about 3,000 people.
Two years after Amazon pulled out from a proposal to build a massive headquarters along the Queens waterfront, the site is a vacant eyesore — and, to many locals, the squandered economic opportunity is even more painful amid the coronavirus pandemic.
“The United States government is aware of these reports and we are taking all necessary steps to identify and remedy any possible issues related to this situation,” National Security Council spokesman John Ullyot told FOX Business in a statement.
Palihapitiya's idea saw a mixed reaction, with some on Twitter comparing it to Nazi Germany's use of the Star of David, while others simply questioned why a mask should still be used when vaccines offer their own protection.
Holiday cards might look a little different after the COVID-19 pandemic filled 2020 with surreal, and sometimes terrifying, events.
Trucks will roll out Sunday morning as shipping companies UPS and FedEx begin delivering Pfizer’s vaccine to nearly 150 locations.
Britain’s AstraZeneca has agreed to buy U.S. drugmaker Alexion Pharmaceuticals for $39 billion in cash and shares to bolster its positions in immunology and rare diseases.
Health experts urge more research to help curb transmission and to reopen schools.
Albert Bourla and his team overcame unproven science and manufacturing bottlenecks; ‘you’re asking for too much.’
Officials have accused Facebook of using its wealth to squelch competition by buying rival social media platforms.
The tech giant is kissing California goodbye.
Fox News medical contributor Dr. Nicole Saphier says it’s more crucial ‘now than ever’ to stop the spread of the coronavirus, which is often being transmitted in small gatherings in homes or at workplaces.
Former Obama Economic Council Chair Austan Goolsbee shares his thoughts on the timeline for another coronavirus stimulus package and the political conversation surrounding the vaccine.
NantWorks founder and CEO Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong weighs in on the idea of star athletes getting the coronavirus vaccine early and coronavirus shutdowns.
Former FDA Commissioner Dr. Mark McClellan weighs in on a potential stimulus package and coronavirus lockdowns.
Chinese electric-car maker Nio Inc. is following U.S. rival Tesla Inc. by offering new shares to take advantage of its surging stock price.
Fransmart CEO Dan Rowe discusses robot cooks at his Brooklyn Dumpling Shop amid coronavirus and opening new bars with ‘Bar Rescue’ host Jon Taffer.
Oxford Immunotec CEO Peter Wrighton-Smith provides insight into the science behind the different types of coronavirus vaccines and which types work best for certain groups of people.
White House Deputy Press Secretary Brian Morgenstern offers details on Operation Warp Speed and coronavirus vaccine distribution and says President Trump is considering taking the vaccine on camera to increase public confidence.
Nick Setyan of Wedbush Securities provides insight into the future of Starbucks and the company’s growth.