States slowly reopen as food supply worries grow; Pfizer starts US vaccine trials

A number of U.S. states continued the painstaking process of restarting their economies on Tuesday, even as lack of testing and growing worries over the country’s food supply injected new levels of uncertainty into the effort to manage the coronavirus outbreak. The global pandemic has now claimed more than 252,000 lives and infected more than […]

States slowly reopen as experts ponder post-lockdown ‘new normal’

The global coronavirus pandemic showed no signs of slowing on Monday, even as some regions of the world are reopening, and some U.S. states are following suit. Worldwide case counts have topped 3.5 million, while the death toll has risen to near 250,000. In the U.S.,...

US states map out reopen strategy as fear creeps back into market

A number of U.S. states took additional steps Friday to begin to relax their lockdowns, even as fears about the coronavirus’ economic fallout resurfaced in the market and protests erupt over working conditions in supermarkets. In a major development, the Food and Drug...

We’re not going to hurry back and reopen stores

The COVID-19 pandemic has been ripping through the world and caused countless businesses to shut their doors to prevent further spread of the virus. Even with more than one million cases in the U.S., some businesses, including restaurants, could slowly start reopening...