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Trump baselessly claims doctors are inflating coronavirus death counts for money as cases again hit record levels - CNN
Trump baselessly claims doctors are inflating coronavirus death counts for money as cases again hit record levels  CNNTrump Questions Laura Ingraham for Wearing Mask to His Rally, Says He Doesn't Know What Happened to Fox News  NewsweekDonald Trump Jr. put a perfect exclamation point on his father's bungling of Covid-19  CNNDonald Trump Jr.'s ugly rant on Fox makes a strong case against his father  

Yahoo BusinessOct 30, 2020
All Eyes on Moderna's COVID-19 Vaccine Ahead of Data Readout
Vaccine specialist Moderna (MRNA) reported its fiscal Q3 2020 financial results Thursday morning. Let's run down the basic financial news first, and turn to the vaccine that everyone really wants to hear about: Q3 was kind of a weird quarter for Moderna from a financial perspective. On the one hand, an explosion in grant revenue tied to the COVID-19 pandemic sent revenues soaring 830% to $157.9 million. On the other hand, though, expenses soared as well -- up 166% to $393 million.And because $393 million is more than $157.9 million Moderna lost money.A lot of money.$0.59 per share to be precise -- 59% more than it lost in Q3 2019, before all the coronavirus business rolled in. What's more, that per-share loss would have been even higher, but for the fact that Moderna grew its share count 19%, dispersing its per-share losses over more shares outstanding overall.On the plus side, Moderna has raked in $1.2 billion in customer deposits so far this year for its mRNA-1273 coronavirus vaccine, and free cash is flowing in with $718.5 million. By the end of the quarter, Moderna had amassed a cash warchest bursting with $4 billion, and no debt to speak of.And now, the main event: Coronavirus.Moderna confirmed that it has fully enrolled its Phase 3 cllinical trial of mRNA-1273 with 30,000 patients participating.Initial data on mRNA-1273's effectiveness is "positive," said management, and the vaccine is proving to be "well-tolerated across all age groups and induc[ing] rapid and strong immune responses against SARS-CoV-2." Th

Google Business NewsOct 30, 2020
To avoid a surge, San Francisco halts reopening as coronavirus cases and hospitalizations rise - San Francisco Chronicle
To avoid a surge, San Francisco halts reopening as coronavirus cases and hospitalizations rise  San Francisco ChronicleRAW: Dr. Grant Colfax Talks About San Francisco Pausing COVID-19 Reopening  KPIX CBS SF Bay AreaSan Francisco halts reopenings as virus cases rise  KCRA SacramentoSan Francisco Mayor Breed pauses some openings with uptick in COVID-19 cases  SFGate

MarketWatchOct 30, 2020
Coronavirus update: U.S. counts more than 90,000 cases in a single day and The Lancet says Trump pandemic response is ‘disastrous'
The U.S. death toll from the coronavirus illness COVID-19 headed toward 229,000 on Friday and cases edged toward 9 million, with infections climbing in all swing states just days ahead of the presidential election.
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