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Advice on Airborne Virus Transmission Vanishes From C.D.C. Website

Just days after publishing significant new guidance on airborne transmission of the coronavirus, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Monday withdrew the advice, saying only that it had been “posted in error” on the agency’s website. The rapid reversal prompted consternation among scientists and again called into question the credibility of the world’s… Read More »

Lawmakers hopeful billing legislation emerges from pandemic’s shadow

Members of Congress are hopeful that stalled efforts to eliminate surprise medical billing practices will start back up with another round of coronavirus economic aid legislation. “The logical next step is to include in the next round of COVID legislation the market-based solution agreed on by two House committees and our Senate health committee,” Sen.… Read More »