Media Outlets Examine Efforts Of Pharmaceutical Companies, Scientists To Develop COVID-19 Vaccines, Treatments

POLITICO: How the drug industry got its way on the coronavirus (Karlin-Smith, 3/5).

Science: With $115 million, more than 80 Boston researchers will collaborate to tackle COVID-19 (Couzin-Frankel, 3/5).

STAT: We’re learning a lot about the coronavirus. It will help us assess risk (Branswell, 3/6).

STAT: How blood plasma from recovered patients could help treat the new coronavirus (Herper/Feuerstein, 3/5).

STAT: From ferrets to mice and marmosets, labs scramble to find right animals for coronavirus studies (Boodman, 3/5).

Wall Street Journal: Coronavirus Epidemic Draws Scrutiny to Labs Handling Deadly Pathogens (Areddy, 3/5).

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