Expect a Covid-19 vaccine soon . . .
Researchers at Oxford University say they plan to have 30 million vaccines by September. They aim to have the Covid-19 vaccine ready before the second wave in the autumn.
A Covid-19 vaccine is the ultimate solution, and it’ll assure that the U.S. economy recovers in 2021.
American biotech stocks are also rushing to develop a Covid-19 vaccine. And this week saw positive news from several promising coronavirus drugs.
- Moderna received “fast track” approval from the FDA for its Covid-19 vaccine. Early clinical trials show that the vaccine helps people develop Covid-19 antibodies. Morgan Stanley gave the stock a $90 share price target.
- INO Pharmaceuticals reported early and positive data from its trials. The company could begin Phase 2 and 3 trials this summer.
- Novavax gets $384 million to fund a Phase 2 clinical trial. The company is conducting a clinical trial in Australia.
That’s just a sample of the current vaccine trials underway.
A Covid-19 vaccine will pave the way for a safer world. And it will assure that life returns to normal next year.
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The Big News . . .
50 U.S. States Now Open
Every U.S. state is now re-opening after many weeks of nearly universal shutdown. States are slowly re-opening on a restricted basis. Americans remain slow to return to normal life after six to eight weeks of lockdown. The U.S. continues to have 700 – 1,700 deaths per day.
World Health Org Needs $1.3 Billion
The World Health Organization is facing a funding shortfall. The organization needs $1.3 billion in funding. The news comes as the world faces the biggest pandemic in a century. Meanwhile, President Trump is threatening to withhold future funding indefinitely.
Ford Stops Production After Outbreak
Ford (NYSE: F) shut down its factories in Chicago and Michigan after an outbreak of coronavirus. Two employees tested positive. The shutdown demonstrates the risks related to re-opening businesses where employees are in close proximity.
Memorial Day Travel Spending Cut by 66%
Nobody is going anywhere. Spending on travel during the Memorial Day holiday is expected to drop by 66% this year, according to the U.S. Travel Association. It’s estimated that more than 50% of travel industry workers are currently unemployed.
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The Coronavirus Numbers
Here are the numbers from Thursday at 10:45 a.m. ET:
- 5,126,535 Infected worldwide
- 330,845 Deaths
- 1,596,838 Infected in the U.S.
- 95,058 Deaths in the U.S.
Stocks were mixed on Thursday morning.
The Dow was trading in positive territory, with the S&P 500 and NASDAQ trading lower by approximately 0.5%.
Another 2.4 million jobless claims weighed on stocks this morning. The pace of jobless claims is slowing from previous weeks. There are now 25.1 million continuing jobless claims.
Despite the weak economy . . .
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