Two Friends in Texas Were Tested for Coronavirus. One Bill Was $199. The Other? $6,408

Two Friends in Texas Were Tested for Coronavirus. One Bill Was $199. The Other? $6,408

Two Friends in Texas Were Tested for Coronavirus. One Bill Was $199. The Other? $6,408

Two Friends in Texas Were Tested for Coronavirus. One Bill Was $199. The Other? $6,408.

Before a camping and kayaking trip along the Texas Coast, Pam LeBlanc and Jimmy Harvey decided to get coronavirus tests. They wanted a bit more peace of mind before spending 13 days in close quarters along with three friends. The two got drive-through tests at Austin Emergency Center in Austin.

Instagram co-founder who built a coronavirus tracker says it’s showing concerning spread levels

Instagram co-founder who built a coronavirus tracker says it’s showing concerning spread levels

Instagram co-founder who built a coronavirus tracker says it’s showing concerning spread levels

Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom told CNBC on Monday the coronavirus tracking website he helped build is showing concerning levels of spread in many states across the U.S. Epidemiologists use something called an R0, or R naught, as a way to measure how a virus is spreading.

No evidence that taking vitamin D prevents coronavirus, say experts

No evidence that taking vitamin D prevents coronavirus, say experts

No evidence that taking vitamin D prevents coronavirus, say experts

No evidence exists to support taking vitamin D supplements to prevent Covid-19, UK public health experts have found. A rapid review of evidence into claims that the so-called sunshine vitamin could reduce the risk of coronavirus was launched amid concerns about the disproportionate number of black, Asian and minority ethnic people contracting and dying from the disease.