Table of Contents
- 1 President Donald Trump delivers remarks on Operation Warp Speed. Shealah Craighead, White House
- 2 Trump wants to deliver a coronavirus vaccine by January. Even if he hits that ambitious goal, you probably won’t get a shot for months.
- 3 Coronavirus temperature scans are nothing more than pandemic security theater. In some cases, they’re dangerous.
- 4 Carly Castle and husband. Carly Castle
- 5 How a teacher and mother launched a successful reusable face mask company in just a few weeks while balancing a full-time job
Welcome to Dispensed Daily, your daily dose of healthcare news from Business Insider’s healthcare editor Lydia Ramsey Pflanzer and the healthcare team. Subscribe here to get this newsletter in your inbox every weekday.
Today in healthcare news: Trump’s Operation Warp Speed is targeting March 2021 for mass-distribution of a coronavirus vaccine, why temperature scans are effectively useless, and inside a mask-making New York startup.
I’m your host of today’s Dispensed Daily, Andrew Dunn, the healthcare team’s pharma and biotech reporter.
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How a teacher and mother launched a successful reusable face mask company in just a few weeks while balancing a full-time job
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We have 20 days until Labor Day, proving 2020 moves blazingly fast and agonizingly slow at the same time. I’m trying to enjoy summer (in a COVID-conscious way, of course) while it’s still around from the North Carolina beaches.
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