Hospitals across the US are canceling procedures to make room for a potential surge of coronavirus patients

Hospitals have started to cancel elective procedures as the coronavirus pandemic rages in the US. The US Surgeon General called on health systems to stop performing elective procedures. “PLEASE CONSIDER STOPPING ELECTIVE PROCEDURES until we can #FlattenTheCurve!” he tweeted. Postponing elective procedures during the pandemic helps free up space in hospitals for patients with COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. Hospitals across the US are starting to call off planned procedures amid the coronavirus pandemic. As the virus spreads in the US, it’s putting a strain on the US healthcare system. Postponing procedures is one way to free up space that might… Read More

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Hospitals across the US are canceling procedures to make room for a potential surge of coronavirus patients

Hospitals have started to cancel elective procedures as the coronavirus pandemic rages in the US. The US Surgeon General called on health systems to stop performing elective procedures. “PLEASE CONSIDER STOPPING ELECTIVE PROCEDURES until we can #FlattenTheCurve!” he tweeted. Postponing elective procedures during the pandemic helps free up space in hospitals for patients with COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. Hospitals across the US are starting to call off planned procedures amid the coronavirus pandemic. As the virus spreads in the US, it’s putting a strain on the US healthcare system. Postponing procedures is one way to free up space that might… Read More

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Box is integrating its tools with Microsoft’s workplace chat app, as the file-sharing company is seeing ‘record usage’ amid the coronavirus remote-work surge (BOX, MSFT)

Box has been seeing record levels of usage of its product as more companies work from home amid the coronavirus outbreak. It’s offered free trials for small and medium businesses and lifted user limits for its customers to help them accommodate to shifting to an all-remote workforce, CEO Aaron Levie said. It’s also releasing a new set of integrations with Microsoft’s cloud software products, including one with Microsoft workplace chat app Teams. Click here for more BI Prime stories. As more companies turn to remote work amid the coronavirus outbreak and rely on cloud software tools to stay connected and productive, Box is trying to make sure companies are getting… Read More

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The best hotels in New York City

There are hundreds of hotels in New York City from Manhattan to Brooklyn and other boroughs in between, ranging from sparse, budget-friendly accommodations to ultra-indulgent suites. To help narrow the field and highlight the best affordable, high-end hotels in New York in 2020, the Insider Reviews travel team hit the New York City streets to stay at, tour, and research the city’s top-rated hotels to determine which are worth your hard-earned money and time off. We also scoured reviews and guest feedback, to highlight what makes each place great, where some have room for improvement, and insider tips on special requests you should make to ensure the best stay possible.… Read More

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The best hotels in New York City

There are hundreds of hotels in New York City from Manhattan to Brooklyn and other boroughs in between, ranging from sparse, budget-friendly accommodations to ultra-indulgent suites. To help narrow the field and highlight the best affordable, high-end hotels in New York in 2020, the Insider Reviews travel team hit the New York City streets to stay at, tour, and research the city’s top-rated hotels to determine which are worth your hard-earned money and time off. We also scoured reviews and guest feedback, to highlight what makes each place great, where some have room for improvement, and insider tips on special requests you should make to ensure the best stay possible.… Read More

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GOLDMAN SACHS: US stocks could plunge another 20% after falling into a coronavirus-led bear market

The S&P 500 could fall another 20% before reaching its floor and rebounding through the rest of the year, Goldman Sachs analysts wrote Friday. The benchmark index has already been dragged into bear market territory by the coronavirus’ “unprecedented financial and societal disruption,” the analysts said. Continued supply chain issues, weak demand, and investor positioning could drag the index to 2,000 in the middle of 2020, according to the bank. Such slumps are typically followed by “sharp rebounds,” the firm added, projecting the S&P 500 will close the year near 3,200. Watch the S&P 500 update live here. After three weeks of intense volatility fueled the stock market’s fastest ever… Read More

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