Mike Hixenbaugh2h ago / 8:14 PM UTCDoctors test hospital staff with flu-like symptoms for COVID-19 outside of St. Barnabas hospital in the Bronx on March 24.Misha Friedman / Getty ImagesThe Food and Drug Administration will allow doctors across the country to begin using plasma donated by coronavirus survivors to treat patients who are critically ill with the virus, under new emergency protocols approved Tuesday.The treatment, known as convalescent plasma, dates back centuries and was used during the flu pandemic of 1918.“Just based on its track record with a number of other viruses, I think it has a very good chance of working,” Dr. Jeffrey Henderson, of the Washington University School of Medicine, said.Read the full story here. Lucy Bayly2h ago / 8:35 PM UTCDow ends the day up 2,000 points as $2T stimulus bill takes shapeWall Street roared back on Tuesday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average surging by over 2,000 points for its biggest daily points gain ever.It was a strong day for all three major averages, with the Dow ending the day up by more than 11 percent. The S&P 500 rallied by over 9 percent, while the Nasdaq notched up gains of just over 8 percent.Trader optimism was


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