Dr. Susannah Hills, Pediatric Airway surgeon and assistant professor of ENT at Columbia University Medical Center, joins Yahoo Finance to discuss the latest on the coronavirus pandemic.
Shares of Moderna (NASDAQ: MRNA) climbed 4.5% on Monday. The drugmaker is increasing its manufacturing capabilities at one of its U.S. plants to meet the rising demand for its COVID-19 vaccine, according to The Wall Street Journal. Moderna is adding two new production lines at its facility near Boston.
• American Airlines is trimming about 950 flights in the first half of July to relieve potential strains on its operations, after having ramped up flights to meet rising demand for air travel, The Wall Street Journal reported. Passengers on those flights might be moved to earlier or later flights or connect through a different hub, although an airline executive said some might get refunds if the flights can’t be rescheduled. Storms hit some of American’s largest hubs this month, forcing delays and cancellations, and the companies that provide catering, push wheelchairs and refueling services are short-staffed.