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The bank cited “the rapid and broad-based resurgence of the coronavirus” as the main reason it was downgrading Q4 and Q1 GDP forecasts.

Hundreds of thousands of student loan borrowers, including Barber, stand to have their wages garnished just as a resurgence of the coronavirus threatens to create further economic disruptions.

The resurgence of testing delays is sabotaging America’s ability to stem runaway viral transmission and the mounting lives lost.

This time, it was Spain that first showed the alarming resurgence on the continent.

The worrying signs of pandemic resurgence are rattling investors.

A recent resurgence has allowed scientists to gather the clinical data they need, according to Soriot.

The resurgence of Covid-19 across Europe has caught the region off guard after a summer that left many countries assuming they’d brought the virus under control.

It’s a bleak reality confronting political leaders, particularly in Europe, who have already experienced the damage wrought by full-blown lockdowns and are now weighing options to fight a resurgence of the pandemic.

Here are takeaways pointing to a resurgence in future quarters.

A resurgence in coronavirus infections in Europe has also given investors cause to turn cautious.

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