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Elon Musk got 4000 SpaceX workers to join a COVID-19 study. Here’s what he learned. – Fox Business

The tech billionaire joined with researchers to track infections. The effort explored coronavirus immunity



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When Covid-19 shut down the U.S. economy in March, Elon Musk had a rocket to launch.
The billionaire’s space exploration venture, SpaceX, was planning to blast a crewed spacecraft into the sky in May and wanted to stay on schedule. That meant finding a way to keep facilities safely open and limit the spread of Covid-19, a challenge when tests were in short supply.
To monitor the prevalence of the virus among SpaceX workers nationwide, Mr. Musk and the rocket company’s top medical executive worked…

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