Amazon first refused to publish a book skeptical of the mainstream narrative on the novel Wuhan coronavirus while still continuing to promote works by anarchists and Adolf Hitler.
Following Musk's post in support, Berenson announced that Amazon backed off its censorship.
Amazon said the book had been removed in error and would be reinstated. (In fact, the worst-case death toll is likely to be striking to people).
The decision to keep Berenson's title from being published even prompted scrutiny from SpaceX/Tesla Founder Elon Musk calling for the breakup of Amazon. Musk has also pushed for reopening businesses throughout the country, describing stay-at-home orders as "fascist" and initially defying local ordinances to reopen his Tesla plant in California .
Last year, a Space Exploration Technologies executive said Bezos' Blue Origin was years behind in efforts to build a constellation of satellites. A tweet in 2018 that he had secured funding to take Tesla private led to a lawsuit against Musk by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, which the parties later settled. Bezos, on the other hand, has implied he's no fan of Musk's plan to prioritize colonizing Mars.
COVID-19 cases in India cross 2.2 lakh, death toll at 6,348
With 9,851 new cases and 273 deaths in the last 24 hours until Friday morning, India saw its biggest surge in COVID-19 casualties. Cases across the world are now at 66,35,004 with 3,91,179 deaths (according to the map by Johns Hopkins) as on June 5.