60 Minutes 3/7
Low wage workers are bearing the brunt of the coronavirus recession. Scott Pelley travels to Ohio and talks to people who have lost their income and homes. A 40-year-old antidepressant and a California horse track are connected in what could be another treatment of COVID19. Sharyn Alfonsi tells us more. And Bill Whitaker introduces us to NASA engineer, Jodie Singer, who is in charge of building the rocket aimed at putting first woman on the moon. Those stories on this week's "60 Minutes."