Looking for more coronavirus plays? Jim Cramer suggested during Monday's Mad Money program that speculative investors could consider Owens & Minor (OMI) , maker of hospital gowns and masks. This is a wild trader, he cautioned, as shares are off 81% over the past five years. However, even with that dismal performance, OMI typically does well during health epidemics, he added.
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