Lacking state rules, New York school district looks at multiple ways to reopen
Going into a school building in New York these days is a time-consuming process. Visitors are required to have their temperature checked and are asked a series of questions about any possible symptoms related to Covid-19 before they are allowed to set foot inside. Once there, they are closely monitored by staff who swoop into recently vacated rooms to disinfect everything inside.
Publication date: October 2020Source: Pharmacological Research, Volume 160Author(s): Sandra E. Reznik, Amit K. Tiwari, Charles R. Ashby
Publication date: October 2020Source: Pharmacological Research, Volume 160Author(s): Ahmad Alamer, Ivo Abraham
Publication date: Available online 7 July 2020Source: PhytomedicineAuthor(s): Wan-Ying Wang, Ying Xie, Hua Zhou, Liang Liu
Evidence suggests COVID-19 transmission could be expanded to include viral particles that remain airborne for longer than noted in previous guidance.Medscape Medical News
Publication date: Available online 6 July 2020Source: Hematology/Oncology and Stem Cell TherapyAuthor(s): Neha R. Patil, Erica S. Herc, Marian Girgis
Publication date: Available online 6 July 2020Source: Cancer CellAuthor(s): Guanqiao Li, Chen Yin, Yangzhong Zhou, Tongyan Wang, Jing Chen, Yang Liu, Ting Chen, Haixue Wang, Linqi Zhang, Xiaoyuan Chen
David J. BierPresident Trumpannounced last month that he would ban nearly all immigrants and temporary workers for the remainder of 2020. There are still many unknowns about how this order will be implemented and how applicants will respond to it, but the White Houseestimated that the ban would block about 525,000 work authorized immigrants from working in the United States. It did not reveal its methodology for estimating this figure, but if consulates were open, and world migration returned to normal, it would likely ban more than that —about 545,000—but withconsulates closed, other travel restrictions in pla...
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It was March 3, and no one had an inkling yet of just how bad the COVID-19 pandemic would become in the US.Kaiser Health News