Systems for Action: Supplemental Research on COVID-19 Response and Recovery
I’m hopeful that some lasting changes for the better will come out of COVID-19 because that’s a common thread in human history.
While other health care providers were reporting losses of hundreds of thousands of dollars a day as patients stayed away from hospitals, the cancer treatment provider reported its best financial year.
The coronavirus epidemic has hit buffets hard. Relying on sneeze guards and the good manners and hygiene of other diners is particularly problematic now.
Dr. R. Pierce Osborne II, the dental association chief, touts COVID-19 precautions and says not a single U.S. virus case has been traced to a dental visit.
As the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases continues to rise, the number of Americans willing to wear masks to control the spread of the disease has soared.
Paul Kreth, co-owner and CEO of Shorty Small’s in Little Rock, told Arkansas Business that he and his team “just want to claim that we’re doing the best that we can possibly do” when it comes to protecting diners and the restaurant’s employees from the coronavirus.
Five months ago, state officials scrambled to prepare for a pandemic scenario in which the added caseload of COVID-19 patients overwhelmed the Arkansas network of hospitals.