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★ PREVENTION: Be safe this July 4th weekend. From Surgeon General Jerome Adams an important message for Americans ahead of the 4th of July weekend “Fight Coronavirus this Independence Day” Comments?
★ SURGE:In the news, from Vox, “The US’s new surge in coronavirus cases, explained” Comments?
★ GENDER GAP: Gender and the lockdown, from Fast Company (Compass), “Why killing the office won’t close the gender gap” Comments?
★ TALE OF TWO: A tale of two U.S. Covid-19 pandemics, from the Pew Research Center, “Republicans, Democrats Move Even Further Apart in Coronavirus Concerns:Growing share of Republicans say ‘the worst is behind us’ Comments?
★ REOPENING?: Reopening business in California, from the California Department of Public Health, a helpful check list, “Responding to COVID-19 in the Workplace” Comments?
★ LESSON: A brief, but important, lesson on the prevention of gender bias in the workplace. From New Scientist, “Managers who think gender bias isn’t a problem make it worse” Comments?
★ PPP & COVID-19: A long but productive report, from Opportunity Insights, regarding the impact of the PPP program on employment. “How Did COVID-19 and Stabilization Policies Affect Spending and Employment?” Comments?
★ FLOOD RISK: It might be a little early in the season to be thinking about the risk of flooding but it is the time to analyzed your future risk. From First Street Foundation, “First Street Foundation Releases New Data Disclosing Flood Risk of Every U.S. Home” Follow the links contained in the press release. Comments?
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