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★ REOPENING-AGAIN?: California reopening-Sonoma County, from State of California Blueprint for a Safer Economy, “Find the status of activities in your county (08-31-2020)” Check for updates.
★ NEXT?: Covid-19, floods, hurricanes, wildfires, an, coming soon, the flu. Focus on prevention, from Politico, “States confront new Covid-19 challenge: Getting flu shots to apathetic Americans”
★ TRENDING: A passing trend or the future of work? From BBC (Worklife), “Why the future of work might be ‘hybrid’”
★SCHOOL LEAVE: Employers: The United States Department of Labor (DOL), on August 27, 2020, updated its ”Families First Coronavirus Response Act: Questions and Answers” to address eligibility for FFCRA benefit under the following circumstances: #98-Alternate Dey Care; #99-Parent Choice: and, #100-Remote Start. I suggest checking the DOL website on a regular basis for updates.
★SEARCHING: In the news: Looking for your stimulus check? Enhanced unemployment benefit? From Gallup, “Broad Bipartisan Support for Additional Stimulus in U.S.”
★ FUTILE RESISTANCE: Wonder why people are not wearing face masks? From Brookings, “American individualism is an obstacle to wider mask use in the U.S.”
★NECESSARY DOUBT?: Covid-19 death toll. Less than 10,000 or 182,000?Alternative reality or a desire for simple solutions How faulty, casual thinking influences opinions on the impact of Covid-19, from Vox, “Covid-19 death skepticism, explained by a cognitive scientist”
★ DEBATE: The wearing of face masks. An ongoing source of discussion. This article, from Fast Company (Compass), provides some insight into…”The real reason why some men are still refusing to wear a mask”
★ THINK AHEAD: Employers: Some food for thought on a vaccine for Covid-19 and your workplace policies, from JD Supra and Foley & Lardner LLP, “Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccines: Coming to a Workplace Near You?”
★ TIRED:Do you live in California? Tired of the wildfires, smoke, power shut-offs and evacuations? Consider this report from Pro Publica, “They Know How To Prevent Megafires. Why Won’t Anybody Listen?”
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