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★ VIEW: A global perspective on the Covid-19 pandemic, from The Global Preparedness Monitoring Board (GPMB), co-convened by the World Bank and the World Health Organization, “A World in Disorder”
★ UNDER THE RADAR: California employers and employees should note the recently signed “AB 2143 Settlement agreements: employment disputes” amends Civil Code, Section 1002.5 by allowing A “no-hire clause” if the employer has made a good faith determination that the aggrieved party engaged in sexual harassment or sexual assault. Take the time to read the AB 2143 and discuss it with you in house counsel.
★ THE DAILY: “Fewer than one in three worry more about bias in their own news media” one of several observations contain in this report from Gallup, “Bias in Others’ News a Greater Concern Than Bias in Own News”
★ SET BACK: Covid-19’s impact on global efforts to fight poverty and disease. From the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, “2020 Goalkeepers Report: Covid-19 A Global Perspective”
★ FAMILY FARM: Engaged in or interested in farming? From Civil Eats, “For Small Farms Surviving the Pandemic, Co-ops Are a Lifeline”
★ HOW FAST?: Covid-19, how fast does the virus spread? From Fast Company (Compass), “Just how fast does COVID-19 spread? This visualization will shock you”
★FORETOLD: A flash back to December 2016, from The Atlantic, “How a Pandemic Might Play Out Under Trump: It’s not clear that the next administration is ready to deal with an outbreak of Ebola, flu, or other emerging diseases.” Back to the future?
★LEARNING LOSS: The financial impact of school closures on children and the economy, a report from the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), “The Economic Impacts of Learning Losses”
★CHILDCARE RISK:Unsettling report, from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), “Transmission Dynamics of COVID-19 Outbreaks Associated with Child Care Facilities — Salt Lake City, Utah, April–July 2020”
★WHERE’S THE FIRE?: Questions about the location of the wildfires in California? See, from the San Francisco Chronicle, “California Fire Map & Tracker”
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