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★ LIBRARY: When was the last time you visited your local public library or used your libraries online resources? It might be a good time to see what’s new, from The New York Times, “Beyond the Pandemic, Libraries Look Toward a New Era: With a shift to online resources well underway, “the most trusted civic institutions” are in a good position to deal with the changing future.”
★ HOSPITALITY: California: A Covid-19 casualty, from the Thomson Reuters Foundation and Longreads, “California’s jobless hospitality workers face bleak future”
★ THE FACE MASK: A deep dive on face masks, from Scientific Reports, “Efficacy of masks and face coverings in controlling outward aerosol particle emission from expiratory activities”
★ WORKERS RIGHTS?: The rights of employees in the workplace, a perspective, from Slate, “No One Knows Their Legal Rights at Work: American workers have both fewer and more rights than they think.”
★ A LONG ROAD: Approximately 1 million lives lost to Covid-19 worldwide. The road ahead? From the BBC, “Coronavirus: Two million deaths ‘very likely’ even with vaccine, WHO warns”
★ WHOSE LAND?: About federally owned lands in California, from Ballotpedia, “Federal land policy in California”
★ HEART: Covid-19 and your heart, from The Atlantic, “The Core Lesson of the COVID-19 Heart Debate”
★ FORWARD: Racial equity in the workplace, from SHRM and The Society for Human Resource Management’s “Together Forward @Work”I
★ CLINICAL TRIAL: Covid-19: Troubling information. Which populations are included in the clinical trials for a Covid-19 vaccine? From Next Avenue, “OPINION: Missing the Mark: COVID-19 Vaccine Trials Are Excluding Older Adults”
★ SELF ASSESSMENT: Covid-19: A convenient self-assessment tool designed to help people decide whether to seek testing or in-person medical help. Read the article, from the California Health Care Foundation, and follow the link, in the article, to the tool, “Online COVID-19 Self-Assessment Eases Burden on Southern California’s Safety Net”
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