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★ WOMEN-WORPLACE-2020 : Covid-19 and women in the workplace, from McKinsey & Company, “Women in the Workplace 2020”, released September 20, 2020.
★ LOCKDOWNS: On the Covid-19 horizon, from Axios “Targeted lockdowns are the new way to control the coronavirus”.
★ BOOM-ZOOM: Boom Town? No, Zoom Town, from Fast Company (Compass), “‘Zoom towns’ are exploding in the West”
★ IT’S POLITICAL: NLong Read: Educators and parents with questions on the dynamics of reopening schools during the Covid-19 pandemic, from Annenberg Brown University, and Politico Weekly Education, “Politics, Markets, and Pandemics: Public Education’s Response to COVID-19”
★DISINFORMATION: The lure of disinformation, from The 19th, “The 19th Explains: The spread of conspiracies and disinformation by women on social media”
★CONSEQUENCE ?: Yet another possible long term consequence of Covid-19 , from Reuters, “Doctors probe whether COVID-19 is causing diabetes”
★ CA.VACCINE PLAN: California: In the news, from the California Departmentof Public Health “Covid 19 Vaccination Plan State of California (Interim Draft)”.
★ TRAINING DOCTORS: The practice of medicine in California, from California Health Care Foundation, “Project Aims to Treat Doctor Shortage, Lack of Diversity with New Medical Residencies”
★ DENTAL CARE: Some food for thought, from Justice on Aging, “Adding a Dental Benefit to Medicare: Addressing Oral Health Inequity Based on Disability (Issue Brief-October 2020)”
★ AGING TOMORROW: Aging in America, From Next Avenue, “COVID-19 and the Future of Aging: The Outlook for Senior Housing and Care”
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