May 1, 2020

Coronavirus pandemic likely to last two years, report says

“…this pandemic will not be over soon…and that people need to be prepared for possible periodic resurgences of disease over the next two years.”

World on a ‘knife edge’ as coronavirus cases spike and cities shut down again after lockdowns are lifted

“…Germany and Spain saw cases spike as they try to edge out of quarantine, while China was forced to tighten regulations to fight off a second wave.”

Lifetime Lockdown? 40% Of Americans Will Avoid Public Spaces Long After Coronavirus Pandemic Ends

“…our report spotlights how Americans’ heightened germ concerns could push them to avoid social interactions and public spaces unless absolutely necessary, even after it’s deemed safe by the government.”

Maryland governor orders National Guard to protect 500,000 coronavirus tests

“We were making sure that that plane took off from Korea safely, landed in America safely and that we guarded that cargo from anyone who might interfere with us getting it to our most in need…We landed it there with a large contingent of Maryland National Guard and Maryland State Police.”

Americans are hoarding cash: Savings rate hits its highest level since 1981

“Speculation is people were bracing for the next recession. I don’t look for silver linings, but the more people bank, the better the recovery.”

Stymied in Seeking Benefits, Millions of Unemployed Go Uncounted

“A study by the Economic Policy Institute found that roughly 50 percent more people than counted as filing claims in a recent four-week period may have qualified for benefits — with the difference representing those who were stymied in applying or didn’t even try because the process was too formidable.”

Might This Be the Beginning of Education?

“…our educational system has been structured in a manner that fails to parallel the flux and flow of life after graduation. There is something artificial about how universities approach disciplines and their work.”

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  1. Eric

    Pure writing excellence.

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