We must invest in our schools' infrastructure. Decades of shrinking budgets and unfunded educational mandates have led to neglect of our schools' buildings. This deferred maintenance, especially of schools' HVAC systems, must be addressed immediately. The quality of the air inside our classrooms will help determine how efficiently the virus moves between susceptible individuals and in turn how many people become infected. We must prioritize improving air quality by bringing more fresh air inside our classrooms and upgrading the air filtration. We must make our buildings healthy! … [Read more...] about Children must go back to school, but….
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“That would obviously likely lead to reduction in dependency on fossil fuels and other things that generate greenhouse gasses. But I'm not sure you're at a point there in a lower income country like Mali or even a large country like the DRC,” Savoy said, referring to the Democratic Republic of Congo. Both countries are in the lower income bracket that the DFC was designed to help. … [Read more...] about Trump administration seeks to use global aid for nuclear projects
The company recently launched a new app called Relish that allows workers to place food orders from designated restaurants. By ordering in through one source, crowded elevators can be avoided and the number of delivery people coming in is also reduced as individually-packaged meals arrive in a designated space and at a specified time, the company said. … [Read more...] about Food is a big deal at work. Here’s how the pandemic will change lunch and snacks
With 53% of the nation’s jobs coming from businesses with fewer than than 100 employees, and with many of these jobs being disproportionately held by low- and moderate-income people with resources that are already limited, much of the local economy is at great risk, the county said in a news release. … [Read more...] about $5M Small Business Assistance Program Opens In Dallas County
Matthay’s work on ARDS and COVID-19 could be a greatly beneficial tool to fight the pandemic, if it proves successful. He brings about 30 years of experience caring for patients afflicted by ARDS, and the mesenchymal stem cells he is testing already cleared two safety trials, one in 2015 and another in 2018. The cells do not run the risk of being rejected like a mismatched blood transfusion and were promising in animal tests, he said. … [Read more...] about UCSF studying stem cells as possible coronavirus treatment