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We’ve suggested quite a few places to buy masks in the past, and a lot of those masks are designed to be disposable or simply aren’t very comfortable. Vistaprint masks, which are $18 each, are built with reinforced stitching, designed for 3-dimensional chin structure, have a durable nose bridge that will cling to your face and last “thousands” of bends, and -- most notably -- come designed with a slot for a replaceable fiber filter. You can wash your mask over and over, hundreds of times, and never damage its effectiveness. Simply pop in a new filter, and it's good as new. … [Read more...] about These comfortable face masks cost $18 and use replaceable filters
Kupchan and Ikenberry teamed up recently in a very smart op-ed titled “Global Distancing” in The Washington Post. They write that “traditionally, a catastrophe like this — something that touches everyone — triggers an ordering moment in international politics. Nations should be aligning their efforts to develop a vaccine, contain the disease, produce and allocate medical equipment, and stabilize the global economy. They should be strengthening the World Health Organization (WHO). But nothing of the sort is happening. Countries are competing for, and hoarding, medical equipment as they engage in a biotech arms race to find a vaccine. They are closing their borders and scapegoating foreigners. The United States is treating the WHO like a punching bag.” They go on to write that the United States, Russia, India and China are all essentially derelict in their roles as leading global stakeholders and are doing little to converge together in response to the … [Read more...] about The Hill’s Coronavirus Report: Unemployment claims now at 41 million with 2.1 million more added to rolls; Topeka mayor says cities don’t have enough tests for minorities and homeless communities
Though this proposed program may appear costly, the present crisis demonstrates that the federal government was already going to assume responsibility for covering this exposure — it simply had not accounted for it yet. Today, these costs are embedded in a recovery program that now exceeds several trillion dollars. A well-structured program would acknowledge this existing responsibility in a more efficient, equitable and transparent manner. … [Read more...] about The case for national disaster insurance
But the space agency chose not to create its own replacement for the Shuttle. Instead, it asked the private sector to develop a spacecraft capable of safely ferrying astronauts to and from the International Space Station — a controversial decision considering that NASA had never before outsourced the development of a human-rated spacecraft. The thinking was that commercial companies could drive down costs and spur innovation, and NASA would have more time and resources to focus on exploring deeper into the solar system. … [Read more...] about Everything you need to know about NASA and SpaceX’s historic astronaut launch, round two