| Coronavirus: Learning How to Dance
| Test, trace, contain: how South Korea flattened its coronavirus curve
| Coronavirus could trigger biggest fall in carbon emissions since World War Two. Air quality is way better in nine major cities after coronavirus confinement. Nature reclaims public spaces during lockdown
| I Was the White House’s Chief Information Officer: Let’s Not Compromise Our Privacy in the Fight Against COVID-19
| Facebook’s name-and-shame coronavirus groups are hellish: Thousands of people have joined ‘name and shame’ groups on Facebook. But these digital vigilantes can wreak havoc on innocent people’s lives. Since the outbreak of COVID-19, 70% of consumers around the world are spending more time on their smartphones
| Deluge Continues: 26 Million Jobs Lost In Just 5 Weeks: That brings the total of jobless claims in just five weeks to more than 26 million people. That’s more than all the jobs added in the past 10 years since the Great Recession. In America, people who lose jobs don’t necessarily get them back. Europe’s Economy Was Hit Hard Too, But Jobs Didn’t Disappear Like In The U.S.
| You’re Not Going Back to Normal Office Life for a Long, Long Time: Many experts want the [Quarantine work] workforce to stay put until a vaccine is approved. If you do head back, expect indoor masks, staggered schedules, small meetings, and the death of open-office plans.
| Japan Needs to Telework. Its Paper-Pushing Offices Make That Hard.
| Japanese Gangs Vie for Power Amid Pandemic: older “yakuza” groups trying to restore their reputations through public works while newer gangs vie for profits from selling medical supplies.
| Inside Wuhan: China’s struggle to control the virus – and the narrative: Beijing is keen to portray a city returning to normal, but many still question what really happened
| Fake text messages claiming the US military would enforce a country-wide lockdown went viral last month. They were spread by Chinese agents, according to a new report. Where that coronavirus text from ‘a friend in the military’ really comes from
| Coronavirus Will Require Changes in Schools When They Reopen to Protect Students. How the Covid-19 Pandemic May Reshape U.S. Hospital Design: Modified hospital designs have become necessary as the first wave of the pandemic tears through U.S. communities.
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