Boletim Covid do dia (29Abr)

Maioria considera que famílias não estão preparadas para o ensino à distância

| Políticas
Guía visual de la desescalada: fechas, fases y todas las claves de la vuelta a la normalidad

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19 recomendações para o regresso ao trabalho

Como será o amanhã? O que vai sair de tudo não sabemos, mas, agora, abriu-se um espaço considerável e legítimo (político, econômico, social, moral, ético, biológico) para constituição de um outro caminho, horizontal, a ser, por nós, trilhado. [This storm will pass. But the choices we make now could change our lives for years to come]

| Economia

Is my job essential? Exceptionally few Americans can actually afford the care that they need. So the challenge is two-fold: we have to help families pay for their care and we have to support the workforce with sustainable jobs that offer fair wages.

El mito del teletrabajo se topa con sus límites: “Donde ya había una cierta cultura en torno a esta actividad pueden producirse incrementos de productividad, pero en los casos donde se haya implementado con prisas puede llegar a ser contraproducente”.

Layoffs

| Ciências
[Novos] Symptoms of Coronavirus

Coronavirus testing: Why we need worst-case thinking to prevent pandemics

Searching Covid-19: By looking at Google Trends search data related to the Covid-19 pandemic, we can discover patterns

| Tecnologias
Mobile applications to support contact tracing in the EU’s fight against COVID-19: Blind faith in technology diverts EU efforts to fight terrorism

| Privacidade
There’s an app for that: Coronavirus apps

EU interior ministers have hailed the potential of contact tracing technologies to curb internal border checks and travel restrictions related to the current public health pandemic. But a lack of congruity between member states over the technical details of such apps could limit their effectiveness.

China is installing surveillance cameras outside people’s front doors… and sometimes inside their homes

How a handful of Apple and Google employees came together to help health officials trace coronavirus: The project, known by the codename “Bubble” at Apple, was pushed forward by a handful of employees in the space of a month. (I love the smell of Napalm in the morning…)

Covid-19 – a new regime of surveillance?

| (Des)Informação

She’s been falsely accused of starting the pandemic. Now she’s afraid for her life

How newsrooms are coping with coronavirus: A global survey of editors

Covid-19: comment cinq médias étrangers ont adapté leur production éditoriale

The state of newsroom employment in the United States


| Sugestões
Libro.fm and Kanopy: audiobooks and free streaming to cure quarantine boredom—and support local communities

Ver a fortuna de Jeff Bezos crescer

How humans have reacted to pandemics through history

Who can be bothered putting on a full suit while in quarantine? [Or in TV…]

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