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Nothing to speak of: the horror of a world without gossip
Aug. 9, 2020 · · Original resource · article

The pandemic has put paid to the thrill of recounting illicit activities. And we’re all the poorer for it
covid-19
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Sweatpants Forever
Aug. 6, 2020 · · Original resource · news

Even before the pandemic, the whole fashion industry had started to unravel. What happens now that no one has a reason to dress up?
covid-19
struggle
long-term impact
economic impact
decline
demand
profit
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Hurry, Don’t Rush
April 13, 2020 · · Original resource · blog

Make no mistake: we need science right now. There’s a global problem whose solution lies squarely in the domain of building empirical knowledge about the natural world. This comes with something of a gold rush, both for money and for profile.But the historical precedent for bad scientific work wasting millions of dollars and hours is strong. The specific precedents for work that met an immediate need and looked cool, but ended up being revealed as desperately overhyped, are also substantial. And right now, instead of bad science just slowing down progress, it can fly straight to the heart of global policymaking on the run. This makes it not some milquetoast term we’d normally use, like “problematic”, but rather dangerous.I hope this doesn’t happen, but it already happens when the world is spinning on its normal axis. Right now, twisting out of control, it has the potential to both happen more and stack bodies.
covid-19
public health
misinformation
healthcare
danger
science
research
treatment
publication
bad science
article
peer review
problem
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Grocery workers say morale is at an all-time low: ‘They don’t even treat us like humans anymore’
Aug. 12, 2020 · · Original resource · news

Hailed as “heroes” at the onset of the pandemic, supermarket employees now say they are overworked, overwhelmed and feeling expendable again.
covid-19
usa
risk
unemployment
business
retail
humanity, statistic, wrong, communicate, fit
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Is social isolation getting to you? Here’s how to know — and what experts say to do.
April 4, 2020 · · Original resource · news

It was only a few months ago that we held our loved ones close and exchanged warm handshakes with new friends, rarely if ever weighing the life-or-death calculus of opening a grocery store fridge.The coronavirus pandemic has been a fast and deep tectonic shift for human life, and if history is any guide, people can be incredibly adaptable. But as the weeks build, the news turns more grim, and social distancing becomes social isolation, the familiar contours of everyday life are fading.Many have a simmering unease that they are unprepared for the long haul — or may not have realized the struggle has arrived.We talked with mental health professionals about how you can take an honest look at yourself and determine what type of help you might need.
covid-19
isolation
mental health
adjustment
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Stop covid or save the economy? We can do both.
April 8, 2020 · · Original resource · webpage

Contrary to what you’ve heard, shutting down the country is also the quickest way to get it started back up again
covid-19
infection
usa
social distancing
public health
policy
testing
lockdown
unemployment
government
economy
employment
response
control
reopening
business
recession
gdp
quarentine
social consequences
country, surge, city, economy, rich
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Why Is Facebook So Afraid of Checking Facts?
May 14, 2020 · · Original resource · webpage

The biggest social network in the world has the wrong idea for how to fight Covid-19 conspiracies.
covid-19
facebook
misinformation
conspiracy theory
social media
disinformation
social network
opinion
fake news
fact-checking
humanity, statistic, wrong, communicate, fit
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Messy, Beloved Community
June 2, 2020 · · Original resource · news

What’s needed to make a campus safe now is at odds with the experiences people crave, argues Deborah J. Cohan, and institutions are making decisions about the fall based on magical thinking.
covid-19
social distancing
education
risk
community
campus
cdc, doctor, trump, eviction, official
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Lockdown for a second time: 'It can't get any worse'
Sept. 11, 2020 · · Original resource · news

The new local lockdown restrictions mean most of the pubs and restaurants in the centre of Bolton are closed.The Elephant and Castle is a lone venue selling beer from a trestle table outside its front door, and there is a Greek restaurant with plastic screens in the entrance looking hopefully for takeaway customers.Many told us that the High Street was depressed before the coronavirus hit. The new restrictions have just made it worse.
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uk
policy
second wave
economic impact
recovery
restriction
fear
closure
urban area
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business, remote, tourism, market, job
The way Boris Johnson has eased lockdown sends all the wrong messages
June 24, 2020 · · Original resource · news

The reduction of the 2-metre rule in England tells people we’re out of the woods, and they’ll behave accordingly
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compliance
social distancing
testing
loosening restrictions
mitigation
england
behavior change
social interaction
independent sage
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