Photo: Daniel Leal-Olivas / Contributor (Getty Images) In May 2020, the COVID-19 epidemic is fully underway, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Announced That the company will allow most of its employees to continue working from home, at least until the end of the year. “Include the spread of Covid-19 so we …Read More »
A quick fingerprint test designed to show if a person has been infected with SARS-Co-2 is significantly less accurate than the research suggested, scientists say in a new study. The ABC-19 Rapid Test, developed for use by healthcare professionals in the UK and EU, detects antibodies against the virus in …Read More »
Initial job claims have dropped from 1,000,000 to 1,881,000, but leave the statistical system unchanged.
Digits: New applications for unemployment benefits fell sharply last week to an epidemic low, but the overall decline was a big change in how data is reported rather than finding more people in jobs. No progress has been made in the absence of change in the labor market. Initial job …Read More »
The numbers: New unemployment benefits fell to just over $ 1 million in late August, resuming a downward trend, perhaps signaling the resumption of a slow or painful recovery in the U.S. labor market. Initial unemployment claims, a rough measure of redundancies, were rejected by 98,000 to 1 million in …Read More »
Travel cakes and crockpots are not only convenient kitchen tools. One study found that they may also be an effective way to sanitize N95 respirators – coronavirus-fighting tools for health care workers who are deficient. Researchers from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign found that 50 minutes of dry heat in …Read More »