The more we learn about kids and the coronavirus, the riskier reopening schools for in-person learning appears to be, at least in areas with high caseloads. There have already been many reports about the virus spreading through schools and summer camps, and evidence has begun to support the notion that children can play a key role in community transmission.
There will be many changes to dining out, like shorter menus, and servers wearing masks and surgical gloves.We don't know how this will effect the industry, we know that many resturants who have closed will never come back.
The FDA has received at least 15 reports that suggest Abbott Labs coronavirus tests are inaccurately telling patients that they do not have the virus, FDA said in a Thursday press release citing early data. These tests have been widely distributed by the federal government in response to the pandemic.
If we are indeed in the midst of a war against an invisible enemy, a contact-tracing offensive — launched by both an army of human tracers and an arsenal of technological tools — will be a big part of the key to winning. In the U.S., the most likely scenario for widespread, tech-enabled contact tracing lies with work done by Google and Apple.