Frontline doctors who administered 5,000 coronavirus tests want to reopen, say COVID-19 similar to flu
Not all health care officials agree with the doctors.
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“Although I am eager to meet everyone in person when the Safer at Home orders are lifted,” Miller said, “I am grateful for technology that allows people to learn why I’m passionate about this opportunity to serve others.”
Yesterday, Governor Evers issued Emergency Order #28. Under the order, “Stay at Home” requirements are extended from April 24 until May 26. Many rules from the existing “Stay at Home” order stay the same under the new order.
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Researchers have discovered the fossils of a feathered dinosaur in New Mexico, thought to be one of the last surviving raptors at the end of the age of dinosaurs. The dinosaur, Dineobellator notohesperus, is estimated to have been 3.5 feet tall and 6-7 feet long. “We hope that the more we search, the better chance we have of finding more of Dineobellator or the other dinosaurs it lived alongside,” Steven Jasinski of the University of Pennsylvania said. (Additional information for news editors)
How's that saying go? Better late than never? Like you, we've been operating in a whole new world in 2020. Our workplaces, our homes, and our lives have all been impacted by the spread of an invisible virus. But we’re winning this battle. We’re flattening the curve, caring for each other, and making headway with the resources that we have available. We are, well and truly, all in this together.
Staying sane at home
With many families being forced to stay home during the pandemic, tensions can start to rise and mental health might become a struggle. To help, Kehan "Anna" Bao, a student in the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education, put together a list of tips for managing relationships at home during this time. Bao recommends giving everyone personal space to be alone and explore hobbies, scheduling intentional time together, maintaining household norms and personal schedules, dividing labor equitably, being open about feelings, showing appreciation, sharing memories and stories and including children in decision-making. (Additional information for news editors)
!! Stop productivity "porn" !!
It’s still too soon for bravado about productivity. We're in week three of isolation, and getting more comfortable with the weirdness. But we're not quite there yet. You're probably working from home, and if you have kids then they're home and you're a full-time professional and teacher, and your normal productivity routines are disrupted.