- Jul 2020
Charles, J. (n.d.). Bahamas closes borders to U.S. tourists after COVID-19 cases spike; others still welcome. Miamiherald. Retrieved July 20, 2020, from https://www.miamiherald.com/news/nation-world/world/americas/article244340147.html
- Jun 2020
Perencevich, E. N., Diekema, D. J., & Edmond, M. B. (2020). Moving Personal Protective Equipment Into the Community: Face Shields and Containment of COVID-19. JAMA. https://doi.org/10.1001/jama.2020.7477
- face mask
- contact tracing
- loosening restrictions
- non-pharmaceutical intervention
- physical distancing
- South Korea
- healthcare worker
- flatten the curve
- public health
- May 2020
Briki, W., & Dagot, L. (2020, May 29). “Liberate!” – Republicans Are More Willing to Get Back to Social Life Because They Are Less Scared of COVID-19. Retrieved from psyarxiv.com/thuwd
- Feb 2018
They now stand out as the only one in the class (or, if they’re lucky, one of two) who gets to use a device while other students wonder just why they get to use one. I have seen a couple of students on social media say that as soon as they see a “no devices” policy on a syllabus they drop the class because of this concern.
Good rationale for not enacting a blanket classroom tech ban
- Apr 2017
“The current measures are not an acceptable long-term solution to whatever threat they are trying to mitigate. Even in the short term it is difficult to understand their effectiveness. And the commercial distortions they create are severe,” said IATA director general Alexandre de Juniac.
Hard to understand what any of this achieves...
- Jan 2017
But I have frankly looked at it as no different than somebody saying, I am going to repeal the laws of gravity, okay? So it’s a lot of pre-election hype.
What say you now, sir?