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Here’s why a Covid-19 vaccine isn't possible yet

Here’s why a Covid-19 vaccine isn't possible yet

Let us help you appreciate exactly how much work must go into producing a new vaccine — and how much faster than usual it’s going now. Source link

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PPP loan forgiveness looks out of reach to InVision owner

PPP loan forgiveness looks out of reach to InVision owner

“I can’t borrow to support the operating costs of my business for very long without the revenue that I’m used to,” said Anthony Bosca, owner of InVision Distinctive Eyewear. Source link

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Viewpoint: Pandemic offers unique opportunity to start over

Viewpoint: Pandemic offers unique opportunity to start over

If your workplace is like ours, you are probably starting to think seriously about how soon, and under what conditions, your company or your job will be able to return to its previous life in an office — and how different things will be once you do. […]

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Health Care Heroes 2020

Health Care Heroes 2020

Nominated by their peers and colleagues and chosen by members of Atlanta Business Chronicle’s editorial staff, these healthcare professionals are our Health Care Heroes for 2020. Source link

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Viewpoint: Why Oregon and federal paid leave laws need a Covid overhaul

Viewpoint: Why Oregon and federal paid leave laws need a Covid overhaul

We can’t mandate sick people stay home if they don’t have the means to do so. Source link

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Medical College's Raymond warns Covid-19 knows no boundaries

Medical College's Raymond warns Covid-19 knows no boundaries

The head of the Medical College of Wisconsin expressed disappointment in the “lack of coordinated response” to Covid-19 resulting from Wednesday’s court decision that threw out Gov. Tony Evers’ statewide restrictions. Source link

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Baltimore County keeping most restrictions in place, allowing curbside pickup for retail

Baltimore County keeping most restrictions in place, allowing curbside pickup for retail

Some jurisdictions in Maryland will begin reopening tomorrow evening with the go-ahead from Gov. Larry Hogan, but Baltimore County won’t be among them. County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr. announced Thursday that by and large, public health restrictions will remain in place in the county. “After examining the […]

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'We're not there yet': Mayor Young keeps Baltimore stay-at-home order in place

'We're not there yet': Mayor Young keeps Baltimore stay-at-home order in place

Baltimore’s stay-at-home order will remain in place indefinitely, Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young said Thursday, citing the need for thousands more Covid-19 tests in the city. While Maryland will enter stage one of easing coronavirus-related restrictions at 5 p.m. Friday, the city will remain under stay-at-home orders […]

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This Triangle public company received $2.8M in PPP, but faces hurdles ahead

This Triangle public company received $2.8M in PPP, but faces hurdles ahead

The company says new challenges from the coronavirus pandemic are significantly impacting its business. Source link

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Prince George's, Montgomery counties to stay closed when Maryland lifts stay-at-home

Prince George's, Montgomery counties to stay closed when Maryland lifts stay-at-home

Two suburban Maryland counties will remain under stay-at-home orders when the rest of the state lifts the restriction Friday afternoon. Prince George’s County will maintain a stay-at-home order through at least June 1, per a new announcement by County Executive Angela Alsobrooks. Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich […]

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