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SNL's Michael Che Loses Grandmother to Coronavirus Pandemic 

 

Saturday Night Live mainstay Michael Che has lost his grandmother to the coronavirus pandemic, the comedian revealed Monday afternoon. In a sizable post on Instagram, Che revealed the news while warning others to begin taking the pandemic seriously, telling his hundreds of thousands of followers to adhere by any rules and regulations local governments may have in place at this time.

"Hi, I'm Michael Che, from TV. Last night my grandmother passed away from the coronavirus," Che writes in the post. "I'm doing ok, considering. I'm obviously very hurt and angry that she had to go through all that pain alone. But I'm also happy that she's not in pain anymore. And I also feel guilty for feeling happy. Basically the whole gamut of complex feelings everybody else has losing someone very close and special. I'm not unique. But its still scary."

Comicbook

Gay Deputy Sheriff Is Florida's First Line-of-Duty COVID-19 Casualty

Grocery workers are beginning to die of coronavirus

Tyson, JBS Closures Show Virus Hitting American Meat Production

Boy, one, is rushed to hospital after catching coronavirus from father when he brought it home from 'single short visit to Tesco'

Gay San Francisco Nurse Hospitalized With COVID-19

Tags: Business, Celebrity, Children, Contagion, Contamination, Coronavirus, Death, Employment, Family, Food, Gay, Grandparent, Illness, LGBTQ, Parental Burden, Police, Sad, Shopping, Travel, TV Swatch

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06-Apr-2020


430,000 people have traveled from China to the US since the COVID-19 outbreak appeared – including nearly 40,000 who arrived after President Trump imposed travel restrictions 

 

At least 430,000 people have traveled from China to the United States on direct flights since the COVID-19 disease surfaced last year - with nearly 40,000 arriving in the two months after President Trump imposed travel restrictions.

Additionally, there were more than 1,300 direct passenger flights and 381,000 travelers arriving to the United States from China in January. Around a quarter were Americans.

The New York Times reports that thousands of these passengers flew directly from China as US health officials were just beginning to gauge the severity of the outbreak.

The first reported cases of coronavirus emerged in Wuhan, China, at the end of last year.

Daily Mail

Tags: Backlash, Contagion, Coronavirus, Employment, Etiquette, Health, Interference, Neglect, Policy, Politics, Responsibility, Safety, Travel, Treatment

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05-Apr-2020


Texas City Mandates People Wear Masks in Public or Face $1,000 Fines 

 

Should you wear a mask during the coronavirus pandemic? The city of Laredo, Texas, has decided that yes, you do. And if you don’t wear one, they could fine you.

The city’s emergency mandate, which went into effect on April 2, states that every person over the age of five must wear “some form of covering over their nose and mouth” when using public transportation, taxis, ride shares, pumping gas or when inside a building open to the public. That face covering can include a homemade mask, scarf, bandana or handkerchief. The penalty for violating the order is a Class C misdemeanor, punishable by a fine up to $1,000.

Time

Coronavirus FAQs: Is A Homemade Mask Effective? And What's The Best Way To Wear One?

A Florida county is reminding people to maintain a distance of at least one alligator between each other

In the 1918 flu pandemic, not wearing a mask was illegal in some parts of America. What changed?

NYC health workers asked for masks, hospital execs gave them gags

Tags: Coronavirus, Employment, Environment, Etiquette, Gear, History, Instructional, Masks, Policy, Priorities, Safety, Social Distancing, Vulnerable

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05-Apr-2020


Just because you’re working from home doesn’t mean your boss isn’t watching you 

 

Employee monitoring software comes in many forms. It could be something as simple as Slack giving your boss access to your private messages or as complex as dedicated programs that monitor how many minutes you spend using Slack (also Facebook, YouTube, and, of course, your actual job). Some programs allow the employee to self-report time spent on various tasks, and others can record it for them. Some take screenshots of an employee’s monitor at random intervals, while others record every single key they press. Some employee monitoring features are so subtle you might not know they’re there.

The videoconferencing software Zoom, for example, used to allow hosts on its paid service to turn on something called “attention tracking.” This feature let them see if meeting attendees navigated away from the app for longer than 30 seconds during a meeting, which served as a good indication that they were looking at something else. It couldn’t see what they were looking at instead, and it could only be activated when the host was in screen-sharing mode. Zoom told Recode the feature was really meant for training purposes, when it’s important to know that people are actively watching a presentation.

Because attention tracking could be turned on without attendees’ knowledge — and because many people didn’t know the option existed until a string of reports recently raised alarm — many Zoom users felt like they were being spied on.

Vox

Tags: Business, Choices, Employment, Etiquette, Interest, Investment, Privacy, Quarantine, Responsibility, Tech, Training, Treatment

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02-Apr-2020


I'm a Doctor Recovering From COVID-19. I Can't Get Over the Government's Callousness for Human Life 

 

It’s hard to sit in a room alone and not really know which way you’re going to go.

And you don’t have any of your social support. My family actually quarantined upstate, because they live there mostly full-time this year. I was able to FaceTime, which is something probably a lot of elderly people can’t do. My kids, who are 2 and 4, don’t know. They think I was at work. I wore a mask, so they couldn’t really see the whole high-flow setup.

For my wife, her mother died of lung cancer when she was 13, so, this was acutely traumatic for her. She’s isolating upstate and she’s taking care of two kids while she’s really pregnant. I still don’t know how she’s dealing with it. Probably not well.

I managed my own high flow. After six days in the hospital, I was able to get down off the high flow for a long time. The hospital was full, and I was like — you know, I’m just feeling OK enough to manage at home. The hospital is such a sick, ill environment right now, I didn’t want to spend any more time there than I absolutely needed to. I definitely think I have a long way to recover, and certainly my lungs have taken a bit of a hit. It’s going to be a bit of time before I feel like I’m not at risk for regular infections, like pneumonia.

The virus is impacting a subset of people who are infected, but the aftershocks of this are going to be felt in a lot of different areas. The sort of emotional, psychological toll on health care workers will probably lead to people leaving medicine. This idea that — I can’t really adequately say it — that people are dispensable. The government thinks that we can go to work without proper PPE and put our lives at risk. That’s something you can’t really get over — this kind of callousness for human life. I think they should have been trying harder months ago. And there are going to be people who miss their mammograms and get breast cancer. Or they have chest pain and they don’t want to go to the hospital, because they don’t want to get COVID.

Time

Tags: Awareness, Coronavirus, Employment, Environment, Health, Portrait, Quarantine, Recovery, Safety, Support, Survival

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30-Mar-2020


IS IT SAFE TO GET MY MAIL DURING CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC? 

 

The virus, SARS-CoV-2, is known to primarily spread through respiratory droplets, so reducing close contact between people is a way to reduce the chances of being exposed. It's also possible that people could touch an infected object, transfer the virus to their hand and then touch their face and become infected.

However, it's unclear how long the virus can live on surfaces. Studies show it could remain on a surface for a few hours or several days, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). This time frame could also vary based on the type of surface and the temperature or humidity of the environment that it's in.

Newsweek

Amazon deliveryman caught spitting on package in vile video

Tags: Contagion, Coronavirus, Covidiots, Delivery, Employment, Environment, Etiquette, Mail, Safety, Threat, Unruly Child

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29-Mar-2020


Tone-deaf NYU dean sends video of herself dancing to students seeking tuition refunds 


 

Hundreds of students at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts demanded a partial tuition refund since spring classes were moved online amid the coronavirus pandemic –and their dean responded with a bizarre video of herself dancing to REM’s “Losing my Religion.’’

As of Friday evening, a Change.org petition started by NYU students has garnered more than 2,600 signatures from people seeking the tuition relief.

Students say online classes and remote learning via video conferencing app’s like Zoom are not worth the school’s $58,000-a-year tuition.

The petition is pushing for the NYU Board of Trustees “to refund a portion of our Spring 2020 tuition paid for the resources, universally deemed crucial to arts education, lost in the recent switch to remote teaching.”

NY Post

Tags: $, All Rights, Education, Employment, Environment, Etiquette, Fighting Back, Hostility, Maturity, Refund, Responsibility, Social Media, Treatment, Tuition, Video, Youth

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28-Mar-2020


JoAnn Fabrics Employees Are Furious They're Working in Crowded Stores After the Company Declared Itself ‘Essential’ 

 

Well-intentioned crafters have been flocking to JoAnn Fabrics this week for free, do-it-yourself mask and gown kits so they can make crucial medical gear that’s currently in short supply at hospitals treating coronavirus patients around the country.

But several employees who spoke to VICE News felt the company hadn’t considered their health and safety — or their customers’ — before making the decision to declare stores “essential,” remain open during states’ lockdowns, and launch an effort to draw even more shoppers.

At one store location in Colorado Springs, employees even picketed outside their store Wednesday. They stood a safe distance apart while holding signs that read “our health over their profit” and “fair wages for retail workers.”

Vice

Tags: $, All Rights, Business, Coronavirus, Employment, Etiquette, Fear, Health, Retail, Safety, Support, Treatment, Vulnerable

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27-Mar-2020


Parents Say School Expelled Elementary Students After Raising Coronavirus Concerns 

 

As the second full week of school closures comes to an end, many Bay Area parents are anxiously waiting to hear that it’s safe for their kids to return to class. But for a group of parents in the South Bay, their kids still won’t be allowed back on campus when classrooms reopen after administrators decided to withdraw their children from school in a move that left parents stunned.

The school’s decision comes after a series of critical Facebook comments from parents questioning the school’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.

“I was devastated,” a parent told NBC Bay Area when she learned her child is no longer enrolled. “I feel the school is just retaliating against us.”

NBC Bay Area

Coronavirus Heroes Are Getting Tossed From Their Homes by Scared Landlords

'It's just despair': Many Americans face coronavirus with no water to wash their hands

Tags: Children, Choices, Coronavirus, Education, Employment, Environment, Etiquette, Health, Home, Inhumanity, Interference, No more Heroes, Parental Burden, Psychology, Real Estate, Rejection, Responsibility, Safety, Self Interest, Termination, Threat, Treatment, Water, Youth

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26-Mar-2020


Coronavirus and work: Fla. employee says she was fired after asking to work from home 

 

A Tallahassee, Florida, worker says she was fired from her job after she asked to work from home amid coronavirus concerns.

Katherine Webster, 25, has an autoimmune illness called interstitial cystitis, and her 9-year-old son has diabetes and asthma.

As health authorities advise social distancing and local schools close through March, the local mom was afraid of potentially getting the virus from the office and bringing it home to her already-ill son.

She's a project engineer for Tower Construction Management, which is contracted by Robert Finvarb Companies to build the interior of the AC Hotel by Marriott being constructed as part of the Cascades Project, a $158 million mixed-use development in downtown Tallahassee.

USA Today

Tags: $, Awareness, Backlash, Business, Coronavirus, Disease, Employment, Etiquette, Exclusivity, Health, Lifestyle, Parental Burden, Portrait, Punishment, Safety, Social Distancing, Support, Survival, Treatment, Vulnerable

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25-Mar-2020


These Strippers Are Delivering Food To Stay Employed And Bring Joy During Coronavirus 

 

No one has jumped on the “from necessity comes creativity” train sparked by the coronavirus outbreak in a more wonderfully weird way than Portland, Oregon, strip club owner Shon Boulden.

As government mandates have brought businesses like Boulden’s to a screeching halt, he has come up with a way to raise spirits in the community and ensure his employees maintain some income: having dancers make food deliveries from the bar’s kitchen.

And it all started as a joke one night at Lucky Devil Lounge, one of his two clubs.

“We were cracking jokes like we do every night, coming up with funny alternate Uber names,” Boulden told HuffPost on the phone Monday, referring to the popular ride-hailing service. “Things like Doober for weed delivery, Luber to deliver lube. Then I was like, ‘Boober, when a topless girl picks you up and takes you to a strip club.’”

When Oregon Gov. Kate Brown (D) ordered the closure of bars and restaurants save for takeout and delivery on March 16 in order to hopefully stop the spread of COVID-19 in the state, Boulden took an adapted version of that joke to Twitter.

Huffpost

Tags: $, All Rights, Business, Coronavirus, Employment, Environment, Fighting Back, Humanity, Investment, Options, Respect, Stepping Up, Strippers, Support, Survival, Unity

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24-Mar-2020


Rudy Gobert says coronavirus made him lose sense of smell 

 

It took Rudy Gobert's positive test for COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, to spark much of the action we've seen take place across the sports world.

The NBA suspended its season, which was followed by the NHL, MLS and MLB doing the same. The NCAA canceled March Madness altogether.

Yet, Gobert faced plenty of criticism for how he carried himself in the days leading up to his diagnosis. He jokingly touched recorders and phones after a press conference to make light of the coronavirus outbreak and tested positive two days later – something he apologized for in his first health update.

Now that Gobert is nearing the two-week mark since he tested positive for the coronavirus, he took to Twitter to offer another update. And he's experiencing a side effect that hasn't been widely associated with COVID-19.

USA Today

Doctors Indicate Loss of Smell Could Be a Coronavirus Symptom

Tags: Backlash, Celebrity, Choices, Coronavirus, Employment, Environment, Etiquette, Health, Medical, Nature, Neglect, Privilege, Safety, Sports, Symptoms, Unruly Child

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23-Mar-2020


An anti-LGBTQ cardinal calls for Catholics to go to church despite coronavirus 

 

You have to hand it to Cardinal Raymond Burke – if nothing else, he’s consistent. He used to let HIV wreak havoc on people. Now he wants coronavirus to do the same.

Burke has been one of the fiercest anti-LGBTQ prelates in the Catholic Church. He has called homosexuality an “ailment” and told parents that they should not allow their children to meet same-sex couples. Burke has also been a leader in decrying the use of condoms to prevent HIV. Of course, the Vatican’s refusal to acknowledge condoms can save lives no doubt contributed to the death toll from AIDS.

Given his condom opposition, you might think that Burke simply wanted to consign LGBTQ people to death. But no, he’s an equal opportunity grim reaper. He wants to do the same for pious Catholics.

In a message to his followers this weekend, Burke says people should keep going to church, despite the calls from public health authorities in Italy to avoid groups.

“Just as we are able to purchase food and medicine, while taking care not to spread the coronavirus in the process, so also [sic] we must be able to pray in our churches and chapels, receive the Sacraments, and engage in acts of public prayer and devotion, so that we know God’s closeness to us and remain close to Him, fittingly calling upon His help,” Burke writes.

LGBTQ Nation

Tags: Backlash, Coronavirus, Employment, Etiquette, Hate, Health, Hostility, Hypocrisy, Ignorance, Interference, Lifestyle, Magic Splatter, Mental Health, Politics, Priorities, Privilege, Religion, Responsibility, Safety, Threat, World

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23-Mar-2020


Wilson Chandler neighbor defends building manager after Twitter tirade 

 

Wilson Chandler’s neighbors are rushing to the defense of his condo building’s manager after the Nets star bashed her in a furious tweet.

A day after four of his teammates tested positive for the coronavirus, a staffer at his One Brooklyn Bridge Park building allegedly called Chandler in his apartment. He later tweeted, “Building manager called me saying ‘Oh, I seen Nets players had the virus. We would like to know your status. And if you could possibly stay out of the lobby etc. We can’t afford to lose our staff.’”

But one condo owner in the building — which is also reportedly home to Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis, and formerly housed then-Nets, now-Bulls star Thaddeus Young — said of the staffer, “She is always professional and courteous and only wants to protect everybody who lives in our building.”

Page Six

Tags: Celebrity, Coronavirus, Employment, Environment, Etiquette, Health, Lifestyle, Privilege, Safety, Saving The Environment!, Social Media, Sports, Survival, Threat

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20-Mar-2020


Parents are losing their minds having kids home during coronavirus 

 

Home sweet home? More like home fresh hell.

New York City parents are losing their minds trying to balance working from home and playing teacher to their cooped-up kids amid the coronavirus outbreak. Schools shut down Monday, leaving mom and dad to their own devices.

“It’s definitely chaos,” says a 37-year-old Brooklyn lawyer and mom of two, who asked to withhold her name for work reasons. “Everything is out. Toys are everywhere. It’s complete mayhem in here. Do you know how hard it is to research and write while I have two f?ucking kids running around?”

NY Post

Tags: Children, Coronavirus, Employment, Environment, Investment, Parental Burden, Policy, Politics, Privilege, Responsibility, Safety, Threat, Treatment, Unruly Child, World

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19-Mar-2020




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