For the most up-to-date news and information about the coronavirus pandemic, visit the WHO website. Even with the next stimulus bill and a second stimulus payment on the horizon, bouncing back from the coronavirus recession, deemed the fastest recession in US history,” isn’t going to be quick or easy.
A visit to the dentist has always been a nerve-racking experience for many people. But going to the dentist during COVID-19 elicits a new kind of fear. Social distancing and mask-wearing-the two most important actions you can take to prevent the spread of COVID-19-are impossible when you’re in the dentist’s chair.
This summer, hundreds of hotels around the world began reopening their doors, ready to welcome guests again after months of coronavirus-fueled closures. Nearly all of them are following strict guidelines and protocols to ensure guests’ safety, whether it’s by reducing capacity, keeping rooms empty for a period of time between stays, installing touchless check-in processes, or minimizing contact between staff and guests.
The coronavirus shutdown can be the perfect opportunity for you to to become an entrepreneur, according to best-selling author Patrice Washington. Washington lost her real estate business in 2008 and spent the next decade building a new career helping others with their finances. She is also the host of “The Redefining Wealth Podcast.”
When it comes to money, coronavirus has split the nation. Financial stress dominates for many of the 9.5 million employees on furlough, potentially facing unemployment as the scheme unwinds, and for those whose small businesses have been disrupted or whose finances were already precarious before the crisis.
As confirmed COVID-19 cases continue to rise across the U.S., it can be frustrating to see people dismiss the official advice for curbing the spread of the pandemic. And when the resistance is coming from within your own household, it’s even more infuriating. Step forward Pandemic Teen – an even more irritating dependent than Regular Teen.
Between sky-high unemployment rates and the stalled reopening of businesses as new cases numbers rise, many Americans are in need of financial help during the coronavirus pandemic. With that in mind, below are three ways that you can quickly get access to the funds you need to stay afloat.
Leave it to a global pandemic to make you wistfully long for dates consisting of overpriced cocktails at a noisy bar before awkwardly making out on a street corner and getting ghosted. Sigh. While your go-to date activities from the Before Times…
Unsurprisingly, no one was prepared for what 2020 would bring. With little warning, nonessential businesses were shut down or forced to transition to a fully remote work environment, and many faced tough decisions that involved pay cuts, furloughs, and layoffs. Others scrambled to ramp-up hiring to meet pandemic-driven demands and take necessary precautions to keep their employees safe and healthy.
People want to debate whether wearing a mask works against COVID-19, but the CDC says it’s the gloves you should take off. The CDC and the European CDC have both released guidelines stating that glove use isn’t a necessary preventive tactic when it comes to COVID-19.
There’s a lot of information out there about how governments, health professionals and the general public should respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. WHO has published guidance and advice every step of the way. During health emergencies like the COVID-19 pandemic, one of WHO’s most vital roles is to gather data and research from around the world, evaluate it, and then advise countries on how to respond.