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The U.S. Is Building A Contact-Tracer Army

Since late April, Jana De Brauwere has added a new routine to her work-from-home schedule. For four hours a day, four days a week, she calls up strangers, asks them if they are experiencing symptoms of the novel coronavirus, and suggests next steps if they are.  De Brauwere, a 44-year-old library manager at the main…

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The U.S. Is Building A Contact-Tracer Army

Since late April, Jana De Brauwere has added a new routine to her work-from-home schedule. For four hours a day, four days a week, she calls up strangers, asks them if they are experiencing symptoms of the novel coronavirus, and suggests next steps if they are.  De Brauwere, a 44-year-old library manager at the main…

The U.S. Is Building A Contact-Tracer Army

Since late April, Jana De Brauwere has added a new routine to her work-from-home schedule. For four hours a day, four days a week, she calls up strangers, asks them if they are experiencing symptoms of the novel coronavirus, and suggests next steps if they are.  De Brauwere, a 44-year-old library manager at the main…

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The Coronavirus Is Showing Banks That Oil Is a Bad Investment

Oil ain’t doing too well these days.Photo: GettyBanks are finally starting to get it: Fossil fuels ain’t worth it. Just last week, Citigroup joined the wave of banks no longer investing in oil and gas projects in the Arctic. The only major bank in the U.S. that hasn’t committed to this is Bank of America.…

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158 new coronavirus deaths in Massachusetts; over 1,800 new cases in state – WCVB Boston

158 new coronavirus deaths in Massachusetts; over 1,800 new cases in state The Massachusetts Department of Public Health confirmed 158 new COVID-19-related deaths across the state Sunday, bringing the state’s total to 4,004.The total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases rose to 68,087 after 1,824 new cases were reported by state health officials on May 3.The…

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