As we continue to navigate the coronavirus pandemic, many hospitals and health services are actually less busy than usual.
Could telecommunications technology offer a more targeted approach to controlling the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus?
The label used to describe these measures – “social distancing” – is a misnomer. While we must be physically distant, it’s crucial we maintain, or even increase, social contact with others during this unprecedented time.
While some people may be more susceptible to becoming seriously ill with the coronavirus than others, none of us are immune to the pervading sense of anxiety that has taken hold around the world.
Here are some useful strategies to help if you want to be productive and still feel connected to your workplace over what might be a long working-from-home period.
None of us can completely eliminate our risk of getting COVID-19, but one thing we can do is eat as healthily as possible.
How do we ensure rapid development and delivery of vaccines and other medicines, ethically and with proper oversight? How do we ration and distribute limited healthcare resources? How many of our personal freedoms are we willing to forgo to contain the pandemic?
As the novel coronavirus death toll mounts, it is natural to worry. How far will this virus travel through humanity, and could another such virus arise seemingly from nowhere?
Cases of the Wuhan coronavirus have increased dramatically over the past week, prompting concerns about how contagious the virus is and how it spreads.