If the coronavirus — Covid-19 — is a pandemic, so, too, is the coverage of its effects across the globe.
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For those lucky enough to have discretionary income or be in salaried positions with the ability to work from home, there are several ways we can support our small businesses.
So, how are you doing? We’re just getting into serious social distancing and quarantine public practices, and the best medical assessment of the exploding coronavirus pandemic is that, notwithstanding a massive self-destructive turn, it’s going to remain in effect for numerous months, at best.
Taking the globe by storm, coronavirus dominates news and business agendas while spreading fear and uncertainty in its wake.
Coronavirus may be the scariest word on the planet right now, but state and local efforts are underway to reduce the fear and bring calm to an uncertain situation.
Dominion Energy, which lights up 7 million customers in 18 states, has been paying special attention to Arlington.
The stunning speed of events of the last week as, belatedly, the U.S. has begun to catch up to the unprecedented demands required to stem a horrifying coronavirus pandemic are very likely to escalate further.
Confession: I was a teenage Fuller Brush man.
I want to fight the sense of security that I see outside of the epicenters, as if nothing was going to happen “here.” The media are reassuring, politicians are reassuring, while there’s little to be reassured of.