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Dalio’s contention is that this crisis will force global business to rethink how it approaches all aspect of its organizations and that this “restructuring”, which could last as long as three to five years, will create new and previously untapped opportunities and innovation related to digitization, data and human thinking.
Thermal cameras could be Louisiana’s next defense against coronavirus; here’s how they work
As businesses enter Phase 1 of Gov. John Bel Edwards’ reopening plan and residents venture out in larger numbers, some are considering thermographic cameras as one tool to combat the spread of the novel coronavirus. But the technology isn’t foolproof.
NEMA GD 4-2020 COVID-19 Cleaning and Disinfecting Guidance for Electrical Equipment
As we continue to learn more about the SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) virus, NEMA has developed specific guidance on how to maintain cleanliness while preserving the functionality and integrity of electrical equipment. Common disinfecting methods like fogging can damage electrical equipment and pose a safety hazard
Public safety answering point personnel already have a stressful job, plagued with understaffing.The coronavirus pandemic has added another layer of stress, as two National Emergency Number Association surveys indicate.
Kansas Governor Laura Kelly says the reopening of Kansas during the coronavirus pandemic remains subject to the whims of the virus.
During a news conference Friday afternoon, she discussed her decision to slow the reopening of the economy. On Thursday, she added Phase 1.5 to her reopening plan.
Most of Louisiana has officially been reopened for the first week of Phase 1's loosened coronavirus restrictions. So, when will the next phase begin in Louisiana? Here's everything you need to know about the plans in place to shift to Phase 2 when the time comes:
Thermal scanners, partitions and masks await Maryland casinogoers. Would people come back. A look at how things could look different at Maryland Live Casino as it prepares to reopen once coronavirus-related restrictions are eased.
As part of Gov. Greg Abbott's attempt to begin reviving the economy, myriad Texas businesses can reopen Friday. That includes bars, bowling alleys and aquariums at limited capacity. Restaurants can also operate at 50% capacity; they've been permitted to operate at 25% capacity since May 1.