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Pandemic Risks

Pandemic wave risks delaying euro zone recovery: ECB’s Panetta

No results matched your search Economy16 hours ago (Oct 17, 2020 11:05AM ET) © Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Senior Deputy Governor of the Bank of Italy, Fabio Panetta is seen in his office ahead of his appointment to the European Central Bank’s executive committee FRANKFURT (Reuters) – The risk that the second wave of the coronavirus…

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India’s Gen Z Risks Getting Left Out of Formal Jobs, Study Says

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Coronavirus Risks

What we know about coronavirus risks to school age children

By Faith Karimi | CNN As coronavirus cases spike nationwide, most parents are wondering whether it’s safe to send their children back to school. But with most of the research and testing geared toward adults, the answer is complicated. President Donald Trump has ramped up pressure on officials to reopen schools, saying decisions to remain…

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Business COVID- Risks

COVID-19 risks ranked: Grocery stores among least-likely places to contract virus

June 13, 2020 | 6:28pm Enlarge Image Grocery stores among least-likely places to contract virus. NY Post photo composite Saddle up, we’re entering the Wild West phase of COVID-19. As summer heats up and government restrictions melt away, Americans are again free to weigh their own risks of practicing pre-pandemic pastimes like heading back to…

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Brexit Risks

Brexit in 2020 Risks Overtaxing Economy, Ex-BOE Official Warns

2/2 © Bloomberg. Cyclist pedal along Whitehall in London. Photographer: Hollie Adams/Bloomberg 2/2 (Bloomberg) — Leaving the European Union this year would be a lot to handle for the U.K. when the economy is already reeling from the coronavirus outbreak, according to a former Bank of England rate setter. “If they don’t do a postponement…

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Chris Reed: Risks of novel coronavirus transmission are now more clear. But mystery about immunity remains.

Four months into the coronavirus pandemic, many fears about how people get infected have gone away — at least among those who pay attention to credible sources of information.In March, there were breathless warnings that the novel coronavirus had been found on a cruise ship 17 days after it had been abandoned by humans. This…

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The unique risks posed by COVID-19 to prison inmates and correctional officers

Credit: CC0 Public Domain New research and guidance in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, published by Elsevier, focus on critical topics pertaining to community and individual health during the COVID-19 epidemic. Researchers outline guidelines to help address the unique and often overlooked risks posed by COVID-19 to both prison inmates and correctional officers The…

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reopening Risks

The risks of reopening too fast or rushing a coronavirus vaccine

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Long-Term Risks

Long-term risks of hypertensive disorders during pregnancy impact more women

Twice as many women who experienced a hypertensive disorder during any of their pregnancies were at increased risk of developing heart or kidney diseases earlier in life based on incidence per woman versus per pregnancy, according to a study published today in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. This is one of the…

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office Risks

The Long Road Back To The Office: Job Risks Of Reopening Too Soon

‘Stay Safe, Stay Home’ falling on deaf ears Getty The lack of understanding and preparedness for COVID-19 plus the fast-spreading nature of the virus has contributed to the exponential surge of cases worldwide, leading to a global pandemic of earth-shattering proportions. It has even been touted as an unprecedented health crisis with more grievous consequences…