Dr. Michael Osterholm of the University of Minnesota has been podcasting on COVID-19 since the pandemic began. I don’t always agree with him, but I appreciate his honest assessment of where we are with the coronavirus.
WHO has lost control of the public naming process. It was bound to happen.
Last week when I was in the UK, the news was all about inflation, heat waves, drought, fires, supply chain problems, and staff shortages. Sound familiar?
Last week I attended a very special reunion with two of my classmates from the 1950’s-era American Dependents School in Tehran.
Several news sources have already announced that the Public Health Emergency Declaration for COVID-19 will be renewed this Friday, July 15, 2022. The Emergency was first declare on Jan. 31, 2020, and has been extended nine times
Yesterday a Los Angeles Times headline read: “Are widespread layoffs coming? How the pandemic has changed employers’ recession strategy.” While some businesses are facing a recession by laying people off, others are struggling to keep their employees
It’s summer and I’m going places! But all we see in the news is dire predictions of flight delays and cancellations. There is even a website called Flight Aware which has an interactive “Misery Map” showing all the delayed and cancelled flights for a given day.
For better or for worse, QR codes are now part of the COVID era landscape. It all started in1994, when engineer Masahiro Hara was working on a compact code to track car parts.