Uncharted Territory, Are We Safe?, New Developments, & Tips

Uncharted Territory, Are We Safe?, New Developments, & Tips

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States across the country are taking steps to reopen their local economies without a common national roadmap. Businesses, too, are reopening, often without a well-defined, statewide safety plan. They are challenged to find ways to conduct business while keeping employees and customers safe from COVID-19. Individuals returning to the workplace wonder if they will be safe from the virus.

The articles for this Weekend Reading series provide information on business reopening and worker safety including from the CDC and a link to the Cleveland Clinic’s Return to Work Amid COVID-19. I encourage you read Dr. Atul Gawande’s article, Amid the Coronavirus Crisis, a Regimen for Reëntry.  Dr. Atul Gawande is the author of four best-selling books: “Complications,” “Better,” The Checklist Manifesto”; and “Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End.”
Take the time to read about this week’s new  COVID-19 developments on testing concerns and an emerging youth illness that may be related to the novel coronavirus. And do not forget to check out the Self-Quarantine Reading & Tips section!

I hope you enjoy exploring the following:

Uncharted Territory: Reopening

  • The New Yorker: Amid the Coronavirus Crisis, a Regimen for Reëntry

Are We Safe?

  • WebMD: Nervous About Returning to Work? COVID Precautions
  • Washington Post: A majority of Americans going to work fear exposing their household to the coronavirus

New Developments

  • CDC: Multi-system Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C) Associated with Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
  • NPR: FDA Cautions About Accuracy Of Widely Used Abbott Coronavirus Test

  Self-Quarantine Reading & Tips

Enjoy the weekend and stay safe!


Suzanne Daniels, Ph.D.
AEPC President
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