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An international student recounts her experience of trying to return home while borders were closing due to the pandemic.
A graduate student shares her experience of trying to protect the people around her.
Women grassroots activists share their strategies.
In the world outside of the mass and social media, we can have a reasoned, and even emotional argument about what we should do about the situation we are in.
The guide calls for a significant up-scaling of testing to determine when people can return to work safely, and says that businesses will have to fundamentally change how they do things.
Research suggests that even a small increase in long-term exposure to fine particles leads to an increase in the mortality rate of up to 8 percent.
More than four million people have been forced to abandon their homes and reach emergency shelters, increasing the risk of contagion.
Companies are seeking to press ahead with investments on community lands or even take advantage of the pandemic to avoid the usual authorization requirements.