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Why traffic deaths spiked during COVID-19

Data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration also reveals that hospital trauma center patients involved in accidents had an increased use of alcohol, marijuana and opiods...   By: Laura Daly Trial Lawyer - Personal Injury, Premises Liability, Product Liability

Why traffic deaths spiked during COVID-192021-04-15T13:26:36-04:00

Covid-19 & Employment: Can my employer force me to take a COVID vaccine before returning to work?

  With vaccination programs underway across the United States, we have been getting questions about whether employers can force their employees to get a vaccine before resuming work.   By: James Swartz Managing & Principal Attorney - Car Accidents, Catastrophic Injuries,

Covid-19 & Employment: Can my employer force me to take a COVID vaccine before returning to work?2021-04-15T12:27:20-04:00

Homemade face masks, coronavirus, CDC: New guidelines and everything you should know

The CDC has reversed its recommendations about using face masks as the coronavirus pandemic develops. Here's what that means. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reversed its stance on wearing face masks on Friday, including cloth face coverings sewn at home. Its new guideline

Homemade face masks, coronavirus, CDC: New guidelines and everything you should know2021-04-17T12:59:30-04:00

Boston’s coronavirus-related restaurant woes trickle down to creative community

As the coronavirus crisis continues to leave restaurants throughout Massachusetts vacant, protective restrictions on onsite dining has sent a wave of upheaval crashing into the creative community.   “All of my clients have postponed all projects till further notice,” said Blind Fox artist Erica Hagler, whose

Boston’s coronavirus-related restaurant woes trickle down to creative community2021-04-15T14:06:13-04:00

Peaks, Testing, Lockdowns: How Coronavirus Vocabulary Causes Confusion

Officials often use similar words when describing the pandemic, but they are not always talking about the same thing, making global comparisons less useful. Making sense of the coronavirus pandemic requires getting up to speed on semantics as much as epidemiology. Government officials

Peaks, Testing, Lockdowns: How Coronavirus Vocabulary Causes Confusion2021-04-17T12:58:48-04:00
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