What are the side effects? Pain or redness on your arm, fatigue, muscle and joint aches, headache, and fatigue, for one to two days. All are more likely after the second shot. Know that side effects are prevalent and significant enough that healthcare facilities are being advised to schedule their workers to have a day off after receiving the vaccine. … [Read more...] about Who gets the COVID-19 vaccine first? What are the side effects? Your questions answered
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Anne says a fair minimum wage would be more empowering and would allow her to push back more on customer hostility. Tipping should remain as a bonus, Natasha says, “but I do think that we deserve a fair minimum wage on top of that.” She would not have to worry as much about her health as she does right now; she’s concerned about coming into close contact with infected customers, because her father has preexisting conditions. Nearly 70% of the restaurant workers surveyed for the report said that their employers are not consistently following all safety protocols; Natasha’s bar made staff pay for their own Clorox wipes and masks. To add to all this, an estimated 85% of service workers don’t have health insurance. … [Read more...] about ‘Maskual harassment,’ angry customers, and no tips: The life of restaurant workers during COVID-19
The researchers hope the maps will help cities create climate action plans by understanding what drives emissions in different places. The most important factors, they find, are household income, vehicle ownership and home size–all which are greater in suburbs. … [Read more...] about A Map Of The Carbon Footprint Of All 31,000 ZIP Codes In The U.S.
Gritzo says companies are starting to face the reality that the changing climate could lead to damages and business interruptions that go far beyond a broken pipe or power outage. “Climate risk has really made its way to risk managers’ priorities and I think that’s largely because it’s made its way to the boardroom, it’s made its way to shareholders, and privately held companies are thinking about it as well,” he says. … [Read more...] about Climate change is threatening your company’s building. Insurance won’t be enough to protect it
The brothers made the deliberate decision not to focus exclusively on design from one part of the world. Instead, they’re interested in picking products from different communities that they find beautiful, innovative, and well-crafted, then juxtapose them next to each other. “What you’re seeing is a representation of how we see the world,” Byron says. “And how these cultures can be amplified when they’re brought together.” … [Read more...] about These identical twins built a design shop that rejects white supremacy