Here’s How Companies Are Responding To The Increase In Virus Cases

Companies are reconsidering their coronavirus measures as cases increase in the United States, fueled by the Delta variant. Lyft said on Wednesday will not require employees to return to the office until February, excitement It said it would close its reopened offices in San Francisco and New York and delay other reopening plans indefinitely. Their …

As Cases of the Virus Increase, Another Contagion Spreads Among Those Vaccinated:

As coronavirus cases resurface across the country, many vaccinated Americans are losing patience with vaccine holdups that neglect their civic duty or cling to conspiracy theories and misinformation, even as new patients arrive in emergency rooms and the nation renews mask recommendations. The country seemed to be coming out of the pandemic; but a month …

Coronavirus Cases Threaten Recruitment in Basketball

The 120,000-square-foot recreation center could be even busier on Friday, when hundreds of male college coaches arrive for the last lively recruiting weekend of the summer. (The NBA has allowed its scouts to participate in the Peach Jam on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays when college men’s coaches are not allowed, for an early look at …

Olympic Virus Cases Raise Tough Questions About Testing

In addition, transmission-related questions remain unresolved. Vaccinated people who are asymptomatic or have contagious infections can transmit the virus to others, but it is not yet clear how often this happens. Many experts said it’s best to err on the side of safety and regular testing until that science is more conclusive or vaccine rates …

States and Cities Close to Interim $26 Billion Deal on Opioid Cases

The distributors were accused by the plaintiffs of long turning a blind eye to large orders. Collectively, companies will pay $21 billion in 18 payments over 17 years. Fees for attorneys who pursue and finance costly litigation for years will be deducted from the total figure and are expected to be paid out faster than …