The other attack inside the Capitol that we need to talk about

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The insurrection was bad enough, but inside the Capitol, GOP legislators made things worse by refusing to adhere to basic COVID-19 protocols. Although many facts around the Capitol siege of January 6 remain murky a week later, one thing is abundantly clear: That day synthesized two unforgivable acts of Republican hostility from the past year into a multilayered attack. Read Full Story

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How to ask friends, coworkers, and strangers to wear a mask

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Experts weigh in on approaching difficult conversations around mask wearing, social distancing, and other safety protocols. As coronavirus rates continue to skyrocket across the United States, many of us are following protective measures, such as washing our hands frequently and wearing masks. But despite the evidence that mask wearing and social distancing decrease COVID-19 infection rates, not everyone is doing their part. In a recent Gallup poll, 18% of Americans said they either “rarely” or “never” wear a mask when outside their homes. Read Full Story

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In the post-pandemic world, your boss knows if you washed your hands

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PathSpot’s hand cleanliness sensor provides helpful feedback about food service worker cleanliness—but it’s also another way companies can surveil their employees. As restaurants start to reopen following the pandemic lockdowns, they’re going to need to implement new protocols for food handling and safety, both to prevent spread of the virus and to ensure wary customers that it’s safe to eat there. This will include things like temperature checks and mask wearing. And in some restaurants, that will mean employees to get your hands scanned to make sure you’ve washed them well enough. Read Full Story

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