Tag: COVID-19

Knowing Your Risk in the Fight Against COVID-19

Fighting COVID-19 now requires knowing your risk. As of May 2021, nearly 50% of American adults had been at least partially vaccinated against COVID-19, but the risks continue. From December to March, hesitancy about getting the vaccine fell by half. Many people admitted that they could be persuaded to get the vaccine if it meant that they could stop wearing masks and travel freely. In the last two weeks of …
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My experience 24 hours after the second moderna vaccine

There are lots of reports out about people’s experience with the Moderna and Pfizer Covid 19 vaccine. As a result, in my opinion there’s also a lot of misinformation regarding the latest vaccine efforts. As someone who decided to ignore any internet rumors about the vaccine and actually go and get it, I thought it would be a good idea to write a detailed report of my experience. I received …
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Cybersecurity for the Post-Covid Economy

As we are hopefully seeing the light at the end of the tunnel from the pandemic with proper distancing, masks, lockdowns, and vaccines, we should turn our attention to how business will be done in the post-pandemic economy. An often overlooked concern during these times is how to handle cybersecurity in an ever changing business setting. Many employees enjoy the freedom of working from home (WFH), however it makes for …
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Tips for Keeping Your Finances Intact During COVID-19

To say the emergence of the novel coronavirus has changed the way we live our lives would be an understatement. With many companies shifting to remote work and schools switching to digital learning, most of us have been spending a lot more time at home. Additionally, to help curb the spread of this highly infectious virus, we’ve largely stopped going out in public unless doing so is absolutely necessary. In …
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