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Read: Survey: 41% of Workers Prefer Mobile Access Control Credentials Over Cards, Keys

Survey: 41% of Workers Prefer Mobile Access Control Credentials Over Cards, Keys

Additionally, 44% say access control is now more important due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Read: New Data Reveals Schools’ Top Safety Concerns about Campus Reopenings

New Data Reveals Schools’ Top Safety Concerns about Campus Reopenings

The report found that mental and physical health, and social distancing are among the top concerns as many schools adopt hybrid-learning approach.

Read: Survey Finds Universities Ready to Embrace Updated Access Control Technology

Survey Finds Universities Ready to Embrace Updated Access Control Technology

A new survey of higher ed IT and security pros found that most are ready to replace legacy access control systems.

Read: More Than 28 Million Disinfectant Wipes Needed for Single Cleaning of America’s Schools

More Than 28 Million Disinfectant Wipes Needed for Single Cleaning of America’s Schools

New ‘Clean Classroom Calculator’ Highlights Need for Support from Washington

Read: Study Finds Face Coverings Reduce Accuracy of Facial Recognition Technology

Study Finds Face Coverings Reduce Accuracy of Facial Recognition Technology

The more of the nose a mask covers, the lower the facial recognition algorithm’s accuracy.

Read: UPDATE: Coronavirus Has Killed More Than 600 U.S. Healthcare Workers

UPDATE: Coronavirus Has Killed More Than 600 U.S. Healthcare Workers

However, the death toll of healthcare workers from COVID-19 is most likely higher.

Read: Study: Most Black Americans Want Police to Maintain Same Level of Presence in Their Communities

Study: Most Black Americans Want Police to Maintain Same Level of Presence in Their Communities

Nearly nine in 10 Black Americans who had interacted with police in the past year and felt they were treated with courtesy and respect wanted police presence to remain the same or increase.

Read: Weather Experts Release Troubling Updated 2020 Hurricane Forecast

Weather Experts Release Troubling Updated 2020 Hurricane Forecast

Colorado State University researchers have upgraded their 2020 Atlantic hurricane season forecast and now predict an “extremely active” season.

Read: 2 Studies Suggest Young Children May Be Major Drivers of the Coronavirus Pandemic

2 Studies Suggest Young Children May Be Major Drivers of the Coronavirus Pandemic

One study also found that children, ages five to 17 with mild or moderate coronavirus symptoms have as much virus in their nasopharynx as adults.

Read: 35% of Parents Won’t Have Any Childcare if Schools Don’t Reopen

35% of Parents Won’t Have Any Childcare if Schools Don’t Reopen

A survey from Healthline also found 21% of parents have no choice but to leave their children home alone while they go to work.

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