Coronavirus

Read: FEMA Academies to Remain Closed Until Oct. 1

FEMA Academies to Remain Closed Until Oct. 1

FEMA’s training academies have postponed reopening due to COVID-19.

Read: 10 School Safety Dos and Don’ts Caught on Camera by Security Consultants

10 School Safety Dos and Don’ts Caught on Camera by Security Consultants

These photos taken by K-12 school safety consultants during actual site assessments contain both security dos and don’ts. Can you spot them?

Read: How Will Florida Schools Handle Code Red Drills Amid Pandemic?

How Will Florida Schools Handle Code Red Drills Amid Pandemic?

The Florida Department of Education is working to create guidance on how schools should approach emergency drills while social distancing requirements are in place.

Read: Patient Damages Pennsylvania Hospital’s COVID-19 Negative Pressure Area

Patient Damages Pennsylvania Hospital’s COVID-19 Negative Pressure Area

The patient was upset he had tested positive for COVID-19. The estimated damage from the incident is more than $12,900.

Read: Teens and Tweens Spread COVID-19 Just as Much as Adults, Study Finds

Teens and Tweens Spread COVID-19 Just as Much as Adults, Study Finds

A new study analyzed 59,073 people who had contact with 5,706 coronavirus patients, focusing on people believed to be the first infected in their household.

Read: CENTEGIX Introduces ContactAlert™ for Contact Tracing in K-12 Schools

CENTEGIX Introduces ContactAlert™ for Contact Tracing in K-12 Schools

ContactAlert supports district leaders with anonymous contact tracing for school constituents during the coronavirus pandemic.

Read: 6 Steps K-12 Schools Must Take to Meet CDC Reopening Guidelines

6 Steps K-12 Schools Must Take to Meet CDC Reopening Guidelines

Monitoring building access and optimizing HVAC systems to limit the spread of COVID-19 are just a few ways K-12 schools can reopen with confidence.

Read: Engaging and Informing: The Role of AppArmor Technology in COVID-19 Response

Engaging and Informing: The Role of AppArmor Technology in COVID-19 Response

Learn what communication challenges campus security professionals have faced during the COVID-19 pandemic and how the right software technology can address them.

Read: Burned Out by Videoconferencing? You’re Not Alone. Zoom Fatigue Is Real.

Burned Out by Videoconferencing? You’re Not Alone. Zoom Fatigue Is Real.

A new study from Microsoft found that we feel more stressed and overworked when we collaborate remotely than when we collaborate in person.

Read: Florida, Texas and Calif. Hospitals Nearing Capacity as COVID-19 Cases Spike

Florida, Texas and Calif. Hospitals Nearing Capacity as COVID-19 Cases Spike

Florida, Texas and California recorded 27,574 new cases Monday, accounting for more than a third of the new cases reported in the U.S.

1 2 3 4 5 20
Get Our Newsletters
Campus Safety Online Summit On-Demand Campus Safety HQ