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Read: 71% of U.S. Workers Don’t Feel Completely Safe in Their Buildings

71% of U.S. Workers Don’t Feel Completely Safe in Their Buildings

A survey conducted by Honeywell also found that 29% of remote workers would quit before returning to a risky worksite.

Read: Top 10 Campus Safety Healthcare Articles from 2020

Top 10 Campus Safety Healthcare Articles from 2020

Between a global pandemic and increasing hospital violence, 2020 has been a challenging and unpredictable year for the healthcare sector.

Read: Doing the Holidays Differently This Year

Doing the Holidays Differently This Year

The coronavirus vaccines have just arrived, but we still must be vigilant and change the way we celebrate the holidays right now.

Read: CDC: More Kids, Adolescents Got COVID from Social Events Than School

CDC: More Kids, Adolescents Got COVID from Social Events Than School

Mississippians aged 18 and under who tested positive were more likely to have attended a social event but not more likely to have attended school or childcare.

Read: Expect New Healthcare Challenges and Greater Technology Investment in 2021

Expect New Healthcare Challenges and Greater Technology Investment in 2021

Security technologies such as network cameras, access control, touchless entry and analytics have clear uses for healthcare now and in the post-COVID world.

Read: Doctor’s Selfie Used to Fuel Claims That COVID is a Hoax

Doctor’s Selfie Used to Fuel Claims That COVID is a Hoax

The doctor said the photo was intended to “recognize and to thank all of our health care teammates that often go unrecognized.”

Read: Relying on Existing Technology to Meet COVID-19 Safety Requirements

Relying on Existing Technology to Meet COVID-19 Safety Requirements

Schools and colleges are expected to implement specific COVID-19 safety protocols, yet many are working with significantly reduced budgets.

Read: Coronavirus Family Safety Plans: Protect Your Loved Ones and Help Save America

Coronavirus Family Safety Plans: Protect Your Loved Ones and Help Save America

If you break the family-unit COVID-19 transmission chains, you can save the lives of teachers, healthcare workers and police officers. You might even help save our nation.

Read: Experts: To Slow the Spread of COVID-19, Focus on Air Ventilation and Filtration

Experts: To Slow the Spread of COVID-19, Focus on Air Ventilation and Filtration

Scientists now say disinfecting surfaces does little to reduce the transmission of the coronavirus.

Read: North Dakota Allowing COVID-Positive Healthcare Workers to Stay on the Job

North Dakota Allowing COVID-Positive Healthcare Workers to Stay on the Job

The move is opposed by the North Dakota Nurses Association.

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