COVID 19

Wellbeing Is As Important As Safety in a Post-COVID Workspace, Employees Say

Words by Tina Casey
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The end of the COVID-19 crisis is finally coming into view, but its disruptive impact on the U.S. workforce is only just beginning to take shape. In one especially significant development for employers, the struggle to recruit and retain top talent has intensified. The fresh wave of competition is not simply a matter of which company can offer more financial rewards.

Biogen, Americares and Harvard Chan C-CHANGE Help Community Health Clinics Address Climate Risks

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Biogen, Americares, and the Center for Climate, Health and the Global Environment at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health have teamed up to help community health clinics in the United States mitigate climate risks.

Procter & Gamble to Contribute Rs 50 Crore for COVID Vaccination

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'P&G is committed to playing an active role in India's fight against COVID-19 and will contribute Rs 50 crore towards 10 lakh vaccine doses covering vaccination of 5 lakh Indians, 100 citizens for every one employee we have in India,' P&G Indian Subcontinent CEO Madhusudan Gopalan said.

Meharry Medical College Announces $1.1 Million Truist Foundation Grant to Limit Spread of COVID-19 Through Innovative Technologies

Funding enables expanded contact tracing to address the pandemic on a national level
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NASHVILLE, Tenn., March 16, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Meharry Medical College has announced the receipt of a $1.1 million grant from the Truist Foundation to develop a national model for COVID-19 contact tracing through advanced technology solutions to limit the spread of the virus, especially among minority populations most impacted by the pandemic.

Truist Foundation President Reflects on 2020 and Shares Outlook for Future

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In 2020, we launched the Truist Foundation as an expression of Truist's commitment to inspire and build better lives and communities.

Dr. Eng Lim Goh Discusses the Exciting Work HPE AI is Having in Healthcare

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Join Dr. Jerome Baudry, a molecular biophysics professor from The University of Alabama in Huntsville, as he pushes the accelerator on coronavirus-focused drug discovery. He’s studying compounds and elements that occur in nature and their application to drug development. Using HPE’s Sentinel supercomputer, he’s researching these natural products’ efficacy against COVID-19 and sharing victories, setbacks and insights from the lab.

Hallmark Manufactures and Donates 10,000 Face Shields to State of Missouri

The shields will be provided free of charge to schools and healthcare facilities
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Kansas City, Mo., October 2, 2020 /3BL Media/ – Hallmark Cards, Inc. manufactured and donated 10,000 face shields to the State of Missouri for distribution to healthcare organizations and schools.

“When we saw all the heroes who are working to care for others during this pandemic, we knew we wanted to help in some way,” said Smith Holland, president, Hallmark Global. “Hallmark has two manufacturing plants in the greater Kansas City area that make greeting cards and wrapping paper every day, so it was a no-brainer for us to step up and make face shields.”

UPS Longitudes | More Signs of Improvement for Small Business

Chris Byrne @ UPS
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UPS has completed the seventh week of a study to measure the impact of COVID-19 on small and medium-sized businesses across the United States. This installment went to 400 U.S.-based respondents between May 6 and May 11.

While the coronavirus remains a heavy burden on small businesses, this week’s results indicate that the pandemic’s impact continues to abate.

We observed the lowest point of the downturn four weeks ago, and since then, the survey data has shown consistent signs of improvement.

CITGO Private Foundation Announces Almost $500,000 in COVID-19 Donations for Venezuela

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HOUSTON, May 21, 2020 /3BL Media/ – The Simón Bolívar Foundation Inc. (Simón Bolívar Foundation), the non-profit, private foundation of CITGO Petroleum Corporation, is awarding up to $278,380 from its COVID-19 Small Grants Program to ten 501(c)(3) charitable organizations for the ongoing development of health-focused projects in Venezuela. These organizations join the program's earlier grantees, bringing the number to 15 nonprofit organizations for a total donation of $475,343 in grants to help Venezuelans in need during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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