Telemedicine became standard practice, even though it was rarely used before the pandemic.
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The novel coronavirus is doing what viruses do — in fact, what all life does. It’s mutating and creating new variants. This is evolution 101.
Despite more than 450,000 deaths from COVID-19 so far in the U.S., nearly a third of Americans say they definitely or probably will not get the vaccine, according to a recent Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs survey.
Millions of isolated people have found comfort by chatting with an AI bot. Therapeutic bots have improved users’ mental health for decades.
Recent research shows that about 80% of those who took up gardening since the beginning of COVID-19 will continue the pastime in 2021.
The University of Florida led the way in indoor mask compliance among six universities participating in a recent Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study of mask use on campuses during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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