Schools will operate with 50 percent staff capacity and require permission slips from parents.
The list of triggers for immediate closure at the University of Texas doesn’t include a faculty or staff death, which has already happened as the school readies itself for students.
Gyms in reopened states planned to enforce protocols like mask wearing, equipment sanitizing, and social distancing. Here's how gym-goers are handling and feeling about the new rules.
Bars and beaches that had reopened are being forced to close again as case numbers explode all over the country.
It's natural to yearn for the way life used to be, but pretending we're not still in the middle of a pandemic is dangerous.
How to navigate the tension between personal safety and what workplaces are asking of us.
“There's a tremendous amount of wishful thinking in COVID-19 right now. People want to come up with a magic pill, and want to come up with a magic test.”
Things aren't like they used to be.
In a choice between working out in a heavy-breathing crowd where everyone’s mask is dangling from one ear and working out at home: Good equipment is not worth people’s lives.
In theory, knowing who has antibodies and who's immune would be a large step toward reopening the country; in practice, the science isn't there yet.
The Department of Labor confirmed to VICE that workers who refuse to return to work out of a general fear for their safety will lose their CARES Act unemployment benefits.
Libertines frontman Pete Doherty will play the renovated venue's first two dates.