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As U.S. schools shuttered, student mental health cratered, Reuters survey finds
As public school closures stretched into a full year, students across the United States many times encountered short-term or lasting mental health harm. Teachers were affected, too, Reuters found in a national survey of school districts.
Schools already testing students and staff for coronavirus say it's crucial to in-person class: 'It's worth it'
Public health experts are optimistic widespread vaccination will drive case counts lower, but testing remains critical to track new cases and variants that might make the virus more contagious or deadly.
Free Covid-19 tests for asymptomatic people now available weekdays at AT&T Center
With Covid-19 numbers rising and the start of the holiday season approaching, there's growing concern that the next few months could see large spikes for the disease. Community Labs has made it safer for families to get together for the Thanksgiving holiday. It's free tests are available for anyone who doesn't have Covid symptoms. The AT&T Center is the latest site for the tests.
Tech entrepreneur Graham Weston on catching COVID-19 and launching Community Labs, his mass-testing project
Graham Weston experienced dread, the existential kind, in March and early April. The downtown real estate developer and co-founder of Rackspace Technology caught COVID-19 from his 22-year-old son. His symptoms were the most familiar ones: fever, chills, chest pains and difficulty breathing.