2020-08-06@12:27:23 GMT
4 results - (0.000 seconds)

allowed to re:

    Whitney KimballA minute ago•Filed to:coronaviruscoronavirusanthony fauciSaveImage: Al Drago (Getty Images) Dr. Anthony Fauci has assured us that things are going to get a lot worse for everyone if certain states don’t start taking the pandemic seriously. “I would not be surprised if we go up to 100,000 [cases] a day if this does not turn around,” he testified to the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions on Tuesday. Fauci also emphasized that to solely focus on the areas where cases are surging “puts the entire country at risk.” Those areas currently experiencing surges include Georgia and Arizona, which allowed hair salons and gyms to reopen in April; Texas and Florida which allowed gyms to reopen in mid-May; and...
    Investment bank Goldman Sachs has released its very own typeface: an inoffensive set of sans-serif fonts dubbed Goldman Sans. But in the spirit of bankers everywhere, these fonts come with a catch in the contract. As their license states, you’re free to use Goldman Sans for just about anything you like so long as you don’t use it to criticize Goldman Sachs. Just by downloading the package of fonts, you agree to these terms and conditions. And although Goldman Sans is nominally a free font, Goldman Sachs retains complete control over the license, allowing it terminate usage for any reason it likes. Here are the relevant passages from the license: C.c. The User may not use the Licensed Font Software...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- California's stay-at-home order is continually being modified as Gov. Gavin Newsom allows for more sectors of the economy to reopen for business.But these industries don't get a carte blanche. They have to follow a new set of health and safety guidelines if they want to operate during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.Here's every sector that has been allowed to reopen so far - and some key industries still waiting for the green light:(Note: Local guidelines may be more restrictive, as they are in much of the Bay Area. There are still seven counties being held back from some of the Phase 2 and Phase 3 reopening.)Agriculture and livestock: One of the easier sectors to implement social distancing,...