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Yahoo!
Jul. 2, 2020

As all states have moved into various phases of re-opening, you might be wondering what this means for group rides or getting together for postride beers.

Bicycling
Jul. 2, 2020

Although the coronavirus pandemic has impacted day-to-day life for all, we fortunately still have the option to ride outside, solo or with a small group depending on where you live.

Las Vegas Review Journal
Jul. 2, 2020

Jon Thompson rarely gets a good look at the people he’s helping to feed, and almost never gets to speak with them.

Well + Good
Jul. 2, 2020

In an effort to keep COVID-19 transmission low on flights, Delta, American Airlines, and Jet Blue announced last week that they will be offering refunds to those who don’t pass airport temperature checks. The temperature screenings are meant to help identify those infected with the coronavirus at security checkpoints, but Brian Labus, PhD, MPH, an infectious disease epidemiologist and public health professor at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, says temperature screenings on their own aren’t enough to keep infected people off of planes.

Non-Compliant Podcast
Jul. 2, 2020

COVID-19 will permanently redefine the legal field. From how lawyers work and their need for a physical workspace, to fee arrangements, and the types of cases filed. Over the last few months, we’ve seen significant changes in BigLaw—firms have reduced their workforce, implemented hiring freezes, and shortened/ canceled their summer programs. Professor Nancy Rapoport joins us this week to discuss the evolving legal landscape and navigating a path forward. Join us next week for part two of our discussion with the Professor.

Las Vegas Review Journal
Jul. 2, 2020

At Red Rock Resort, there’s a separate line for Chairman-level players club members — much like there was at the buffet, back when we still had buffets — to shorten the wait for screenings.

El Tiempo
Jul. 2, 2020

At Red Rock Resort, there is a separate row for members of the presidential-level player club, such as the one at the buffet (when there were still buffets), to shorten the wait for inspections.

MSN
Jul. 1, 2020

While coronavirus continues to spread, some states, such as Texas, California, Arizona, and Florida, among others are reporting record-high cases and hospitalizations in recent days. Along with a spike in cases has been a wave of canceled races including the New York City Marathon, and you might be wondering what you should do for your own personal health during this time and how this could affect your training and your runs.

Las Vegas Review Journal
Jul. 1, 2020

Dr. Brian Labus, Epidemiologist with the UNLV School of Public Health and the governor’s medical advisory team, and RJ Health reporter Mary Hynes cover the latest topics surrounding COVID-19 in Nevada.

KSNV-TV: News 3
Jul. 1, 2020

There are several myths out there on the internet about safety precautions to prevent COVID-19.