Can Long-Term Care Employers Require Staff Members to Be Vaccinated?

She endorses reimbursing staff members for time and expenses. But, she noted: “There’s good evidence from behavioral economics that offering money signals taking risks. These vaccines really are safe and effective, so we don’t want to solidify people’s fears.” Although Covid-19 cases and deaths are falling in long-term facilities, even those with high vaccination rates …

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The Avant-Garde Is Alive and Well and Making Fashion

It’s hard to believe that Marine Serre, the 29-year-old French designer whose work was featured in Beyoncé’s “Black is King” visual album and who kicked off Paris Fashion Week with perhaps the most human, immersive, fully realized digital “activation” of the entire fashion month, founded her brand only three years ago. Not only does she …

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Modern Love: My Parents’ Divorce and That Two-House, Duffel-Bag Life

[Sign up for Love Letter, our weekly email about Modern Love, weddings and relationships.] In the first stage, denial, I refused to accept that my parents’ divorce was happening. I would drag my feet along with my mother or father to open houses and real estate agents’ offices. With a book or granola bar in …

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Popular Drug Does Not Alleviate Mild Covid-19 Symptoms, Study Finds

Ivermectin, a controversial anti-parasitic drug that has been touted as a potential Covid-19 treatment, does not speed recovery in people with mild cases of the disease, according to a randomized controlled trial published on Thursday in the journal JAMA. Ivermectin is typically used to treat parasitic worms in both people and animals, but scientific evidence …

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