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Twitter, Facebook, Shopify – these are just a few examples of large companies that have indicated that even after the pandemic, their employees will continue to work from home.
But is working from home good for everyone, and every company?
A new study will explore how people of different ages perceive the risk of getting COVID-19.
Before the pandemic, when we occupied the same physical space as others, we paid little attention to them. Now, under the current circumstances, we’re more attentive to each other — we’re actually less socially distant while being more physically distant.
Troy Glover, chair of the Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies, explains the notion of ‘neighbouring’ and the positives – and negatives – associated with it.
How a new COVID-19 screening tool can be used to identify older adults at risk
Apps that promote nutritious eating and grocery shopping via games can curb impulse purchases and contribute to a healthier lifestyle, a new study finds.
More than 90 long-term care homes in Ontario are suffering an outbreak of COVID-19.
The COVID-19 Vulnerability Screener can be used by lay persons to identify people at risk
When Mykayla Turner’s final recital was cancelled due to Covid-19, she decided to share her music online to bring peace and hope to others
How Waterloo professors are helping adapt health-response guidelines for lower-resource areas
Professor Zahid Butt, of the School of Public Health and Health Systems, answers common questions about face masks