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The majority of workers in America just don't have that cushion to go without pay.

Sociologist Erin Hatton discusses with Al Jazeera why gig economy workers continue to work despite widespread concerns over contracting and spreading the novel coronavirus.

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Doctors and nurses run to where trouble is. We always have done that.

Health care policy expert Nancy Nielsen speaks to National Public Radio affiliate WBFO about how she and other non-practicing medical professionals are mobilizing to fight COVID-19.

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When you turn something that is not political, like a disease, into a political question, you remove the legitimacy of trustworthy sources...

Communication expert Yotam Ophir speaks to ProPublica about conservative radio downplaying the COVID-19 threat by saying aggresive containment efforts were a ploy to undercut the president.

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In times of adversity, our great university never fails to demonstrate great resourcefulness, resilience and character.

UB President Satish Tripathi in a memo to the UB community discussing the university's response to COVID-19.

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There is something surreal about how resilient this stock has been, in the face of such shock to domestic industrial activity.

Stock market expert Veljko Fotak discusses with Business Insider how the value of Chinese technology company Alibaba has persevered despite plunges in global markets caused by COVID-19.

A man pouring liquid into a graduated cylinder.
UB SNAPSHOT Handy With the Glycerol

Anthony Oswald, hazardous materials manager with UB’s Environment, Health and Safety department, mixes up some homemade hand sanitizer.

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