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The risk of getting the virus from the physical objects in the house is very low.

Infectious disease expert Thomas Russo speaks to NBC's Today about the relative safety of vacation rentals in light of COVID-19.

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We need a shared community approach to this. We are all in this together.

Bruce Troen, a medical doctor and expert on aging, speaks to Heavy about the tragic toll that COVID-19 is taking on nursing homes, and how society needs to better care for vulnerable groups.

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Reopening an incredibly diverse border of 5,500 miles is extremely complicated.

Kathryn Bryk Friedman, an expert on U.S./Canada relations, writes in The Hill about how to best reopen the border with our northern neighbor amid the pandemic.

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Candidates for public office still rely heavily on campaign mailers as a key part of their get-out-the-vote efforts.

Political scientist Jacob Neiheisel talks to CNBC about how the U.S. Postal Service’s financial stress could affect upcoming elections.

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If there was ever a time that called for compassion in our shared spaces, it is now.

Civil rights expert Victoria Wolcott writes in the New York Daily News about the white woman in Central Park who called police on a black man for asking her to leash her dog.

UB SNAPSHOT Springtime and the Bees Are Buzzin’

Biology professor David Hoekstra inspects the hives on North Campus, where all of UB’s bees have survived their first winter.

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