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Mormon Missionaries Find St. John’s a Rock in the Storm

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Given the situation in America, the families of the young missionaries are more relieved than worried that they can’t get back to the United States.

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Family Physicians Frustrated with ‘Fee-for-Service’ Billing

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Fee-for-Service means longer wait-times, physical and mental stress for patients, and higher costs to the healthcare system—not ideal in a pandemic.

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OPINION: Covid-19 Will Transform Labour in NL

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Covid-19 impacts will be lasting. It will transform labour markets. How that happens is absolutely up to us.

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Indy Inks (3 April 2020)

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[muffled] Indeed I is, me ol’ cock, and long may your big jib draw.

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Crunching the Numbers on COVID-19

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Mathematical models are not crystal balls, but they can be useful tools for thinking about epidemics and for devising strategies to fight them.

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COVID-19 Drives Increased Needs—and Help—for Homeless

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The money from the federal government will mean “we’re going to see our capacity extended beyond what we’ve ever seen in St. John’s.”

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Memorial Grad Students Evicted for Their Own Safety

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GSU consulted with public health officials who warned them the Feild Hall residence could not be kept safe.

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“Stay Away:” Northern Communities Brace for Covid-19

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Last Wednesday, after a meeting with heads of government, health officials, police, and even the local fire department, Joe Dicker sat down and wrote a letter asking people to stay out of his town. The AngajukKak (or mayor) of Nain asked that anyone planning on coming to town—which sits on the north coast of Labrador in Nunatsiavut—to please consider the nature of their visit. If it wasn’t absolutely necessary, he asked that they “stay away.” The next day, the Nunatsiavut government issued its own directive, asking that all non-essential travel to and between Labrador’s Inuit communities be cancelled.  “Pandemics have had catastrophic impacts in Nunatsiavut in the past, and all efforts must be taken to help prevent the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus to all Labrador Inuit communities,” the release said.  Nunatsiavut is under the same public health emergency as the rest of Newfoundland and Labrador, as officials scramble to…

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In a Pandemic, Local Journalism is More Valuable than Ever

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Journalism is fundamental to keeping our society and democratic way of life alive as it too faces unprecedented stresses from the pandemic.

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An Open Letter to Our Governments on COVID-19

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In all responses to COVID-19 we must prioritize those who are most physiologically and socially vulnerable to this virus and the social response to it.

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Indy Inks (23 March 2020)

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