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See-Through Face Masks In High Demand As Pandemic Surges : Shots

[ad_1] Michael Conley, who is deaf, models a mask that has a transparent panel in San Diego on June 3. Face coverings can make communication harder for people who rely on reading lips, and that has spurred a slew of startups and volunteers to make masks with plastic windows. Gregory Bull/AP hide caption toggle caption … Read more See-Through Face Masks In High Demand As Pandemic Surges : Shots

Millions Face Housing Crisis After Federal Moratorium On Evictions Expires : NPR

[ad_1] NPR’s Sarah McCammon speaks with lawyer Mark Melton, who is one of 100 attorneys in Dallas, doing pro bono work to help people threatened with evictions during the pandemic. SARAH MCCAMMON, HOST: Millions of Americans are worried about having a place to live now that the federal moratorium on evictions has expired. The measure … Read more Millions Face Housing Crisis After Federal Moratorium On Evictions Expires : NPR

Schools Face Shortage Of Nurses As Districts Consider Reopening : NPR

[ad_1] NPR’s Michel Martin talks with National Association of School Nurses Executive Director Donna Mazyck about the challenges facing school nurses amid the coronavirus pandemic. MICHEL MARTIN, HOST: We’ve spent the last few weeks thinking about the tough decisions that have to be made before the start of another school year. And now we want … Read more Schools Face Shortage Of Nurses As Districts Consider Reopening : NPR