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We’ve got to be a place that gives people tools to help them grapple with the challenges of today, whether it’s helping people grapple with race, or a better understanding of the power of science.
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That includes our understanding of how the virus spreads, how it attacks the body, how having another disease at the same time might raise the risk, and what leads to super-spreader events.
That includes our understanding of how the virus spreads, how it attacks the body, how having another disease at the same time might raise the risk, and what leads to superspreader events.
Although I had a general understanding of how our elections are run, it wasn’t until I actually assisted in the processing of ballots that I realized just how much effort goes into the security of our elections.
It was clear through interviews with Pelletier and members of the commission that there was not a common understanding of the executive director’s role versus the commissioners’ role, Fox said.
I do find that they have a better understanding of where you are coming from.
Now that scientists have a better understanding of transmission, blanket lockdowns may not be needed.
A mix of social commentary and memoir that aims to reshape our understanding of racism and inequality.
Only then will we, as a country, have a better understanding of who we are and what we represent.
Now we can look at these data, and look at this model, and kind of get some understanding of what that means in terms of a relative risk.

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