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May 13, 2020

What we're reading: The office hours that could fight infection

By Citymetric Staff

The new work week: Returning to the office will be a challenge everywhere, but Fast Company writes about a schedule that could get people back together without new outbreaks: Four days in the office, followed by 10 days out.

Retail returns: As department stores attempt to get back in business, Covid-related changes are sure to come. The New York Times reports on the ways large stores will be different, including more visible cleaning efforts, contactless payments, and taking a step back from hospitality services.

Lasting effects: Seemingly everything is changing right now, and it’s hard to process what coronavirus consequences are here to stay. Vox has a good roundup of the health, economic, and social effects that could linger for years.

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