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May 20, 2020

What we're reading: A complication from fewer road deaths

By Citymetric Staff

An unexpected consequence: The good news is that there are fewer collisions and fewer road deaths due to coronavirus lockdowns. The bad news, Kaiser Health News reports, is the effect that’s having on the supply chain for organ donations.

Gotta go: Restrooms pose a major barrier to reopening businesses, and many won’t look like they did before the pandemic. The Washington Post talked to store and restaurant owners who are working to reduce the number of touched surfaces as well as the number of people who spend time in these typically tight quarters.

The new economy: The New York Times reports on an economic story playing out for the second time in about a decade: Young people are entering a job market in crisis, and the effects could stay with them throughout their career.

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