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With a dose of experience, intuition and resilience, Peruvian winemakers resist the pandemic and self-generate their income
The resilience of shopkeepers and winemakers has taught us inspiring lessons to rethink the relationship between survival, thought and action in the midst of a pandemic.
Mexico Will Buy 34.4 Million Vaccine Doses From Pfizer
The vaccines of this pharmaceutical company were photographed by the British press coming off the production line.
After denying the existence of COVID-19, influencer dies from this disease
"I also thought there was no COVID, and this is all relative. Until I got sick," he posted on his Instagram account.
What are the risks of most concern to successful entrepreneurs in 2020?
Unemployment and underemployment are the top concerns for business leaders in 2020, according to a recent survey.
How bars and restaurants survive the 'hangover' of the COVID-19 crisis
Only two out of 10 restaurants will live longer than 5 years, and the pandemic adds further uncertainty.
2 Guys From Utah Co-Founded a Healthcare-Solutions Company. Within a Year, They Were Managing Covid Testing for 3 States
Joshua Walker and Mark Newman thought they were going to revolutionize healthcare administration. Then the coronavirus revolutionized their business.
Lessons From a Viral LinkedIn Post: Authenticity Is More Important Than Ever
Sharing a bit of vulnerability can propel your career and your business marketing.
Young people return to their parents' homes in the US due to COVID-19
The obvious cause was the loss of job or decrease in income that the pandemic brought with it.
Believe it or not: Artificial coloring could be used to disinfect the air from COVID-19
A biomedical engineering laboratory in the US has developed a way to potentially neutralize airborne viruses using food coloring sprays.
An airport in Finland already uses dogs to detect COVID-19
The canines are part of a pilot program that is carried out with passengers on a voluntary basis.
They discover that the coronavirus could survive on phone screens for 28 days
That's 11 days longer than the flu virus.
Traffic light COVID CDMX: The capital stays another week in orange
The Mexican capital has already spent 15 weeks at a traffic light due to COVID-19, but it is expected to turn yellow soon due to the considerable drop in cases and hospitalizations.