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CORONAVIRUS DETECTED ON PARTICLE OF AIR POLLUTION

The Guardian. April 24, 2020  Damian Carrington, Environmental Editor

Exclusive: Scientists examine whether this route enables infections at longer distances

Coronavirus has been detected on particles of air pollution by scientists investigating whether this could enable it to be carried over longer distances and increase the number of people infected.

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GROUNDWATER SUSTAINABILITY PLANNING UNDETERRED BY COVID-19

COVID-19 has forced many of us to find creative ways of working together while sheltering in place. For California’s new groundwater sustainability agencies (GSAs), that means bringing together diverse groups of stakeholders in virtual forums to develop and implement state-mandated groundwater sustainability plans.

We talked to Dave Ceppos—who, as managing senior mediator at Sacramento State’s Consensus and Collaboration Program,…

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EASTERN CV MAY BE MORE SUSCEPTIBLE TO CORONAVIRUS

NBC Palm Springs, Regina Yurrita March 28, 2020

For families in the far Eastern Coachella Valley, complications from coronavirus could be much more dangerous.

Rebecca Zaragoza, who grew up in Thermal and has been advocating for social and environmental justice in these unincorporated areas, said “There are other health issues that make them even more vulnerable right now with the coronavirus.”

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COVID-19 Animated – Symptoms, pathology, distribution and methods of prevention

An animated explanation of the symptoms, pathology and methods of prevention of the symptoms, pathology and methods of prevention of the COVID-19 virus. This captivating and playful video explains key Covid-19 facts well for both young people and adults.

Video Credits: Dr James Gurney, Dr. Roser. Dr Daniel Cornforth, Prof Joshua Weitz our Wolrd in Data Technology…