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World Mask Week Aims to Inspire Global Movement to Wear Face Coverings in Public to Help Stem Exponential Spread of COVID-19

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SEATTLE, Aug. 6, 2020 /3BL Media/ - The Pandemic Action Network, WHO, Africa CDC, CDC and CDC Foundation, Facebook, Google, Global Citizen and 40+ partner organizations announced today the launch of World Mask Week from August 7-14, an effort to increase the use of face coverings in public across the globe.

CRB at Animal Health in the Heartland

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On August 18th, learn from CRB’s subject matter experts covering critical, relevant topics in the animal health market at this year’s Animal Health in the Heartland symposium, where the focus will be “Whole Animal Health.”

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The American Red Cross: Life-Saving Work Using Digital Experiences From Adobe

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Although an estimated 38 percent of the U.S. population is eligible to donate blood at any given time, less than 10 percent do so each year. The American Red Cross, a non-profit organization that provides about 40 percent of the nation’s blood, is committed to increasing the number of people who donate blood by educating Americans on the huge difference one blood donation makes in saving the lives of others.

Social Distancing — Yes; Customer Distancing — No T-Mobile & Metro Score J.D. Power's Top Spots for Wireless Customer Care (AGAIN)

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  • What’s the news: T-Mobile snags a record-breaking high score (AGAIN) from J.D. Power for Full-Service Wireless Customer Care. That’s the sixth time in a row and the TWENTIETH time*overall that the Un-carrier beats the Carriers in their segment. And, Metro by T-Mobile took top honors for the second time in a row among Non-Contract Full-Service Providers.
  • Why it matters:  As COVID-19 and economic uncertainty take hold, consumers often find longer hold times than usual when calling customer service. Not at T-Mobile. The Un-carrier quickly moved more than 12,000 care reps from 17 domestic call centers, setting them up to serve customers from the safety of their homes —no long wait times and no bouncing around.
  • Who it’s for:  Every wireless customer who wants to reach a helpful team when they’ve got questions.
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  • What’s the news: T-Mobile snags a record-breaking high score (AGAIN) from J.D. Power for Full-Service Wireless Customer Care. That’s the sixth time in a row and the TWENTIETH time*overall that the Un-carrier beats the Carriers in their segment. And, Metro by T-Mobile took top honors for the second time in a row among Non-Contract Full-Service Providers.
  • Why it matters:  As COVID-19 and economic uncertainty take hold, consumers often find longer hold times than usual when calling customer service. Not at T-Mobile. The Un-carrier quickly moved more than 12,000 care reps from 17 domestic call centers, setting them up to serve customers from the safety of their homes —no long wait times and no bouncing around.
  • Who it’s for:  Every wireless customer who wants to reach a helpful team when they’ve got questions.

Chicago Mom of 4 Donates Bone Marrow to 7-Year-Old Boy She Doesn't Know. 'You Just Want to Protect Them.'

By ALISON BOWEN
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Months passed and the pandemic began. And then Leone, a lawyer and co-founder of a tech startup, received a call that she was a match for a 7-year-old boy who has Hodgkin lymphoma. She was asked if she was still willing to be a donor.

“I said, absolutely,” she said.

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Keysight Technologies' Dan Krantz Discuss Challenges and Lessons Learned About the Impact of the Pandemic

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Dan Krantz, Vice President and Chief Information Officer at Keysight Technologies, recently joined CIOs from other tech companies for a NetEvents CIO roundtable to discuss challenges and lessons learned about the impact of the pandemic on their IT organizations.

1.8 Million Face Shields Delivered to Protect Medical Workers from Covid-19

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Personal initiatives by a pediatrician and by researchers to make face shields for medical workers have transformed into an industry collaboration that by June had delivered 1.8 million shields to hospitals and other organizations around the country with plans to produce 2.5 million all total. A $2 million donation from Aflac Incorporated for personal protective equipment (PPE) financed the bulk of the shields.

Alpharetta Teen Gets Surprise Parade to Celebrate Last Chemo Treatment

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By Nancy Clanton, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

“It was super hard,” to keep her son from finding out, Kelli Daniels said, “but I used my resources.”

Johnson & Johnson and Its Partners Mark a Milestone in the Quest for a Global Preventive HIV Vaccine With the Imbokodo Study

The clinical trial has completed full immunizations of the company's investigational HIV vaccine regimen. Learn what this means for the future of fighting the disease—and also for the creation of a potential vaccine for COVID-19.
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Since the start of the pandemic, Johnson & Johnson has been working to help address the devastating impacts of COVID-19 through the power of its science, the size of its global reach—and the know-how that comes from such experiences as standing up to challenges like HIV.

How Qualcomm Ventures Companies Are Aiding the Fight Against COVID-19

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Staying connected is more important than ever for all of us around the world, and in both our personal and professional lives. Enter wireless technology: It’s helping us keep in touch with friends and family, as well as work and learn remotely. It’s also supporting life-saving telemedicine and is instrumental in getting people food and other immediate resources.

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