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COVID-19 Guidelines for Resuming Vocational Education and Training

As cases begin to drop thanks to mass vaccinations, VET programs are being removed from the back burner and getting the much-awaited opportunity to resume courses — but not without adequate health and safety measures. NSW Health released Return to VET Guidelines to support colleges, training organizations, and students in resuming in-person training.

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Human Behavior Dictates COVID-19's End, CDC Director Says

Medical and scientific solutions to COVID-19 can only go so far. But what will really help us leap towards global herd immunity is putting up a united front against the COVID-19 virus. Get vaccinated, abide by health and safety protocols such as mask-wearing and social distancing, and do your part to curb the spread and lead humanity to a COVID-free future. 

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How Small Businesses are Coping With COVID-19 Changes
As vaccination rates soar and stores are getting the go-signal to reopen, small brick-and-mortar businesses are faced with a challenge — adapting to changes in the new normal. Of course, small business owners are resourceful and creative, which gave rise to many strategies to keep their employees and customers safe, reduce contact, and contribute to curbing the spread of the virus.
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Vaccination Rates Among College Students in the U.S.: What Students Think About Vaccines
As vaccines become more widely available, inoculation rates among students and adolescents are rising and sparking hope for continuing education. Universities in a number of U.S. States are making significant progress in student vaccinations. In New York, schools have mandated COVID-19 vaccinations for students set to attend classes in-campus.
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