One big policy change is we need more people to have access to paid sick time.
It might also help to adjust social expectations to not expect much out of January as many people will be sick with things they picked up over the holidays.
Due to how important holiday traditions are to people it's a good example of a place where telling people to avoid gatherings is unlikely to work, so we should focus on making things safer and include time to recovery.
Pressefreiheit - Wie geht es weiter mit Julian Assange? | der Freitag @derfreitag
Why Biden Administration’s prosecution of Julian Assange is a serious mistake | Opinion @YahooNews
'Politicians and laypeople alike should remember that the press serves the citizens, not the government'
I'm not 100% certain if all people read articles before commenting but they should.
"COVID-19 doesn’t have to be medically severe to take a toll. Lekshmi Santhosh, a critical-care physician at UCSF, has seen Omicron exacerbate chronic health issues to the point where they turn fatal. “You could say they didn’t die of COVID,” she told me. “But if they didn’t have COVID, they wouldn’t have had this issue.” Iwasaki, of Yale, also worries about the storm of long-COVID cases, which can sprout out of infections that are initially almost symptom-free, that may soon be on the way. “Some of these people are bedridden, unable to return to work for months,” she told me. “There is nothing mild about it.”"
CPJ Ex. Director @RobertMMahoney: 'There is no real prosecutorial purpose served by keeping Assange behind bars or by bringing him to the USA
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