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Which stock wins in a matchup between these two pharmacy giants?
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Makers of product-tracking beacons suggest using the tools to help enforce social distancing in the workplace.
2020-05-17 11:56:35| Mondaq.Com
The novel coronavirus pandemic has created an immediate and immense need for scientific research. Amid this urgency, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB), during its twenty-third plenary session held on April 21...
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2020-05-16 09:00:24| Guardian Unlimited Business - more business news
Hygiene measures planned but cost concerns and Joe Wicks effect may slash membershipEvery day during the coronavirus lockdown, the government has hammered home the need for the public to take daily exercise. The irony is that the UKs more than 7,000 gyms and leisure centres are shut, leaving the population to improvise with Joe Wicks on YouTube and cobbled-together workouts in the park.More than 10m memberships were effectively put on ice when gyms closed in March, and we now know gyms will be among the last businesses to reopen come the summer. In the meantime, the industry is designing a new fitness regime to address the health warning hanging over shared treadmills, dumbbells and exercise mats. But will Britons ever want to sweat en masse again, and with restrictions in place, do the numbers add up for gym operators any more? Continue reading...