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Anne Saulovich, MPH
MPH. Bilingual. Digital Strategist. Marketer. Researcher. Curious Questioner. Public Health advocate. Founding member . Left ♥ in NYC & Madrid.
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Anne Saulovich, MPH retweeted
John Myers 4h
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"We're now accountable, and in that accountability comes a responsibility to be transparent about these things, to be forthright with you about these things," Newsom says.
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Anne Saulovich, MPH retweeted
John Myers 4h
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About 15 minutes in, Newsom addressing other issues -- including eviction fears, new philanthropic funds for contact tracing. No disrespect to the governor, but there's no good way to bury serious questions related to the CalREDIE database. It's not a "news media narrative."
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Jeremy B. White 4h
Of the $15 billion California got via CARES Act, more than 75% already allocated says
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Jeremy B. White 4h
A 25% unemployment assistance contribution from California would amount to $700 million a week, says
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Carla Marinucci 4h
Landmark being hailed as a human rights move: San Francisco becomes first county in the nation to offer free calls to jail inmates
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Jeremy B. White 4h
“I did what any mother would do — I ran upstairs to my children’s bedroom." Oakland Mayor on protesters coming to her home, via NYT:
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Dr. Lucy Jones 5h
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We've seen these swarms in the Salton Sea before.
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Dr. Lucy Jones 5h
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Most foreshocks are very close (a few km) to their mainshock, so we think there is some increase in risk when quakes happen within 10 km of the San Andreas. 1 km away would be much riskier than 10. Today's quakes are ~12 km away. I am not cutting my vacation short.
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zerocool 4h
ongoing earthquake swarm at southern San Andreas (Salton Sea). 70+ quakes so far
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Dr. Lucy Jones 6h
We’re having a Salton Sea swarm. It’s the fourth time since 2001. This is in the Brawley Seismic Zone about 12 km south of the end of the San Andreas fault
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Noah Smith 🐇 7h
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7/But there are reasons we should not get overconfident about the future of cities after the pandemic. One reason is simply to look at history. Cities don't always grow.
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Noah Smith 🐇 7h
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6/And so far it's mostly rich people leaving cities to escape the virus, not the masses. (This echoes a pattern seen in many epidemics throughout history.)
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Noah Smith 🐇 7h
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5/But many are sanguine about cities' future. Disease used to be much more common than today, yet cities survived and thrived.
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Noah Smith 🐇 7h
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4/Rents tell a similar story.
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Noah Smith 🐇 7h
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3/Superstar cities like SF and NYC have been especially hard-hit.
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Noah Smith 🐇 7h
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2/COVID is certainly hitting big cities harder, employment-wise.
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Noah Smith 🐇 7h
1/Today's post is about big cities, and why they might not bounce back triumphantly after COVID is gone.
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Carla Marinucci 4h
-- says under Trump plan, responsibility for states to pick up 25% of cost of unemployment would be $700 million per week for CA. Says "the state does not have an identified resource" to do that..."there is no money sitting in the piggy bank,'' w/o "massive cuts."
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Lily Jamali 4h
Gov. Newsom: Trump’s executive order calls for states to pick up 25% of the cost, which would be $700M/week for California alone; $2.8B/week when funding runs out. “For us, the money simply does not exist.”
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