Quantifying mortality rates is more difficult than it seems. A recent Wall Street Journal article explains that the numbers often only tell part of the story because only a certain number of people who die from COVID-19 actually make it into the hospital or get tested. The piece explains that the fatality rate is likely much higher than reported and policy makers should be careful when making decisions based on these numbers.
Zoom, a video conferencing software, has become wildly popular thanks to the global COVID-19 pandemic. It allows you to connect with tons of people through video at the click of a link, so many companies are using it for their staff meetings throughout the day. But it can get exhausting.