“System” in the news
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The Wall Street Journal
· Cash or Jobs: How U.S. Economic Protection Stacks Up Internationally →
Tokyo and Berlin opted for expanded versions of their existing income-support programs for temporary layoffs and cuts in working hours: the Employment Adjustment Subsidy in Japan, and the Kurzarbeit system in Germany.
· Fifty million face masks bought by government cannot be used by NHS →
Although Singapore instituted a strong contact tracing system for its general population, the disease re-emerged in cramped dormitory accommodation used by thousands of foreign workers with inadequate hygiene facilities and shared canteens.
· China horror: Huge fireball explosion above Chinese city sparks 'doomsday panic' - VIDEO →
Earlier this week, the city's meteorological bureau declared a red alert for rainstorms, the highest level in China's four-tier colour-coded weather warning system.
· Russians in the Far East have been protesting for weeks. What does that say about democracy in Russia? →
Second, they demonstrate how competitive politics can reemerge in Russia despite its authoritarian political system.
· A visually impaired man tried to vote amid Covid-19 – but there were no safe options →
But as an overwhelmed election and postal system struggled to manage more than 1.2m requests for absentee ballots, many ballots never made it to voters’ homes or never left the local clerk’s office.
· Navajo elders: alone, without food, in despair →
She was working on a long-term solution – a case management system that would closely track elders’ needs.
· Richard Nixon bears responsibility for the pandemic’s child-care crisis →
These changes paved the way for Congress to enact a subsidy system in 1990.
· How Republicans gutted the biggest voting rights victory in recent history →
In a searing 125-page opinion earlier this year, a federal judge wrote that Republicans had created an “administrative train wreck” and a “pay-to-vote system”.
The Wall Street Journal
· Coronavirus Hobbled Amazon. Then the Tech Giant Bounced Back. →
The system works well when demand holds steady, but it can be stretched if there is a rush for which the company is unprepared, which happened in the first weeks of the pandemic.
· Ranking The Quarterbacks On Notre Dame's 2020 Schedule →
Blackman hasn’t quite developed the way I anticipated, but part of that has been a sketchy system and a porous offensive line.