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COVID and the Capital City: here’s what you need to know

President Biden’s newly enforced vaccine mandate states that companies with more than 100 employees will now have to require all workers to be vaccinated or frequently tested. It’s no secret that much of the world is divided when it comes to the topic of to vaccinate or not.

Bridging the digital divide in Trenton’s school system amid Covid-19

By Janique Burke. The Coronavirus pandemic has uncovered many issues within our society over the past year, as we were forced to hunker down inside and adhere to social distancing guidelines. Businesses and schools all over Trenton, New Jersey, as well as across the country, closed in the process. While we were all trying to figure out our new normal, our homes became our sanctuaries. Concerns about at-home conditions arose within our society while work-from-home and virtual learning became “a thing.” Two things that have come to light at this time are that digital devices and Internet service are luxuries for some and not a commonality in all homes, as low-income communities bear the brunt.

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