- The fall semester is quickly approaching for numerous US school districts, but lawmakers, school board members, and parents are still debating how and whether schools should reopen during the coronavirus pandemic.
- Matt Lambert, an emergency medicine physician and former chief medical information officer for New York City Health and Hospitals, told Business Insider that schools could reopen with strict health safety precautions but that the prevalence of the virus could challenge their ability to stay open.
- Lambert said it could be difficult identifying and separating coronavirus cases and flu cases because of the similarity between symptoms and increased exposure to others.
- “When the flu comes back around October, it’s going to create some challenges intermingling with the coronavirus, because patients don’t come in saying, ‘I have the coronavirus,’ or, ‘I have the flu’ — they come in saying, ‘I have a fever, a cough, or shortness of breath,'” he said.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., July 28, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Supplemental health brand Focus Laboratories partners with Walmart to make their O3+Maqui™ with omega-3 and maqui berry product available through Walmart.com. Selling through Walmart is a major victory for Focus Labs as the online retail giant is predicted to double its e-commerce sales from $15 billion in 2018 to nearly $38 billion by the end of 2020. Focus Laboratories innovates new avenues to better nutrition with their one of a kind supplement design, garnering them the attention of not just customers, but some of the largest retailers in the country.
As more and more people are buying their supplements from home to stay safe, online retail expansion is a major turning point for Focus Laboratories. By listing products through Walmart, Focus Laboratories can tap into a large portion of the United States market that does not buy their supplements in specialty