Cold chain logistics, difficult decisions and the changing demands sex workers face from COVID-19
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Two of the most promising COVID-19 vaccines need to be refrigerated at sub-zero temperature, so maintaining an environment ranging from -20 C to -70 C will be crucial to transport and deliver millions of doses.
We visit an industrial cold chain facility to find out how it's done, and we ask an expert if Canada is ready.
And can't decide whether you should go home for Christmas? We walk you through a five-step process, to help you self-assess the potential risks and rewards.
Plus it's not easy maintaining work that's highly physical during the pandemic. But like other small businesses, sex workers are learning to pivot as well.
From home made videos to sexting services, we find out how sex workers are adapting to the COVID economy.
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