What does COVID-19 stand for, anyway? A complete coronavirus glossary
Does anyone else feel like we’re in the midst of some pretty unsettling times? Even if you’re trying to keep a level head about where things stand with the coronavirus pandemic, it’s easy to turn on the TV or open social media and start to feel pretty overwhelmed, pretty quickly. For some, you can’t go out to eat, you’re now working from home and your kids aren’t even going to school. And with that, we thought we’d provide the following playbook. Yes, there is some science jargon involved here, but we tried to break it down for you in a way that’s easy to read and digestible.
Is the dictionary on its last lap?
Is the dictionary on its last lap? The Oxford Dictionary has long been a standard in most schools, colleges and homes. but publishers say that is changing. The next complete edition of the dictionary may be so big and expensive it may only be released online. Alphonso van Marsh explains why.cbsnews.com