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While the COVID-19 pandemic has been devastating for many businesses and workers, it has led to greater flexibility for workers in some industries. 

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When cosmetic clinics reopened in the U.S. in summer, a number of surgeons reported higher demand for Botox, fillers and various other plastic surgery procedures. A study of Google data, published in the Aesthetic Plastic Surgery journal, found that — after an initial drop in interest in March and April — the volume of searches for a variety of cosmetic procedures was higher in June and July than it had been in the months before the pandemic. The American Society of Plastic Surgeons, meanwhile, reported that almost two-thirds of the clinics it surveyed had experienced an increase in virtual consultations.


Judy Pederson, Nebraska Commission on Housing & Homelessness, and Carol Bodeen, Lincoln County Community Development Corporation, are host…

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