By Rob Wright, Chief Editor, Life Science Leader
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In August I took my father for a hospital-based test, followed by a doctor’s appointment in an office building across the street. While sitting in the waiting area, my dad made an interesting observation. “I see they don’t want any magazines being passed around to prevent the spread of COVID-19.” That’s when I noticed it. There was no coffee table brimming with two-year-old magazines topped by today’s daily newspaper. The periodical rack on the wall, which had at least a dozen slots, was completely empty. The locked suggestion box with the proverbial pen on a chain contained no paper on which to provide comments. And suddenly I found myself wondering, “Will COVID-19 be the actual death of print publications?"