Concernedly [adverb]

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“We’ve seen that escalate externally,” Psaki said, including among business leaders concerned about the economic repercussions of the current limbo.

“All this time, I’ve been increasingly concerned because of the understaffing,” she said.

He estimated up to 95 percent of people who come in are ­asymptomatic and concerned about exposure or taking holiday precautions — a change from the spring, when most were essential workers with symptoms.

That, CalMatters reports, has public health experts and workers concerned, since millions of workers are receiving little information about whether or not it’s safe to go to work.

We’re not really concerned with their overall revenue and profit metrics.

Steelers Coach Mike Tomlin told CBS at halftime that he was not concerned about Roethlisberger’s injury to his left knee.

Pew says that 71 percent of parents are concerned that their kids spend too much time online.

It’s unfortunate that people are more concerned about if educators have a voice in the leadership of our school district than if parents have a full say in who represents the schools their students attend.

They may approve but that doesn’t mean they aren’t very concerned.

Among liberals, 61 percent said they were “very concerned” the virus would spread when students return to in-person classes.