Is it possible to have 2 Operating Systems booted at the same time. 2nd being live from USB stick?

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Is it possible to have 2 Operating Systems booted at the same time. 2nd being live from USB stick?

Say main OS being Linux, and then you switch to a "Bootable USB Tails" for some tasks, and return to main OS when you want; without having to restart.

Is this technically possible with 1 laptop only? Is there a software, technology or peripheral device allowing this?

This is for work or banking sensitive data, where i want to avoid being monitored on main Linux. Thus usage of virtualization is redundant as if my screens get monitored so does VMware usage, for example...
 
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It is a duplicate. I wasn't sure where it would apply better.
Please delete this one if you have the rights to.
 
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