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All 50 U.S. states dropped jobs last April: Labor Department

(Reuters) – Unemployment rates have risen and employment has dropped in all 50 states of the United States and the District of Columbia in April as efforts to include pilonavirus pandemic businesses shut down nationwide, the Labor Department said Friday. FILE PHOTO: People who have lost their jobs can be found at the door of an Arkansas Workforce Center as …

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PB Bar El Prez Quiet for ‘Blatant Non-Compliance’ – NBC 7 San Diego

A popular bar and restaurant in Pacific Beach was shut down indefinitely by the county Friday after videos surfaced on social media showing several patrons mixing shoulder to shoulder and no face masks. County Supervisor Nathan Fletcher noted several instances of non-compliance The public health order reported Thursday, the first-day restaurant was allowing them to reopen their doors to eat …

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Las Vegas casinos are preparing to roll

LAS VEGAS (AP) – Free parking, but no valet service. Bartenders, blackjack sellers and waitresses wearing masks. Hand sanitizer anywhere. Yes, roll the dice, the cards will be dealt and the slot machines will be pointed. But poker rooms? Closed. Tourists returning to Las Vegas will see changes since gambling stopped in mid-March for the first time ever to ensure …

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Hertz Prepares Bankruptcy Liability Earlier this Weekend

Hertz Global Holdings Inc. is preparing to file for bankruptcy soon this weekend after failing to reach a solid agreement with leading lenders, according to people familiar with the matter. The car rental company plans to seek protection in chapter 11 in the coming days following government restrictions on travel collapse in air and land traffic, which defined the car …

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This is the average coronavirus stimulant payment in your state

More than 152 million stimulus checks have been issued to individuals in the last six weeks, according to data from the U.S. Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service. In all, the agencies distributed $ 257.9 billion in Economic Impact Payments. Uncle Sam began depositing funds into taxpayers’ bank accounts in mid-April. The average payment came out to $ 1,809. “Payment …

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Another Coronavirus Casualty: Summer Holidays

When she learned in mid-March that she had come to an internship with a nonprofit education in Washington, Lydia Burns, a senior at the University of Louisville, had called her mother to celebrate. The whole world is separate, but here, finally, is good news. “Mom, guess what?” he says. “Things are amazing!” All lasted a week. While he was working …

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IBM to cut jobs for the first time under the new CEO

SVP and Director at IBM Research Arvind Krishna speaks on stage during the 2016 Wired Business Conference on June 16, 2016 in New York City. Wrong Brian Ach? Photos of Getty IBM is cutting back on an undisclosed number of jobs, making it the first cut in labor under new Chief Executive Officer Arvind Krishna. “IBM’s work in a highly …

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Oxford prepares phase 2 vaccine trial; cases of advancement in India

The United States coronavirus death worm is approaching 100,000 about five months after the country confirmed the first case of Covid-19. More than 1.57 million people nationwide are infected, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University. On Thursday, President Donald Trump told reporters that “we are not closing our country” if the virus spreads again. States continue to chart …

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