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Memorial Day Gasoline Days Near 20-Year Low

Welcome to the end of Memorial Day, a week traditionally filled with fun, food, family- and driving. If you are one of the lucky ones to come out and about this weekend, you will see at the pump that gas prices are in the low 20s. Going into the holiday weekend, the national average for gas prices, according to AAA, …

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Best Day Sale 2020 – all the best deals today

Today’s Day Sale is in full swing, and we’re here to help you organize the weekend’s parade deals by curating the best Day Pass sales from all major retailers. So far we have seen a steep discount on popular kitchen appliances from the Ninja along with the best Daylight deals we’ve seen on a QLED TV. You can also find …

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Amazon threatens campus closure of coronavirus | Amazon

Health officials in southeastern Wisconsin have warned Amazon that if the company does not fully cooperate with state testing and monitoring efforts, the Kenosha campus located 40 miles south of Milwaukee could close. The announcement came as at least 20 workers tested positive for coronavirus at two facilities. “Right now, the Kenosha County Health Division is struggling to receive coordinated …

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Florida’s unemployment system is broken, claimants’ data is hacked

Nearly 100 people have information on their unemployment claims exposed to a violation of state unemployment system data made public Thursday. The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity did not initially say how many people were affected, but agency spokesman Emilie Oglesby said in an email Thursday that 98 people were part of the “data security incident.” The agency said the …

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The Missouri hairstylist with a coronavirus worked on anonymity

The case highlighted threats of spreading to the US community as businesses reopened after weeks of closure to combat the spread of coronavirus. This time, the 84 customers exposed received services from the hairstylist at Great Clips, said Clay Goddard, director of the Springfield-Greene County Health Department. In addition to customers, seven co-workers were also informed about the exposure. It …

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San Diego County has closed Pacific Beach’s crowded restaurant

San Diego County shut down a Pacific Beach restaurant and bar Friday after video surfaced of crowds flowing with public orders, requiring patrons to practice socializing. At the county’s daily briefing Friday, Supervisor Nathan Fletcher played a video of people Thursday at El Prez on Mission Boulevard a few blocks south of Grand Avenue. People gathered on the first day …

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Hertz: Car rental company files for US bankruptcy protection

Copyright copyright Computers Car rental company Hertz has filed for bankruptcy protection in the US after the pandemic saw its business. The firm, which earns most of its revenue from car rentals at airports, said it was affected by the sharp decline in global travel. It will continue to operate while refinancing its debt. Hertz’s international operations in Europe, Australia …

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