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Coronavirus US: LA Amazon delivery man SPITS on the package

Ring doorbell camera captures difficult Amazon drivers deliberately spitting on a package and rubbing it in with their hands An Amazon delivery man appears to spit on a package he delivered to a Los Angeles home in the middle of the coronavirus outbreak Ring doorbell pictures captured the incident, which also shows the elderly, unidentified man dirty spit on package …

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ABC wounds open under Mecklenburg County coronavirus order

The residents of Charlotte on their way to buy a bottle of liquor will find some changes in local ABC stores during the new coronavirus pandemic. The 29 ABC stores, (one on North Graham Street is closed for renovation), are considered “substantial business operations” under Mecklenburg County Home Orders, which began Thursday. The order directs residents to protect their homes …

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Lawmakers demand Amazon gets serious about workers’ safety in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic

Photo: Getty After several worrying reports about Amazon’s meager response to the covid-19 pandemic, US lawmakers are demanding answers about how the richest company in the world plans to keep its employees safe. IN a letter to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos on Friday, Senator Bernie Sanders and Representative Ilhan Omar pressed for information on the e-commerce giant’s implementation of federal …

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French laundry restaurant Thomas Keller sues for coronavirus insurance

Keller’s attorney says the lawsuit against insurer Hartford Fire Insurance Company – and other similar challenges presented by restaurant owners – is intended to establish a legal precedent so that companies that get closed coronavirus terminations are covered by their business breakdown insurance policies. Matthew Sturdevant, spokesman for The Hartford, declined to comment. The suit was taken by French La …

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USPS: Berks Post Office Has Coronavirus | Berks regional news

RICHMOND TWP., Pa. – An employee of a Berks County post office has tested positive for coronavirus, according to the United States Postal Service. The USPS said the person worked for the Fleetwood Post Office, which is off Park Road in Richmond Township, just south of the city. “We are reaching out to the local public health office and will …

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Retailers are not sure when they will open again

Banana Republic: Stores closed March 19. Bath & Body Works: L Brands, the parent company of Victoria’s Secret and Bath & Body Works, announced in a news release on March 27 that it “cannot currently predict the time for stores to open.” Bed Bath & Beyond: All stores are closed until April 3, a change from what the retailer originally …

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Giant Eagle announces positive COVID-19 testing among employees

They want to make sure their customers and employees feel safe. At the top of the list of lives held by companies that will remain open during PANDEMICEN are grocery stores, a necessity that has some buyers cautious about making the move. >> I DON’T HAVE A SOURCE RIGHT NOW. I’m confused and frustrated like everyone else. >> PEOPLE NEED …

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The CEO of the fan manufacturer is speaking out when Trump invokes the Defense Production Act

The CEO of a Seattle company working with General Motors to produce ventilators says they were already moving forward with plans to roll out life-saving medical equipment before President Donald Trump decided to invoke the Defense Production Act. “We plan to produce over 1,000 units together by the end of April and, of course, with GM’s talent and skill, we …

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