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No-bail: how the Fed saves Boeing without paying a dime

(Bloomberg) – Less than two months ago Boeing Co. went to Washington, hat in hand, demanding a $ 60 billion bailout for himself and his suppliers. The company, which had spent heavily on buybacks and was still struggling with the 737 Max crash, was an unlikely application for government support. However, by calling on the Federal Reserve to take unprecedented …

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Vacaville Bar ordered “discontinue and cancel” after reopening amid COVID-19 restrictions

The city of Vacaville is ordering a barber shop that denies restrictions on county and state coronaviruses for “termination and destruction,” officials said Friday. Primo’s bar owner Juan Desmarai was handed a warning on termination and rebate after Vakavil code officials asked him to close several times, the city of Vacaville said in a statement: “Unfortunately, these efforts have failed …

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How to interpret the results of a coronavirus antibody test – Quartz

SARS-CoV-2 antibody tests are difficult to interpret. Many health experts agree that tests seeking a blood sample for signs of past infection are key to rebuilding the economy, calculating the true mortality rate of Covid-19 and assessing how close we are to “herd immunity”. But the results can be misleading, even when the test is done as advertised (which is …

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Amazon, Instacart May Strike: Workers’ protests show some success

Major workers at major companies such as Amazon, Instacart and Target in the United States on Friday protested for better safety precautions, working conditions and pay during the coronavirus pandemic. The event attracted considerable media attention and political support, pushing companies to meet the basic demands that workers have been seeking since the outbreak of the disease in the United …

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Employees in Houston use your navel to track the spread of coronavirus

City health officials and scientists at Rice University have begun testing wastewater samples in Houston for COVID-19, a process they hope will reveal the true spread of the new coronavirus as clinical tests continue to lag. City-led efforts use studies that show that traces of the virus can be found in human faeces. By testing wastewater collected at urban wastewater …

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20 meat packers died from coronavirus, thousands infected: CDC

At least 20 US meat processing workers have died and nearly 5,000 have been infected with a coronavirus since the pandemic began, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. A report released Friday by the CDC provides the most complete and formal picture of the damage caused by COVID-19 to much of the immigrant and minority workforce at …

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