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Coronavirus Updates and Tips for April 3, 2020 include:
* Inslee extends ‘Stay Home, Stay Healthy’ through May 4,
* Food bank lines surge across America,
* Goodwill of the Olympics & Rainier Region announced 1,300 layoffs,
* Mayor Foster announced COVID-19 cases in Yelm!

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Inslee extends ‘Stay Home, Stay Healthy’ through May 4

New England Patriots jet transports 1 million masks from China

Food bank lines surge across America with the rate of unemployment

Goodwill of the Olympics & Rainier Region announces massive 1,300 layoffs

Mayor Foster confirmed COVID-19 cases in Yelm

Trump [FINALLY] invokes Defense Production Act for ventilator manufacturing

Tumwater takes steps to help residents, businesses – how about Yelm?

Banks warn of ‘utter chaos’ in new small business lending program

The Farmer’s Basket: A Buyer’s Guide – Get your food from the source! The South Sound Community.

Farmers taking a big hit as beef and dairy sales decline up to 25%

Paying down debt may not be the best way to use your coronavirus stimulus check

Boeing to offer employees voluntary layoffs amid coronavirus pandemic

US weekly jobless claims double to 6.6 million – the biggest ever!

We Are Facing a Resurgence of Sexually Transmitted Infections Amid the Pandemic

US Secret Service warns that coronavirus email scams are on the rise

World Coronavirus COVID-19 cases by the numbers

Navy relieves captain who sounded alarm about COVID-19 outbreak on aircraft carrier

Delta Airlines subsidiary retools to manufacture PPE for healthcare workers

It could take 4 to 5 years for many Americans to recover wages lost to coronavirus

Why the global recession could last a long time

“Now, fears are growing that the downturn could be far more punishing and long lasting than initially feared — potentially enduring into next year, and even beyond — as governments intensify restrictions on business to halt the spread of the pandemic, and as fear of the virus reconfigures the very concept of public space, impeding consumer-led economic growth.

“So long as human interaction remains dangerous, business cannot responsibly return to normal. And what was normal before may not be anymore. People may be less inclined to jam into crowded restaurants and concert halls even after the virus is contained,” by The New York Times. Read more

Posted by Steve on April 3, 2020 at 12:01 am | Permalink

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