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Tips and information for the Yelm area – May 14, 2020:
* Gov. Inslee’s guidelines for Phase 2 service providers,
* Buffett warns against carrying a credit card balance,
* CDC: Pets can get coronavirus, what to do!

Twisted Citrus, a restaurant in Canton, Ohio, has come up with an innovative solution to keep customers from accidentally touching each other — plastic shower curtains have been installed to create barriers between table
© Twisted Citrus/Facebook


+ Inslee issues directive to freeze hiring, personal service contracts and equipment purchases

+ Inslee issues guidance for resuming personal services and professional services in Phase 2

+ The big chill: A guide to using your freezer

+ WA Warm Line – for people living with emotional and mental health challenges

+ Farmers to give away 200,000 pounds of potatoes at Tacoma Dome on Thursday

+ Shoppers begin to shift from stockpiling to penny pinching at the grocery store

+ Warren Buffett warns against carrying a credit card balance

+ A look at Thurston County jobs, industries hit hardest by the COVID-19 shutdown

+ More funds available for groups providing emergency food, shelter in Thurston County

+ Pets can get coronavirus, CDC warns. Here’s what public health officials say to do


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Posted by Steve on May 14, 2020 at 12:01 am | Permalink

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