The country faces a shortfall of up to 350,000 laborers just when it is bracing for deep economic impacts from the novel coronavirus pandemic.
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Mother and baby are doing "very well," according to a spokesperson for the couple. Johnson returned to work Monday after being treated for COVID-19.
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The versatile actor vaulted to international stardom after playing a police inspector in the 2008 film. Khan, 54, was adored in India despite not being a Bollywood heartthrob.
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Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is a longtime advocate of alternatives to public schools, including home schooling. The secretary has also created a grant for work-based learning programs.
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Scott Severs and his wife Julie Bartlett have been able to pay their mortgage and they have a healthy emergency fund. So he donated his federal rescue check, though he acknowledges not everyone can.
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STAT News: “As the virus that causes Covid-19 spreads worldwide, this dashboard offers a snapshot of the crisis right now. Click on a country name to get a more detailed geographic breakdown at the state, province, or county level. Please note that because of limited testing capacity in some areas, the actual number of cases is believed to be higher. The datasets are drawn from over 15 sources and can be reviewed here. In some cases, data on hospitalizations were not available. This dashboard was produced through a partnership between STAT and Applied XL, a Newlab Venture Studio company. This tool will be updated with new datasets in the future, based on additional reporting and reader input. You can participate by sharing your ideas. What kind of data should we explore next? Let us know.” [In the past two days, the U.S. had a total of over 2,500 coronavirus deaths…]
And a canoe is not the best option when the paddler can't swim. Here's how doctors and nurses are getting to work in Uganda after the government clampdown on traffic to slow the spread of COVID-19.
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New numbers due out Wednesday are expected to show GDP contracted as the coronavirus lockdown began. It would be the first quarterly drop in six years and a precursor to a deep recession.
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