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The COVID-19 outbreak appears headed for the U.S., and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are urging Americans to prepare now, such as by stocking up on food and prescription drugs. But since the U.S. economy and its workforce are also at risk of getting sick – a concern you can see in theThe COVID-19 outbreak appears headed for the U.S., and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are urging Americans to prepare now, such as by stocking up on food and prescription drugs. But since the U.S. economy and its workforce are also at risk of getting sick – a concern you can see in the

Coronavirus: A simple way to keep workers – and the economy – from getting sick

“Hope for the best, but prepare for the worst.” Information is released daily about the coronavirus along with the illness caused by it called COVID 19. H

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Make small changes to the rules for unemployment benefits.Make small changes to the rules for unemployment benefits.

These simple changes would help protect the economy from the coronavirus - MarketWatch

“1. Don’t listen to crazy stuff online. Get the facts about how to prevent & treat #Coronavirus https://t.co/pOv9tGyE67 2. Don’t just show up at ER call your doctor or hospital before you go 3. Employers, don’t force sick people to come in to work https://t.co/Yf2qpbtaPv”

Marco Rubio on Twitter: "1. Don’t listen to crazy stuff online. Get the facts about how to prevent & treat #Coronavirus https://t.co/pOv9tGyE67 2. Don’t just show up at ER call your doctor or hospital before you go 3. Employers, don’t force sick people to come in to work… https://t.co/G5TvfzzsXF"

“Who is getting sick? A look at coronavirus risk by age, gender, and more. By ⁦@sxbegle⁩. “Sharon Begley is really great,” my wife said last night after falling down a rabbit hole of Sharon stories. And she is. https://t.co/RlSLIscMGF”

Matthew Herper on Twitter: "Who is getting sick? A look at coronavirus risk by age, gender, and more. By ⁦@sxbegle⁩. “Sharon Begley is really great,” my wife said last night after falling down a rabbit hole of Sharon stories. And she is. https://t.co/RlSLIscMGF"

“Health Secretary @MattHancock says you WILL get sick pay if you have to self-isolate over coronavirus ‘If you are self isolating for medical reason then that counts’ @BBCr4today”

Victoria Derbyshire on Twitter: "Health Secretary @MattHancock says you WILL get sick pay if you have to self-isolate over coronavirus ‘If you are self isolating for medical reason then that counts’ @BBCr4today"

“Useful breakdown: "Who is getting sick, and how sick? A breakdown of #coronavirus risk by demographic factors" https://t.co/sAB06UmM2j via @statnews @sxbegle - 14.8% in people > 80 or older - 1.3% in 50-somethings - 1.3% in 50-somethings - 0.2% in people 10 to 39.”

Timothy Caulfield on Twitter: "Useful breakdown: "Who is getting sick, and how sick? A breakdown of #coronavirus risk by demographic factors" https://t.co/sAB06UmM2j via @statnews @sxbegle - 14.8% in people > 80 or older - 1.3% in 50-somethings - 1.3% in 50-somethings - 0.2% in people 10 to 39."

Cases of the new coronavirus are appearing in many U.S. states, with nearly 100 confirmed to date. Here's where they are.Cases of the new coronavirus are appearing in many U.S. states, with nearly 100 confirmed to date. Here's where they are.

Which U.S. states have confirmed coronavirus cases? | MPR News

The COVID-19 outbreak appears headed for the U.S., and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are urging Americans to prepare now, such as by stocking up on food and prescription drugs. But since the U.S. economy and its workforce are also at risk of getting sick – a concern you can see in the […]

There’s a simple way to keep workers – and the economy – from getting sick amid the coronavirus outbreak – Raw Story

The death toll from the coronavirus in the U.S. has climbed to six, and the disease has spread to ever more countries and world capitals, even as new cases in China have dropped to their lowest levelThe death toll from the coronavirus in the U.S. has climbed to six, and the disease has spread to ever more countries and world capitals, even as new cases in China have dropped to their lowest level

Health Officials in Washington State Report Six Coronavirus Deaths - KTVN Channel 2 - Reno Tahoe Sparks News, Weather, Video

The COVID-19 outbreak appears headed for the U.S., and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are urging Americans to prepare now, such as by stocking up on food and prescription drugs.

Coronavirus: A simple way to keep workers—and the economy—from getting sick