As states throughout the US begin to reopen and employees return to their office jobs, employers are faced with the task of transitioning their staff back into office life while also keeping general morale up amid a worldwide pandemic.
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Ever since the coronavirus pandemic began impacting the United States in March, all major theme parks have been indefinitely closed. Now, Disney, Universal, and other major theme parks around the country are gearing up to reopen as early as June.
Researchers at the University of Southampton recently published findings in the journal of Science Advances that revealed evidence of a mass extinction that took place on Earth nearly 360 million years ago.
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently listed a compilation of new guidance on their website that stated antibody tests used to determine if an individual has been infected with Covid-19 may be wrong half the time.
More than 150 million Americans have received their coronavirus stimulus checks in the mail, however, if you’re in the same group as the other half of the country who has still yet to see their payment, there’s a few reasons as to why that can be true.
At just 21-years-old, Hindman was living alone in New York and paying for her Columbia University tuition by selling her own eggs. She’s always played the violin, but was originally studying to be a war correspondent.
Rental car companies typically account for about 10% or more of annual new car sales in the United States. It’s estimated that anywhere from 1.7 million to 2 million new cars were purchased through rental companies in 2019 alone.
For some companies the transition from office to at home has been a struggle, but for others, the transition went so smoothly that many big businesses are debating keeping their staff at home permanently even after this pandemic comes to a close; whenever that may be.
Worldwide travel has come to an obvious halt, and one of the largest markets that’s felt the direct effects of that is the tourism industry. More specifically, many Airbnb hosts are planning to sell their properties as a means of making up for the money they would normally be earning from the beginning of the summer vacation season.
Amid the worldwide coronavirus pandemic, it’s no surprise that we’re all feeling a lot more stressed than usual. On top of working from home, taking care of our families/loved ones, and having to worry about an infectious virus that spreads easily, there seems to be no time to just take a minute and breathe.
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- Disney World And Other Major Theme Parks Set Official Reopening Dates May 28, 2020
- Research Team Discovers Evidence Of Mass Extinction Event From 359 Million Years Ago May 28, 2020
- China Falls Out With Australia Over Covid-19 Compensation Demands May 28, 2020
- Disney World Employees Still Seeking Unemployment Benefits May 28, 2020
- Flaws Found in UK’s Contact-Tracing App May 28, 2020
- A Different Kind Of Day: What Can Children Expect in Their Return To School? May 28, 2020
- New Report From CDC Claims Half Of All Coronavirus Antibody Tests Are False May 27, 2020
- Why You May Have Not Received Your Stimulus Check Yet May 27, 2020