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The return of the loan comes as other businesses struggle to get funding under the CARES Act 2020.
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Through its reports, Google is helping to inform public health policy during the outbreak.
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The coronavirus pandemic has seemingly brought out the sharing, caring side of Americans and people across the world.
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The company has brought in several measures to reward staff and protect them and customers during the COVID-19 outbreak.
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Some warnings have been extended into April 2020.
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To help hospitals in their communities who are suffering face mask shortages, people are turning their hands to crafts and creativity.
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Several parts of Oklahoma are under weather watches and warnings due to severe thunderstorms, minor flooding and large hailstones.
No need to go out when dinner can be delivered to you.