"Smithfield is taking this action out of an abundance of caution for its employees in St. Charles amid the COVID-19 pandemic," the company said in a statement to Newsweek.
Tyson Foods announced meat processing plants in Washington, Iowa and Indiana would close this week after workers at each facility tested positive for COVID-19.
"You know, Trump talks about cabin fever like it's an actual illness," Trevor Noah said before getting into his Trump impersonation: "'This cabin fever, one of the worst outbreaks we've ever had. Even worse than that disease from the '70s: disco fever.'"
While Georgia's stay-at-home order will remain in place until April 30, some businesses will reopen this week.
During his latest coronavirus briefing, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp shared a list of businesses permitted to reopen starting April 24, with a second wave scheduled to resume operations three days later.
"If we were separating people by their eye color, certainly their skin color, the uproar would be quite quick and clear," Billions' Asia Kate Dillon told Newsweek.
"We want to do this in a thoughtful way that engenders confidence and ensures customers and employees are safe," Governor DeWine tweeted Thursday.
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The governor's office confirmed his intention to veto a bill that would allow more businesses to remain open during the coronavirus outbreak.
At least 19 USPS employees have died from COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, and more than 6,000 are in self-quarantine.
The allegations, which date to 1993, were filed in a criminal complaint with the Washington Metropolitan Police Department.
Social media commentators claim that the one-time $1,200 check being given to U.S. workers is much lower than what other countries are providing, but the truth is a little more complicated.
Tourism could see a decrease in revenue as 30 percent of poll participants said it would be more than six months before they felt comfortable taking a vacation.
"We are learning more about the coronavirus every day, but let me tell you this in no uncertain terms: It doesn't care if you are black, brown, white, red, yellow or some other shade," Dr. Echols wrote.
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As employers adjust to work-from-home requirements, new liabilities can arise that human resources managers have not traditionally had to consider.
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The cleaner was let go in February after saying it was not safe to work on a flight from China.
The company has brought in several measures to reward staff and protect them and customers during the COVID-19 outbreak.
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"These accusations are false," said Deputy Campaign Manager and Communications Director Kate Bedingfield.
"They care about money, not their people. But, we robots, or I mean associates, are what keeps that business running," one California associate said after a new COVID-19 case was confirmed.
Lawmakers say they're eyeing a variety of different proposals for a "Phase 4" package.
Brooklyn principal Dez-Ann Romain died Monday from complications of the novel coronavirus, the first member of the New York City public school system to pass from the virus
The NFL said last week the selection process will go ahead as planned but all public events around it have been canceled.
Trans people and other vulnerable communities have additional burdens beyond hoarding toilet paper as society reacts to the spreading coronavirus pandemic.
Corporate leaders have a big opportunity to prove that they meant their promise—or to prove the naysayers right.
In about 45 days, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus is projected to hit its peak in the state, straining the health care system's capacity.
Meanwhile, the U.S. is expected to issue tighter border restrictions.