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In the interest of public health, BayCare Health System announced Friday it will begin reducing the number of non-urgent surgeries performed in its Pinellas County hospitals to ensure there is capacity for a growing number of severely-ill COVID-19 patients.
Cominar Real Estate Investment Trust to Announce its Second Quarter Results and will update on the situation surrounding COVID-19 on August 7, 2020
New York, July 03, 2020 -- Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report "Hong Kong Data Center Market - Investment Analysis and Growth Opportunities 2020-2025" -.
Britain is discussing with the European Union whether it will join a plan by the bloc to secure supplies of potential vaccines against COVID-19, officials in London and Brussels said on Friday. The UK-EU talks, first reported by the Financial Times, represent a test of the cooperation required to tackle international emergencies after Brexit. The EU is planning to spend around 2 billion euros ($2.3 billion) on the advance purchase of vaccines in testing, on behalf of the 27 EU states.
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The Global Barcode Label Printer Market will grow by $ 1.17 bn during 2020-2024
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Billionaire Robert Smith’s new plan to help historically black colleges and university students pay for college
Americans are approximately two weeks away from the filing deadline in this prolonged tax season and the Internal Revenue Service has received 6.3 million fewer returns than the same point last year, when the filing deadline had come and gone. Here’s a potential bright spot for anyone dreading the July 15 filing deadline: There’s still a good chance they have a refund waiting for them, according to experts studying their own client files and IRS statistics. H&R Block estimates that more than half of its clients who still haven’t filed yet are due a refund, according to Andy Phillips, director of the national tax preparation chain’s Tax Institute.
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American Airlines (AAL) has come under scrutiny for its decision not to block the middle seats on flights in the name of preventing coronavirus transmission — but many other airlines have taken this same stance. The carrier announced last week that starting Wed., July 1, it would resume booking flights to full capacity. Previously, the airline had said it would limit its flights to 85% capacity and block certain seats to ensure social distancing onboard its aircraft.
During a media roundtable Senate Committee hearing this week, the TSA laid out new policies and procedures to reduce the potential of infectious transmission.
There’s a good chance that you’ve been spending more time than ever in front of your TV the last few months. Thanks to coronavirus, home entertainment is practically the only entertainment these days, with concerts, theater and live shows on hold. But there’s one thing you can do to make your system a lot better: […]
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The World Health Organization (WHO) should soon get results from clinical trials it is conducting of drugs that might be effective in treating COVID-19 patients, its Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said on Friday. "Nearly 5,500 patients in 39 countries have so far been recruited into the Solidarity trial," he told a news briefing, referring to clinical studies the U.N. agency is conducting. "We expect interim results within the next two weeks."
New York, New York--(Newsfile Corp. - July 3, 2020) - Faruqi & Faruqi, LLP, a leading national securities law firm, reminds investors in Ryder System, Inc. ("Ryder" or the "Company") (NYSE: R) of the July 20, 2020 deadline to seek the role of lead plaintiff in a federal securities class action that has been filed against the Company. If you invested in Ryder System stock or options between July 23, 2015 and February 13, ...
A striking pale pink mansion in the exclusive Primrose Hill area of London has just gone on the market for a tad over $11 million (£9 million). Other than its standout color, the mansion’s claim to fame is that it is purported to be the home that helped inspire the 1956 Dodie Smith novel “101 […]
Change the Mascot today released the following statement following reports that Washington’s NFL team is undertaking a “review” of its offensive R-word name and mascot. "When Dan Snyder finally changes the name, Change the Mascot we will be the first to commend him for doing what is right.”
(Bloomberg) -- Prime Minister Boris Johnson urged Britons to act responsibly as pubs prepare to re-open and the government lifts quarantine rules on travel for 60 countries.Restaurants, hotels, cinemas and hairdressers will also be allowed to welcome customers for the first time in more than three months on Saturday. Non-essential retailers have been allowed to open since June.In a further easing of the lockdown brought in to contain the coronavirus, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps published a list of countries and territories that will be exempt from rules requiring arrivals to quarantine for 14 days. Those coming from the U.S., where infection rates remain high, will still need to quarantine.“As we take this next step, our biggest step yet, on the road to recovery, I urge the British people to do so safely,” Johnson said at a televised press conference on Friday evening. “The success of these businesses, the livelihoods of those who rely on them, and ultimately the economic health of the whole country is dependent on every single one of us acting responsibly.”The prime minister warned “we are not out of the woods yet,” saying ministers “will not hesitate in putting on the brakes and re-imposing restrictions” if the virus starts spreading again.Johnson also promised to publish a timetable next week to help get industries including theaters, events, nail bars and indoor gyms back up and running, as well as guidelines so that cricket matches can resume next weekend.Johnson is trying to jump-start the U.K. economy after the pandemic killed more than 43,000 people, pushing the country into what may be the worst recession in three centuries. Earlier this week, the premier accelerated 5 billion pounds ($6.2 billion) of spending, pledging to “build, build, build” in an effort to revive economic activity. Next week, Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak is due to unveil more measures.Sunak is focusing on preserving as many jobs as possible. His statement next week is likely to steer clear of big tax cuts and focus instead on a few targeted measures to help employment. Then, in the fall, he’ll outline a wider package of fiscal stimulus.Taxes on WealthyLabour Shadow Chancellor Anneliese Dodds said Sunak must create and protect jobs as well as ensure the wealthy bear the brunt of any future tax rises. She also called on the chancellor to extend the government’s furlough program -- due to end Oct. 31 -- in areas where local lockdowns are needed and in sectors of the economy that are struggling to restart.As many as 42% of firms plan to cut jobs in the next six months, with another 31% saying redundancies are possible, according to survey released by Make U.K., a lobbying group for manufacturers.Shapps unveiled a list of countries and territories that the government considers safe enough to waive a requirement for arrivals in England to self-isolate.From July 10, people arriving in England from 74 countries and territories including Germany, France, Greece, Spain and Italy will no longer have to observe a two-week quarantine. Russia, Portugal and the U.S. are not on the list.The provisions won’t extend to people returning to Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, which will set their own rules.The government is still wary of a resurgence in coronavirus cases, and has pledged to deploy a “whack-a-mole” strategy to quash any localized outbreaks by having more targeted lockdowns. The central English city of Leicester was placed under such provisions earlier this week.‘Will Not Hesitate’When the pubs re-open, the government is keen to avert scenes like those on beaches last week, when warm weather lured Britons in their thousands to the coast and social-distancing broke down. On Thursday, the Health Department published guidance for the hospitality industry to help with the government’s test and trace program.Pubs, hotels and restaurants were told to collect the names and phone numbers of clients and retain them for 21 days so that they can be contacted if anyone at the venue is later identified as suffering from the virus.Johnson said he will be going to a pub for a beer this weekend.“I can tell you that I will certainly buy and drink a pint,” he said. “This is a big turning point for us, we’ve got to get it right. Let’s work together and enjoy summer safely.”For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
Monthly job gains in May and June are historic, but the labor market is still facing a net loss of 14.7M job losses from the coronavirus recession.