This coronavirus changed the way we live our lives everyday. Taking a look at how the global pandemic has affected many aspects of life in the United States reveals the unique nature of this crisis
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On social media, memes -. Often featuring instructions urgent graphic or dystopian – has become a vector efficiently bad advice on how to fight the coronavirus, and health care professionals who work for
one meme, misstating benefits gargling salt water, indicating that virus as a cluster of burrs green , infect the throat of a man glowing blue. One of a series of posts with bad advice – including claims that sunlight can kill the virus and ice cream should be avoided -. Pasted on behalf of UNICEF
“It is, of course, is not true,” said Christopher tidey, spokesman for UNICEF, the UN Children’s Fund.
“The error information during a health crisis could result in people who are protected or less susceptible to viruses,” he added. “It can also spread paranoia, fear and stigmatization, and have other consequences, such as offering a false sense of protection.”
Here is spread through Twitter, Facebook and WhatsApp.
Ten days after the first cases of coronavirus found in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, the ski industry is worth billions of dollars the state has shut itself down.
“This is something that is not as we have seen before in the history of our industry,” said Melanie Mills, president of Colorado Ski Country USA, a trade association representing 23 ski areas of the country.
at the end of last week, Eagle County, home to Vail and Beaver Creek resorts, has a lot of coronavirus infection – 24 – as Denver County, despite having one-tenth of the population. ski resort, with their spikes seasonal global visitors, and their communities nearby, which has limited medical services, create a unique combination of worries.
Last week, there is growing worry that, as a medical center of the mountain filled with tourists getting fed up with coronavirus and other ski-related injuries and illness, there will be little room for the expected onslaught of coronavirus cases among residents.
hope of keeping open slopes come to a screeching halt when Vail Resorts announced will temporarily shut resort in North America, including Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge and Keystone in Colorado.
among the disappointed was Jeff Kottkamp, a former deputy governor of Florida, who was in Colorado on vacation. “Thank you for making this announcement as we are driving to Vail,” she wrote on Twitter in a post he later deleted.
Gov. Jared Polis of Colorado said: “Thank you for your deep concern about the health of our citizens in the face of a global pandemic.”
By Helen Ouyang, MD
Last week, many people were surprised to hear that Dr. Kurt Kloss, space emergency physician in New York, for some 20,000 of his colleagues are looking for advice on how to handle coronavirus outbreak. “If you are responsible for the federal response to Pandemic,” office began, “what would your recommendation be?”
The question was not only a hypothesis. daughter Dr. Kloss is married to the brother of Jared Kushner, who has been put in charge of the White House response to the pandemic. But many people have commented on the alarm: Crowdsourcing medical advice in social media, is that a reliable way to get health information alive or dead
As an emergency room physician at the front lines of a pandemic, however? I was not surprised. I have worked back-to-back shifts at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, where the country’s first patient admitted to the hospital with Covid-19 is being treated, and have some patients tested positive for Novel coronavirus. And like many of my colleagues, I have been gathering information from Facebook, Twitter and other social media.
By Lauren Messman
Frieze New York had been canceled “in light of the global health problem of the COVID-19,” Frieze said Wednesday.
art fair is to take place 07-10 May at Randalls Island Park, with 200 galleries participated and a special focus on Latin descent artist and the artist community of Chicago.
Frieze said it was also developed, and that the first stage will be bound by the Frieze New York. , Which opened in Rockefeller Center on April 22, will be delayed until the summer. The decision to cancel the Frieze New York following the cancellation and postponement of various international art exhibition in the middle of coronavirus pandemic.
With the fear of infection is increasing among factory workers, and some customers shopping for a car, a few cars on Wednesday decided to idle their plants in the United States, Canada and Mexico for at least a week , Their decision will put tens of thousands of people lost their jobs and adds to growing economic toll this epidemic coronavirus
The country’s car -. General Motors, Ford Motor and Fiat Chrysler – decided to close the plant after the American Auto unions urged them to do so to protect workers. The pressure intensified after it was revealed on Wednesday that a worker at Ford’s truck plant in Dearborn, Mich., Has tested positive for the virus.
Honda and Toyota also said it will idle their plant in North America. Car plant shutdown will force hundreds of companies that manufacture parts and components to follow during the next few days.
Although some auto workers will be eligible for sick pay, many will get only a portion of their income and others will have to rely on unemployment insurance.
More than one million people are employed in the automobile and auto parts manufacturing in the United States, and 1.3 million work for a car dealership, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
car into week hoping to keep their plants running and employees safe by changing the shift schedule to leave more time for plant sanitation and reduce contact between employees. On Monday, the Chevrolet division G.M. began offering zero percent loans to lure customers to dealerships. Hyundai offered to let customers return newly purchased cars if they had lost their jobs.
At the same time U.A.W. it presses three companies based in and around Detroit stop production for two weeks. On Tuesday, GM, Ford and Fiat Chrysler agreed to take steps briefly turn off production.
Then on Wednesday morning, Honda announced plans to stop production, and news of Ford workers in Dearborn, Mich., Was made public. In response, Ford halted work on the final assembly of the plant while continuing production in the stamping and body shops.
A few hours later, all three of the big car US reversed course and said they would idle their factories
Niraj Chokshi contributed reporting
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there is no doubt about it .. it’s time uncertain and scary, but you and your loved one who still need to eat, and the act of preparing and serving food – even modest – can bring great convenience for the cook as well as restaurants. If you have a decently stocked kitchen, you can create wonderful meals out of some staples. And if you can safely get to the grocery store or have delivered to you, your options are even greater.Breakfast: There’s something about starting the day with a full stomach makes everything seem like it would be OK. ,, A, and a convenient choice, and the leftovers can be frozen for later. Too. (Top night ice cream sundae with later.) And if you really have some time on your hands, make breakfast event and preparing meals are usually intended for the weekend, like, or with .Lunch: If you’re working from home, take this opportunity to make something delicious. (And might not eat it hunched over laptops or scrolling through Twitter?) Melissa Clark or come together in a snap. If the soup is what you desire you, Alexa Weibel or Colu Henry will soothe your soul. Or change the pasta in your kitchen into or, sunny and salty dishes made with capers, anchovies and garlic. …
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coronavirus has dramatically shifted so much about our lives this year.
We are here to help with answers to frequently asked questions on a daily ,, and.
For a complete list of questions ,.
What if someone in my family is sick?
If the family members do not need hospitalization and can be treated at home, you have to help him with basic needs and monitor their symptoms, while also keeping as much distance as possible, according If there is room, the family members who are sick should stay in a separate room and use separate bathrooms to minimize contact with family members healthy. Each shared spaces must have good air flow, such as open windows or air conditioning, and you do not have to allow any visitors except for those who need to be at home. Your family members should wear a face mask when he is around other people, and if he can not because of difficulty breathing, you should wear a mask.
Make sure not share dishes or other household items with sick family members and regularly clean surfaces such as counters, doorknobs, toilet and a desk. Do not forget to wash your hands frequently.
Help me understand the economic downfall.
It feels a lot like 2008, has not it? Peter S. Goodman, an economics correspondent for The Times, said there are major differences between that and today’s economic turbulence: utter uncertainty spread of the epidemic. “The disaster was eerily familiar, with trillions of dollars in wealth destroyed almost every day and deepened concern that the business will fail,”. “However, the traditional policy prescriptions seem unsuitable for the suffering at hand.”
really means controlling the health crisis – keep home workers, restrict travel and disrupt trade -. The risk of making a bad economic crisis
“sense of powerlessness is fed fears prompted investors to trash anything risky, which in turn damages the economic outlook and reinforces the fear – feedback,”. he wrote
How this will affect the 2020 elections?
Some countries have postponed their introduction. Officials in countries that will be developed with the primary was, like using hand sanitizer at the polling stations.
And even though the election has not yet begun, already, which has become a central issue between President Trump and two major Democratic candidate, former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. and Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont. The effect of a pandemic on the economy has challenged the core message Mr. Trump, that Americans are better than before he took office. Biden has proposed a detailed plan for hospitals and research, echoing the president’s language in past crises. He and Mr Sanders restricted their travel and canceling large gatherings such as rallies.
It would be great difficult to cancel or postpone the November general election, though.
Reporting was contributed by :. Jenny Gross, Laura M. Holson, Julia Jacobs, Ron Lieber, Neil MacFarquhar, Erin McCann, Aimee Ortiz, Gretchen Reynolds, Andrea Salcedo and Alan Yuhas
It should be a public health stale? Louisiana did, so it is called the football coach.
“For each of the winning team, the key to success is learning the playbook,” Ed Orgeron, Louisiana State coach, said in a public service announcement that has drawn more than three million views in the last few days. “That is true in football, and it is also true as we take a coronavirus.”
In the spot, Orgeron, who became a sensation during the Tigers, running through a list of guidance that doctors and politicians have been making for weeks: Cover your cough with your elbow, wash your hands for 20 seconds, stay home if you was feeling sick. Etc.
Orgeron is part of a growing number of public figures who have used their status as influencers to raise public awareness about the social distance and the best hygiene practice during a pandemic coronavirus.
When Coach O speak, we all listen.For more information about how to prevent the spread of COVID-19, go to:
“I just wanted to do whatever I can do to help the state Louisiana, “Orgeron said in an interview on Wednesday. “After winning the national championship, had a Heisman Trophy winner, people will listen, and it carries a lot of weight.”
Orgeron, near Governor John Bel Edwards, said the governor’s office had asked for his help. coac Theh, Louisiana native, said he hopes that the citizens will see the video and think, “If Coach O take seriously, hey, let’s take it seriously.”
Although public officials have long turned to college sports figures to help them reach audiences on a variety of topics – in 2015, for example, Gus Malzahn of Auburn and Nick Saban of Alabama note -. pandemic has prompted a new wave of announcements
Three coaches of college basketball’s most prominent North Carolina – Kevin Keatts of North Carolina State, Mike Krzyzewski of Duke and Roy Williams of North Carolina -. appeared this week in a video that is similar to the one starring Orgeron
In fact, the biggest rival to agree, when it comes to a stop COVID-19, we have to be on the same team.
“Avoid touching your face,” said Krzyzewski. “I know that can be difficult, but if you train hard, you can do it.”
“We can beat this,” Williams added later in the tape, “but we all need to play together on the same team now.”
Kevin Bacon, ‘Footloose’aktor that synonymous with the game Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon, joined by celebrities urging people to stay at home during an outbreak. On Wednesday, Bacon posted a photo of himself holding a chalkboard with the words “I Stay Home for Kyra Sedgwick” – a reference to his wife, who is also an actor – and hashtag 6Degrees
General. health officials have urged people to keep at least six feet away from each other to prevent the spread of the virus. In Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon, the players say the name of an actor. Most have appeared with Bacon in the film or with one of his co-star – the majority can be connected to Bacon in less than six degrees
Director Mel Brooks comedy. in collaboration with his son, Max Brooks, in a public service announcement that they share Monday on Twitter. Elder Brooks watched his son, 47, through the window.
“He’s 93,” said Max Brooks. “If I get a coronavirus, I might be OK. But if I give it, he can give it to Carl Reiner, who could give it to Dick Van Dyke, and before I knew it, I was wiped out an entire generation of comedy legend. ”
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This past weekend, as the coronavirus radiated throughout the country and sent Americans rushed to their homes, Rosanne Cash: “Just a reminder that when Shakespeare was quarantined because of an outbreak, he wrote King Lear. “
I want to know what Lear’dari yang’King Covid-19 will. Perhaps this woman Shakespeare -? He is believed to have written “King Lear”, “Macbeth” and “Antony and Cleopatra” in the space of a few years – to coincide with the London playhouses shuttering, acting party left the city to play the plague-free village and Bard hanging back at home, nothing to do but plan a complicated series of tragic murder. But Shakespeare was not online. Four hundred years later, the isolation does not help to dispel the creative disorder – .. It invites Kami shelter in place with a device designed to reinforce and exploit entertainment obsession
with the rest of the world , sports channels built around the game of life fighting for. But some leagues have spied an opportunity to reach a mass social sports fans keep at home.
Both N.F.L. and N.B.A. Wednesday announced that they would make their subscriptions out-of-market game service archives and available for free for a limited time.
N.F.L. Game Pass, which offers a full replay of each N.F.L. the game will go back to the 2009 season, until May 31 for those who live in the United States and Canada, and until July 31 for those who live in other countries.
NBA League Pass, which has a full replay every NBA. The game will go back to the 2018-19 season, through 22 April
LOS ANGELES – As a coronavirus swept across the United States, immigrants may be among the most capable of self -isolate and seek medical care is very important to protect their health and slowing the spread of the disease.
Some of them without fear of health insurance go to a public hospital or clinic would damage their chances of getting a green card under the new Trump difficult for immigrants. Other immigrants are afraid to put themselves in the cross-hairs of Immigration and Customs Enforcement if they stepped forward to help.
ICE agents over the past week continued to maTo arrest in some areas hardest hit by the virus, including California and New York. farmworkers
coronavirus was not on the agenda when a group of legal-aid two months ago invited the hard work in the garden dates, lemon gardens and vineyards of California Coachella Valley for an information session on immigration issues.
But when Luz Gallegos and his team emerged over the weekend, they were cornered by those who peppered them with questions about the virus. On Monday, public health authorities announced the first two deaths from the virus in the south, both in the Coachella Valley
Among the questions that farmworkers have :. If I go to the hospital, it would hurt my chance to become legal permanent residents? If I am undocumented, can seek treatment made me vulnerable to deportation? If I come to work because more people are forced to stay at home, how will I feed my family and make the rent?
“There is a new layer of fear in immigrant communities is now generated by Covid-19,” said Ms. Gallegos, director TODEC Law Center, which stands with immigrants in the parking lot the city library Hemet, which was unexpectedly closed due to pandemic , “We believe that some members will not be afraid to seek the care they need,” he said.
Government Trump Wednesday closed the border with Canada to all but essential traffic and also consider those without legal authorization, hoping to check the spread of the virus. But many of the illegal immigrants already in the United States face the same threat from viruses like everyone else – and less equipped to protect themselves
Among all immigrants, 23 percent of them are legitimate. country and 45 percent of them are undocumented lack health insurance, according to
Caitlin Dickerson and Annie Correal contributed reporting from New York.
“WHAT WE WILL DO ALL DAY?! Have you compiled a list of activities yet? How do you force yourself to wear real pants? And why should we? Exercise in? Virtual happy hour? LOT to discuss. Femmes forward. “
That conversation this week at Lex, who fashioned style dating app for lesbian, bisexual, asexual and strange. Such as personal ads of yore, Lex is a text-only, which means that since the beginning, has been bubbling with wit epistolary – “? Anyone want to add fall in love through the written word to your list grow new quarantine hobby “-. And also the community spirit
Both display life in recent days, since many users reached out for conversation and fellowship training. One in Detroit offer free tarot readings for a gig workers who have lost their jobs. Another is to make art prompts and offer to share them. A public school teacher offered money to anyone shortage of funds needed food or medicine, and the car to give.
When Wren Harrington, a student of 21 years in Connecticut, posted upbeat about how social isolation do not have to “consume us,” he’s got a few replies, including one of a young woman with whom he shares the sun and rising sign ,
“We had a wonderful conversation about it,” Ms. Harrington said. “I came back to Lex to see what happens in the wake of the chaos. I was really surprised to see how people use it for other things other than the intended purpose, and in a way that is absolutely wonderful. “
In Massachusetts, Lex Blair, a Starbucks barista 27 years and actor who uses the pronoun “they,” posted that their show has been canceled – they are in two theater companies – and wonder what the other players are having. Mx. Blair and their girlfriends, Kaiti Maddox, 22, is in a nonmonogamous relationship, they say, then the application of Lex, but this week it was looking for a different sort of connection.
Ms. Maddox had a connective tissue disorder, and therefore the immune system. It is essential that it remains isolated. He has been using Lex as a chat room, and people there had sprung into action, checking on him daily, sending its list of favorite movies and television shows, and offer to bring food or other necessities.
“It’s a rough time right now for us all,” said Mx. Blair
Or, as another user put it in the post that the member is invited to WhatsApp chat. “JOIN US IN QUEERANTINE. insulating themselves need not be so lonely. “
Lauren Davenport and Daniel Fernandez of St. Petersburg, Fla., was on a camping trip in the Sahara when Morocco announced that it was suspending all flights in and out of the country “until further notice.” They were stunned to return to Marrakech on Tuesday and realize that they can not get home.
Among stranded in Morocco is an American citizen, citizens and visa holders more say the US government has been responsive to their request for help, even when the British and French authorities have helped citizens “France is very open with citizens and move mountains to get them home .; While the US embassy said ‘call low’ and ‘prepare to be here for a while, but not indefinitely,’ ‘said Cristina Pratt, who was visiting Morocco from East Bay in California with a friend and the friend’s parents when the ban go somewhere.
Fear of exposure does not keep the couple from.
Annie Simeone and Armando Morales had planned to get married in the next one month. They are just waiting for the day when both have off from their freelance work in film and TV production. Then, the production last Friday, they were told had been suspended and they were out of work as a result of.
“We thought, ‘Let’s do it as soon as possible, before the City Hall will close or we leave town,'” said Ms. Simeone, 38, who was standing with Mr. Morales, also 38, in the Bureau of Marriage Manhattan Lower Manhattan earlier this week.
Ms. Simeone, who worked as a production designer, and Morales, a carpenter, pedaling from their home in the Ridgewood section of Queens, since the subway looked risk is too high. “We do not anticipate a bike ride,” said Ms. Simeone, “but it’s romantic.”
The atmosphere that they found in the Marriage Bureau at once strange business as usual and changed in the wake of the outbreak.
outside, George Taxi, a florist who has been set up near the entrance during the past six years, in the usual place. He woke up that morning unsure if the bureau will open, after reading that the courts of New York State close to all the functions that are not important.
He said he wondered whether marriage is an important function.
It. For now. And the pair still make the necessary travel there to join legally. And still buy a wreath. Mr. Taxi, though, have seen the bridal party wearing a face mask, and he squirted cleanser on his hands after every transaction in cash.
“It’s for protection and they are,” he said. “Be extra careful”
global coronavirus pandemic has led to one of the processes associated with the job fun postponed in Google :. Review performance
on Wednesday, a Google spokesman said the company was delaying the review of performance for the current period. The reason, according to a copy of the email announcement sent by Eileen Naughton, Google’s vice president operations people, and seen by The New York Times, is to help Internet companies have more than 100,000 workers to focus on their “most important activities of mission-critical “during a pandemic coronavirus.
Google will delay its performance review covering the period from mid-October until the end of this month, the spokesman said. In November, employees are expected to receive their annual routine Traveler covering the last 12 months of work. And all employees are promoted at that time will receive a salary of post-sale back-dated in August, the spokesman said.
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mass layoffs at some firms restaurants around the country has begun.
, one of the nation’s most prestigious restaurants, laid off 2,000 employees on Wednesday morning “for the complete elimination of near-income,” the company said in a statement. That figure represents 80 per cent of the total staff of the company, at 18 restaurants in New York City, two in Washington and an office in Manhattan.
The chef and restaurant owner Tom Colicchio also announced 300 layoffs at its restaurant group in New York and Los Angeles.
The other big employers, such as and restaurant, began layoffs last week, when an employer is making a difficult calculation whether to close at all of the security issues, or remain open for takeout and delivery to maintain some cash flow.
Union square employee in a call from the manager told them that the revenue lost since the coronavirus outbreak has quickly made a financially sustainable business, and that the layoffs are intended to enable them to apply for unemployment. The company, on Friday, pledged to reinstate as many people as possible when the crisis has passed.
“In the absence of revenue, the restaurant can not pay the non-working members of our team for more than a short period of time without becoming insolvent. In that scenario, nobody wins, “Danny Meyer, chief executive of Union Square Hospitality Group, said in a statement.
Mr Meyer said he would donate his own salary, and “substantial” pay cuts for executives group, for grants for employees until further notice. The group also has a $ 220 million investment fund, Enlightened Hospitality Investments, which has supported related businesses such as ice cream, and chain restaurants.
Laid-off workers in New York restaurants have reported difficulties in accessing comprehensive state unemployment registration system. And industry trade groups say they benefit, as currently structured, would not be sufficient.
The National Restaurant Association says that restaurants could suffer a loss of US $ 225 billion in the next three months because of the pandemic coronavirus. The group is asking the federal government for an aid package includes $ 145 billion in recovery funds, grants, small business loans and tax relief.
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SAN FRANCISCO -. Rumor restless Deborah Santamaria
A co-janitor at 555 California Street, a 52 floor office tower in San Francisco’s financial district, said he heard that the floor of the building was closed because workers have been infected with the new coronavirus.
Her supervisor at Able Services, a contractor who employs him, assuring him that there was nothing wrong, he said.
It was not until five days later that appeared to say that Wells Fargo has temporarily evacuated its offices in the building after an employee has tested positive for coronavirus.
The Bank has informed the management of the building, which alerted the cleaning contractor. However, according to the employees and their union representatives, no one told the janitors.
“I feel as though I do not care,” said Ms. Santamaria, who at the age of 63 the number himself among those most vulnerable to the virus.
While many Americans who fled their offices to avoid contact with the coronavirus, low-wage janitors are sometimes asked to do the opposite. Although millions of California has been ordered to shelter in place, janitor was asked to go to the office to fight germs invisible that threaten public health, even as those germs, new cleaning solutions are strong they are being asked to use, may be dangerous their own health.
they often operate without special protective equipment. And the increasing demand for their services is adding new stress and risk.
Janitors clean the Amazon headquarters in Seattle complained that the new disinfectant they were asked to use their eyes and burn the skin. In San Francisco, janitors said they had been asked to clean the office without having been told that the person who has the virus or have worked there.
sweeper wonder why they were left in the dark when the company goes to great lengths to ensure that the technology, finance and other workers occupy their buildings clean realize the most remote possibility of coming into contact with the virus. This suggests, they say, how the gap plays out in the public health crisis – how their life sometimes seem to be valued less than those with resources and power
Empty , room. empty stage. empty seats. empty dance floor. And not far away, the lobby was empty, empty locker rooms, back rooms empty, the bar area was empty, empty kitchen, the lounge was empty, empty voting booths, empty loading zone. It is animated by live music, with all the backstage work that is dedicated to serving only a few hours of the invisible voice – gigs, events, concerts – to the audience gathered there, often with great anticipation and at a significant cost. I already miss them dearly.
Shutdown live music by Covid-19 pandemics have doubled my appreciation for the mysterious alchemy that occurs in so many concerts. It’s really, when you step back, human activity is very strange. Foreigners – with perhaps some faface billions decorated among them – gathered at the appointed time to watch and hear the musicians do their job. But it’s more than a job; it is a ritual, a meeting of visible and invisible forces, and social and psychological acoustics. Head may bob, toes may press, singalongs can join, dancing can rupture. A room full of individual reactions somehow add up to a collective, which may crest into spontaneous applause or gasped in awe. Even with the seat, the audience politely, music can summon a certain quality of higher collective consciousness that I just experienced in live performance.
Create and listen to music in public is inherently social. Each concert is a career arc intersection with one night for the audience, and the direct pleasure (or impatience) from the crowd every night adds up lessons for musicians.
I spoke with Dr. John Swartzberg, a professor of infectious diseases at the University of California, Berkeley, School of Public Health, and Jeff Nelken, a food safety experts based in Woodland Hills, Calif., About what you need to know to make your trip to the supermarket as safe as possible: < / p>
If you have to go to the store, touch as little as possible and clean up all the things you buy when you arrive at home <. p> Mr. Nelken noted that the vast majority of products placed on the display by hand – sometimes they are gloved. But it’s safe to assume that if a piece of produce has come out, it has been handled by at least 10 people.
He recommended drizzle produce with a very diluted bleach solution (one teaspoon of bleach per gallon of water) and let it air dry. Or, if you’re nervous about using bleach on something you would eat, he said, you could use a disinfectant removal.
Soap and water is another alternative, Dr. Swartzberg said, adding that all of these approaches are based only on what is known about Covid-19 and other viruses.
Other items that are less risky, but it’s still worth wipe the bottom of the cardboard box of crackers or other packaged goods.
Mr. Nelken said one thing to watch is the reusable shopping bag you: “When was the last time you cleaned your favorite bag?”
Also, wash your hands and maybe wash your hair <. p> Dr. Swartzberg underlined the advice you have heard from health officials. Hand soap will actually protect you
“One thing about the coronavirus,” he said, is that “it is very susceptible to disinfectants and soap and water.”
that is to say, if you go to the store, touching a contaminated surface and then touch your hair and then your face, even once between washing your hands, you can become infected.
So, he said, if you’re really worried, it might be worth throwing your clothes in the wash and shower after you return from the store. (Your Shoes, he said, it might be good to bring into the house.)
In the end, though, the best thing to do is stay away from other people, especially if you’re part of the most vulnerable populations.
Although health officials state to grocery shop said they should limit how many customers in selected markets and should keep people at least six feet apart even when they are on the line, is proving to be easier said than done ,
that senior hoping to get into Monrovia, Calif., Specifically a period in the early-shopping Trader Joe greeted with confusion.
Both Dr. Swartzberg and Mr. Nelken said traders will need to come up with a more sustainable way to the customer updates in real time.
“I think the first thing we need to avoid just showed up,” Mr. Nelken told me.
for now, he suggested calling the store you want to visit before you leave, either to inquire about the wait and what is in stock.
Many chain grocery stores say that they hire and cleaning more often, and that they still have curbside pickup and delivery is available ,.
By Jessica Testa, and
When President Trump declared a state of emergency Friday, a lot of clothes and beauty retailer began. The questions come just as quickly: How long will this last? Prospective workers bricks-and-mortar still get paid? Are they able to keep their jobs
As panic over the spread of a global pandemic, more businesses face difficult choices: Close up shop entirely, committed to the social-distancing recommendations; remains open; , Or something in between
For the most part, the industry’s strongest retailers – the company’s most capable of holding costs of the temporary closure – announced their plans quickly. (Leading the charge is outside the fashion industry, which is one of the first and most influential company announced the closure ;. Most shops outside of mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan were closed until March 27)
Patagonia viewed by many people as one of the first retailers to act decisively when, on Friday, he said that it will close 39 stores in North America and give employees their regular salary.
Sephora said on Tuesday that it will close the retail stores in the United States and Canada since March 17 to April 3 and the employees pay for their shifts are scheduled. The company said it freed standard shipping charges to shops reopen.
Many retailers follow. On Wednesday morning, only a few national clothing retailers remain open: Kohl’s and JCPenney, for example
In New York, the closure including Bergdorf Goodman, Dover Street Market and .. We will be as we learn more.
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