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Published 3: 34 a.m. ET March 30, 2020 |Updated 6: 44 a.m. ET March 30, 2020
Stocks poised to lengthen losses Monday
Stocks have been poised to lengthen losses Monday as the coronavirus pandemic deepened over the weekend, with the U.S. death total escalating. On Sunday evening, futures for the Dow Jones industrial average fell more than 400 points, signaling another volatile week on Wall Avenue after it tumbled more than 900 points on Friday. Regardless of Friday’s losses, the Dow detached notched its greatest weekly gain since 1938, helped by guarantees from Congress and the Federal Reserve to present aid for the economic system and markets. But analysts caution that the latest rally may fade unless there’s a prolonged-time interval solution to combat coronavirus infections.
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Amazon workers in Original York plan walkout over COVID-19 concerns
Amazon employees at a Original York City warehouse are planning to walk off the job Monday as a growing sequence of delivery and warehouse workers demand greater pay and protections in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Workers at the Amazon success center in Staten Island will strike unless the building is sanitized in the wake of several workers testing clear for the coronavirus, says Chris Smalls, a manager assistant who is coordinating the walkout. The action is no longer the finest one planned for Monday: More than 150,000 workers for the online grocery carrier Instacart are planning a national strike they say will continue unless the company affords an additional $5 per inform in hazard pay, the provision of affords like cleansing wipes, and expanded pay for those affected by the coronavirus.
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Hospital ship USNS Comfort heads for Original York
Naval hospital ship USNS Comfort is scheduled to arrive in Original York Harbor on Monday to assist combat the coronavirus outbreak. On Saturday, whereas speaking as a part of a send-off for the Comfort in Norfolk, Virginia, President Donald Trump called the ship “a 70,000-ton message of hope and solidarity.” Coronavirus patients gained’t be treated on the ship, Trump said. Instead, this can be obsolete to treat Original Yorkers who don’t have the virus nonetheless detached require urgent care. The naval hospital ship has 12 operating rooms, 1,000 hospital beds, a pharmacy, an optometry lab, radiology, CAT-scan equipment, two oxygen-producing plants and a helicopter deck, Trump said.
“Homefest: James Corden’s Late Late Reveal Special.” The coronavirus-safe explain will premiere Monday on CBS at 10 p.m. ET featuring Corden, from his garage, introducing stars from their properties around the arena. Performers will include BTS, Dua Lipa, Billie Eilish and John Anecdote. Magician David Blaine, Will Ferrell and others are also expected to make appearances. Corden and his associates will encourage viewers to practice the CDC guidelines to assist forestall the spread of COVID-19. Additionally, the explain will raise cash for the nonprofit Feed the Young of us and The CDC Foundation.
leaving networks to dig into the archives to maintain the airtime void. Over the next 5 weeks, ESPN will maintain its Monday prime-time slot with classic offerings from Monday Evening Football. Re-airs begin this Monday at 8 p.m. and will continue weekly by way of April 27. The series kicks off with the Rams’ 54-51 win against the Chiefs in 2018, the very ideal-scoring contest in Monday Evening Football history.
SportsPulse: Sports activities plays a vital role in our day-to-day lives as a means to escape. Mental health knowledgeable Eric Kussin says or no longer it is OK to really feel discouraged over the lack of sports in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak and affords steps you can take to address these feelings.
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