Since hospitals temporarily suspended elective procedures, there has been a significant reduction in revenue, health system executives said. Fewer patients are also seeking necessary care because many are afraid to go to hospitals out of fear of contracting the virus. … [Read more...] about Will the pandemic change the Delaware health care landscape?
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Popular anger is brewing at Washington’s haphazard approach to propping up the economy. Too many funds intended to rescue small businesses were instead scooped up by large firms and others that have been little affected by the present crisis. Meanwhile, small businesses that succeeded in obtaining government assistance are discovering it cannot be used to defray much of their existing fixed costs, not to mention the increased costs for PPE to keep workers safe even as revenue plummets. Once again, a hastily designed government program is unfairly picking winners and losers. … [Read more...] about The case for national disaster insurance
Be over the age of 18 and have a valid state-issued IDBe authorized to work in the U.S.Pass a background check (which you pay for, as noted above). No felonies or violent misdemeanors in the last 7 years.Ability to lift and carry items weighing up to 75 poundsAn iPhone or Android capable of running the latest GoShare appMust have a checking account to receive direct depositsReview: GoShare’s payment formula promises a great hourly wage — as much as $67, depending on the type of vehicle you drive. “Helpers,” who don’t need their own vehicle, earn between $33 and $47 per hour. … [Read more...] about Review: GoShare delivery gigs can pay well, but get insurance first
When it was first announced that Premier League clubs would return to training, Deeney was one of a number of black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) players who expressed concerns about those statistics, leading the Professional Footballers' Association (PFA) to ask the Premier League to conduct more research into the figures. … [Read more...] about Football’s restart is a battle of ‘money vs. health,’ says former Premier League club doctor
"Ms. Cole and her family were planning to use their federal tax refund to help pay their monthly living expenses, such as rent, utilities, and food," her lawyers wrote in their complaint. "Because of the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on Ms. Cole’s husband’s business, their family is behind on their rent and other monthly bills." … [Read more...] about Lawsuit accuses Trump administration of illegally seizing tax refunds from student loan borrowers