A news conference held by doctors in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, to urge the public to get vaccinated amid a statewide outbreak of COVID-19 was undermined online, with false reports claiming the doctors had walked off the job.
For the past year and a half, countless Ohio businesses have struggled to make ends meet and remain profitable in the midst of a global health crisis that has taken a toll on the economy and financial stability of many.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer proposed spending more than $1.5 billion in federal pandemic rescue funding on Monday to help boost the business climate, redevelop polluted sites, and take steps such as speeding up the development of electric vehicle charging infrastructure.
The University of Virginia has disenrolled students who did not comply with the school's Covid-19 vaccine requirement as the institution prepares to welcome back undergraduate students for in-person classes on Monday, according to a statement released on Saturday.
Almost all British bosses are grappling with the working-from-home dilemma: how frequently should employees come to the office? Since the government implemented lockdowns in March 2020, at least one-quarter of the workforce – more than eight million people – has worked from home.
After months of fighting to persuade Americans to get the COVID-19 vaccine, US health officials may soon face a new challenge: persuading people who have been vaccinated to get a booster vaccine for protection. Longer, because delta variants cause infections to increase again.
Despite his long travel plans, U.S. Secretary of Labor Mattie Walsh stopped in Contra Costa County on Wednesday for two stops to discuss employment issues the day after the Senate passed the infrastructure bill. One trillion dollars aims to create many of them.
Sheep producers in Northern Ireland have to apply for Covid-19 wool industry support measures before August 12, Agriculture Minister Edwin Putz confirmed last week.
When G7 Foreign and Development Ministers meet in London this week they will discuss investing $15 billion in developing countries in the next two years. This development fund will help women access jobs and build resilient businesses to combat the devastating economic impacts of COVID-19.
Kate Winslet has revealed she headed straight to her job at a delicatessen in her home town Reading after she finished filming her first movie.