Artist Hijacks London’s Eerily Empty Tourist Sites With Tribute To Frontline Workers

Paul Insect’s brightly painted street benches honor the workers “who have kept England running” during the coronavirus pandemic. World News – Breaking News, Top Stories SPECIAL NEWS UPDATE: Click today to request your free ACRX discount prescription card and save … Read more…

This Indiana City Tested All Its Front-Line Employees For COVID-19 — And Still Sent 50,000 Tests To NYC

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This Indiana City Tested All Its Front-Line Employees For COVID-19 — And Still Sent 50,000 Tests To NYC

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Snapchat Examines Coronavirus ‘Frontline Heroes’ In Original Series From Barcroft Studios

EXCLUSIVE: Snapchat is going to tell the stories of Frontline Heroes during the coronavirus crisis in an original Snapchat Discover series from UK producer Barcroft Studios. Each of the six, five-minute episodes will focus on a different frontline worker, with … Read more…

India’s Oyo budget hotel chain pledges to house coronavirus frontline staff and those stranded

Indian budget hotel chain Oyo has pledged to “do right” by offering free accommodation to coronavirus frontliner workers and citizens stranded overseas, even as the $ 10 billion start-up continues to battle criticism over its treatment of hotel owners. Travel … Read more…

Hospitals are still scheduling elective procedures during coronavirus crisis, and frontline medical workers fear they’re infecting patients

Six medical workers told CNBC that they disagree with their hospitals’ policies around elective procedures, which are going ahead in the midst of a pandemic. Tech BEST DEAL UPDATE: