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The San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously approved an emergency ordinance Tuesday afternoon that requires all employers with 500 or more workers to offer up to two weeks of paid sick leave for COVID-19 to their employees. The emergency legislation does not require two readings and would become law if Mayor London Breed signs it. The Public Health Emergency Leave ordinance would be in effect during the state of emergency related to the coronavirus pandemic and would apply to: Employees,…
Like many hospitals across the country, Froedtert South in Kenosha County dropped elective procedures to clear capacity for COVID-19 patients and now doesn ’t need as many nurses, said CEO Ric Schmidt. Froedtert South hasn’t seen a surge in COVID-19 cases, so it has furloughed an unspecificed number of its nurses, Schmidt said. Elsewhere in southeast Wisconsin, ProHealth Care in Waukesha County also is providing pay to a "small number" of furloug hed employees for the same reason, said CEO Susan…
Millions of people in India have a hand-to-mouth existence, and fast response measures put in place to curb the COVID-19 pandemic, are making life even more difficult for them. For this latest in our occasional series by UN country team leaders, Renata Dessallien, the UN Resident Coordinator in India, assesses the current situation. Her text is based on an interview with UN News.
Besides tension with the U.S., China ’s investment climate has become less appealing for some manufacturers due to rising costs
An influential model tracking the coronavirus pandemic in the United States now predicts that fewer people will die and fewer hospital beds will be needed compared to its estimates from last week.
CNN's Van Jones weighs in on the disparity in deaths within black communities in the US due to the coronavirus pandemic.
COVID-19 has been tough on companies across many different industries but the current pandemic has shined a spotlight on what was previously a quieter corner of medtech: molecular diagnostics. And for the companies in that sector that have stepped up and responded to the crisis with tests to detectÂ SARS-CoV-2 test, the virus that causes COVID-19, those efforts are paying off. On Tuesday,Â Carlsbad, CA-based GenMark Diagnostics, a provider of automated, multiplex molecular diagnostic testing systems, preannounced first-quarter revenue ofÂ about $38.7 million, representing an increase of abo...