A man carries an umbrella as he walks across an empty East 42nd Street in midtown Manhattan as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak continues, in New York, March 23, 2020. Mike Segar | Reuters For grocery store and pharmacy workers across the U.S., stocking shelves and checking out customers have become anxiety-inducing tasks. Each commute
Bozeman, Montana has a population of 48,532, but just like big cities in New York and California, this small city in the southern part of the state has seen the demand for medical masks skyrocket. Located in Gallatin County, Bozeman is home to more than one third of Montana’s confirmed COVID-19 cases, and is by far the hardest
As Walmart and country continue to deal with the spread of COVID-19, the brand remains focused on the health and safety of the associates. “We continue to follow and communicate the CDC’s recommended guidance on behaviors like washing hands, social distancing and the cleaning of surfaces. And we have made significant operational changes in our
Why is Instacart making its contract workers risk their health to do their job? | Sarah Polito | Opinion
These days, simply leaving your home to buy food is a gamble. That’s why countless people are calling services like Instacart, which delivers groceries, to spare them a trip to the supermarket. I’ve been an Instacart shopper for nearly two years in the Newark/New York area and I’ve never experienced such stress, chaos and craziness.
Neiman Marcus and JOANN Stores are stepping up the fight against coronavirus (COVID-19) by partnering to begin producing nonsurgical personal protective equipment (PPE), including masks, gowns and scrubs for front-line health care providers. Neiman Marcus will receive materials from JOANN and will create the products within its alterations facilities in California, New Jersey and Florida.
A driver unloads merchandise from a delivery truck outside a CVS Health Corp. location in New Rochelle, New York, U.S., on Monday, March 16, 2020. Angus Mordant | Bloomberg | Getty Images CVS Health said it plans to immediately fill 50,000 jobs across the U.S. to keep up with a demand for over-the-counter medicines, prescriptions and