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    A worker cleans the floor in a McDonalds restaurant in the Chicago Loop on March 19, 2020 in Chicago, Illinois.Scott Olson | Getty Images McDonalds is pausing its U.S. reopening plans for 21 days as coronavirus cases spike across the country. States like Michigan, Colorado and Florida have been responding to the recent surge by delaying or rolling back efforts to reopen their economies. Tuesday marked the sixth day that the average number of new Covid-19 cases exceeded previous highs...
    Brendan Hoffman | Getty Images Alphabets Google said late on Tuesday it was delaying the reopening of its U.S. offices by around two months because of a surge in the number of coronavirus cases in some states. All of Googles U.S. offices will now remain closed at least until Sept. 7, Google spokeswoman Katherine Williams told Reuters. Google said in late May it would reopen buildings in more cities at roughly 10% of their capacity beginning July 6 and scale...
    PITTSBURG, Calif. (KGO) -- Governor Gavin Newsom was in Pittsburgh on Tuesday where he provided an update on the states initiative to place homeless people in hotel rooms amid the COVID-19 pandemic. His visit comes after he announced Contra Costa County will now join the states coronavirus watch list from a sharp increase in cases.COVID-19 RISK CALCULATOR: Quiz yourself on the safest, most dangerous things you can do as CA reopensIndoor dining, bars, gyms, hotels, nail salons and more were...
    Main Street USA is on life support. Restaurants and retail shops have been hit especially hard by the coronavirus pandemic. With no dining rooms or shopping floors to fill, mom and pops are relying on delivery, takeout and curbside pickups to pay the bills. But new data reveals that many are on the brink of shutting down for good. The new report from Yelp found that since the beginning of March, 23,981 restaurants that are listed on their platform...
    The Sleeping Beauty Castle at the Disney California Adventure Park on January 12, 2016.Eric McCandless | ABC | Getty Images Disney is delaying the opening of its California-based theme parks. On Wednesday, the company said its proposed phased opening of its two parks in Anaheim for July 17 would be postponed as state officials will not be issuing theme park reopening guidelines until after July 4. Given the time required for us to bring thousands of cast members back to...
    FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) – Broward County plans to step up enforcement of the reopening restrictions as the number of coronavirus cases continues to rise. Mayor Dale Holness said this is in response to businesses that aren’t complying with social distancing guidelines and safety measures. The mayor said the main issue has been at restaurants. Download The New CBS4 News App Here On Monday, leaders said if a business is found violating county orders, they will be ordered...
    DENVER (CBS4) – It will still take longer until hanging out at the bar gets back to normal, but for now, bars in Colorado can open at 25% capacity or up to 50 people indoors. It’s a welcomed change that establishments operating exclusively as bars have desperately been waiting to see. (credit: CBS) Most closed down in March following state public health orders. On Friday, Denver Sweet, a LGBTQ-friendly bar reopened in Capitol Hill. “We had a great night last...
    An area gym that was closed down by health officials due to novel coronavirus (COVID-19) reopening violations earlier this week remains closed. The Cromwell Health Department in Middlesex County, shut down WOW Fitness at 20 Sebethe Drive in Cromwell, reportedly due to the business not complying with new COVID-19 rules, reported Eyewitness News 3. The health department told the news channel it received complaints from patrons concerned about the lack of social distancing, cleanliness, sanitation, and that people working out...
    New York City has been cleared to start Phase 2 of the states four-phase process of reopening its economy. Phase 2 includes office-based jobs, real estate, barbershops, salons, outdoor dining, and expanded retail services. Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Friday, June 19 that New York City had been given clearance by global public health experts to enter Phase Two on Monday, June 21. Office-based jobs include: Professional services; Administrative support; Information technology.Retail: In-store shopping; Rental, repair, and cleaning; Limited service...
    California is reopening. Aaron Hichman  Technically, the state remains in “Stage 2,” which has opened manufacturing plants, offices, curbside retail and other activities. Most counties, however, were approved for further reopening, including dine-in eating and shopping malls. And last week, the state began allowing qualifying counties to open movie theaters, bars, gyms and even hotels. As this reopening process accelerates, there’s a fundamental question about who should assume the risk of COVID-19 now that we have started resuming our lives. Currently, that burden rests on...
    California on Tuesday posted its highest daily coronavirus-related death total in nearly a week, even as the state continues to move forward with reopening. The 86 new deaths confirmed surpassed the most recent seven-day average, and marked the highest daily total since June 10 (108). Of those deaths, 33 occurred in Los Angeles and six occurred in the Bay Area. Tuesday’s 3,450 new cases for the state were on par with Monday’s case number. California is now up to 159,046...
    This is the second installment in Sean Kenyons Reopening Diary, on the return of Occidental. Read the first installment here. Monday, June 8: Two Days to Reopening I woke up feeling equally excited and nervous. Excited that we were going to be able to take care of people again, and nervous about how to keep everyone, including our staff, safe. The first order of the day was our Occidental manager meeting; we did it via Zoom as we have for...
    He’s hair to stay. A Williamsburg barber has reopened in defiance of the state’s coronavirus lockdown — and is vowing to keep on clipping despite being hit with tens of thousands of dollars in fines. Ilya Iskhakov, owner of Beard Barberia Cut & Shave, said Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s order has drowned his business in debt — and with nearby shops in Long Island and Westchester reopening, he couldn’t chance losing clients to suburban stylists. “I’m not going to risk another...
    Though many businesses are beginning to ramp back up in New York as all regions outside New York City reached Phase 2 of the state’s reopening plan, some will remain closed for at least two more weeks. During Phase 2, office-based jobs, real estate, barbershops, salons, and expanded retail services are all permitted to reopen under strict restrictions and guidelines mandated by the state. However, much to the chagrin of some, certain businesses not deemed essential will remain closed through...
    Chris Osborn and the rest of his team at Saints Coast Barber Studio started planning for their reopen long before they got official word from the state government. They planned for a maximum of three barbers in the in the shop at a time. They planned to keep the door locked during business hours to manage who comes in. They planned to wear masks and gloves and will request clients wear masks, too. They even planned to take everyone’s temperature...
    Hair stylists and barbers are back in business Friday as part of the latest round of business reopenings in Vermont from COVID-19 shutdowns. The hair professionals must follow a number of restrictions. Customers also must book appointments in advance and remain at a safe distance from other customers. Meanwhile, Gov. Phil Scott is expected to announce Friday that he is increasing the size of allowable gatherings from 10 to 25, guidelines for the reopening of gymnasiums, cleaning services and...
    Manhattan’s Excessive Line is ready for a socially-distanced reopening this month that can embody reservations because the Massive Apple slowly begins to get again to life, following the devastating coronavirus pandemic. “We’re completely happy to have the ability to reopen the Excessive Line and we invite our neighbors and fellow New Yorkers throughout the Metropolis to reconnect with the Excessive Line and one another in a brand new means,” stated Robert Hammond, the manager director of the Excessive Line,...
    Manhattan’s High Line is set for a socially-distanced reopening this month that will include reservations as the Big Apple slowly begins to get back to life, following the devastating coronavirus pandemic. “We are happy to be able to reopen the High Line and we invite our neighbors and fellow New Yorkers across the City to reconnect with the High Line and each other in a new way,” said Robert Hammond, the executive director of the High Line, in a statement....
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- With health care workers working overtime and hospitals nearing capacity, getting health care has not always been easy during the pandemic. But one company, that operates locally, is now offering at-home visits to provides various services, spanning from checkups to COVID-19 tests.The demand for telemedicine has skyrocketed because of COVID-19, but theres only so much your doctor can determine without the ability to draw blood or administer basic, hands-on testing. Ready is a new company to...
    SANTA CLARA CO., Calif. (KGO) -- Santa Clara County is dropping its stay-at-home order more than three months into the battle with coronavirus. County officials are holding a press conference at 2 p.m. Thursday to announce a new health order that will replace current shelter-in-place guidelines.RELATED: Gov. Newsom orders indoor restaurants, wineries, movie theaters to close in most of CAWell be streaming the press conference live here, on Facebook and YouTube.The new health order will end the countys sector-by-sector approach...
    Not so fast, Mr. Mayor. Both Gov. Andrew Cuomo and city teachers union boss Michael Mulgrew said Mayor Bill de Blasio jumped the gun Thursday with his assured pledge of a September school reopening. “I don’t see how he can say that right now,” Mulgrew told The Post, citing concerns over the viability of staggered classes, severe funding shortfalls, and the continued coronavirus threat. A spokesperson for Cuomo said de Blasio did not have the standing to issue his declaration...
    By BRYAN ANDERSON, Associated Press/Report for America RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper vetoed a string of bills on Thursday passed in the Republican-controlled legislature to reopen businesses and help reignite parts of the economy most hurt by the coronavirus. With GOP lawmakers unlikely to have the votes needed to override the Democratic governors decision, amusement parks, entertainment venues, bars, gyms, skating rinks and bowling alleys will almost assuredly remain closed for at least two more weeks....
    New York (CNN Business)Amy Emmerich, global president and chief content officer of Refinery29, announced Thursday that she is stepping down from her position immediately. Emmerich announced the news in an email to staff that was obtained by CNN Business. Her resignation comes amid an internal investigation into allegations of toxic workplace behavior at Refinery29. Vice Media, which acquired the female-centric site last fall, hired an outside law firm last month to conduct the investigation, which is still ongoing. A spokesperson...
    Authorities in Seattle arrested 25 individuals overnight in the area formally known as the Capitol Hill Organized Protest (CHOP) following a day of officials clearing out the area, while business owners begin to breathe a collective sigh of relief. “Many people came out and were thanking the officers they were thanking me. They were so glad to — I think we don’t even realize the level of trauma to some of the folks who live around there, what they were...
    Vanessa Guillen: Suspect in Fort Hood soldier disappearance is identified Where You Can Order Groceries Online With an EBT Card Moviegoers Cautious About Returning to Theaters Immediately Upon Reopening © Mario Tama/Getty Images With cases of COVID-19 cases surging in California and other states, consumers are cautious about returning to cinemas. Only 20 percent of Americans say they are likely to go to a movie theater  in July, according to a new Hollywood Reporter/Morning Consult poll examining the ongoing...