Charles Calvin, a volunteer firefighter in New Chicago in Indiana, is one of the lucky ones who have already received the stimulus payment from the government. But he was even more lucky than his peers, as his payment was for a whopping $8.2M instead of the $1,700 that he was expecting.
Emirates want to give customers peace of mind when it comes to flying during the COVID-19 pandemic. The airline is offering to cover medical expenses, quarantine costs and will even cover up to $1,750 for your funeral.
Coronavirus Latest: Hawaii Paying for Tourists to Leave, $3.3B Company Gets $4.1M from PPP, Packed Flight with No Masks and More
Hawaii Tourism Authority paying for visitors to leave, billionaire explains why his $3.3B Company needs PPP cash, packed flight to NYC with people not wearing masks, Grubhub reports most popular delivery orders, Instacart hired 300K and plans to order 250K more, and Airbnb hosts getting nothing or comically small payments.
On the worst day this year, April 14th, only 87,534 people passed through TSA checkpoints. That was the slowest day for air travel in decades and an incredible drop of 96.2% from a year before.
47% of American travelers say the coronavirus pandemic will greatly impact their travel plans in the next six months, down from a peak of 67% on April 1 and the lowest level since mid-March.
Coronavirus Latest: $1.2 Trillion Stimulus Package and Checks Mailed Out, Clear Water in Venice, 67M Americans Have Trouble Paying Credit Cards
Checks that could be sent out to American soon, water in Venice is clear once again, 67 million Americans will have trouble paying their credit card bills, 1.2 Trillion stimulus package being considered by the government, Ikea finds 50,000 forgotten face masks and a fun and impressive video for those locked indoors.
The new bill will replenished it with another $320 billion in new money. The U.S. Small Business Administration announced that Round Two of the Paycheck Protection Protection will launch at 10:30 a.m. Monday, April 27.
Coronavirus Latest: Arrested for Hoarding Masks, Japan Travel Ban for 73 Countries, 6.6M Jobless Claims, Business Loan Details, China Concealed Outbreak & More
Japan extending entry ban to 73 countries, details for small business loans, China concealing extent of outbreak, DIY Whoppers, US weekly jobless claims double to 6.6 million and Brooklyn man arrested for hoarding masks.
Coronavirus Latest: Hospitals Threaten Workers Who Speak Out, Vermont Closes Hotels, Amazon Fires Worker Who Organized Walk Out, Miami Balcony Parties & More
Hospitals threatening to fire workers for speaking out about shortages, Miami balcony parties, Vermont closes all hotels, vacation rentals and campgrounds, US Open stadium complex in Queens to be turned into hospital, Amazon fires warehouse worker who led warehouse walkout and crowds watch US Navy hospital ship arrive in NYC.
The proposal says that a stipend of $50 per day should greatly increase the success of containment efforts, as an incentive for people to self isolate.
The small business rescue fund that was set up by Congress has exhausted its $350 billion funding capacity. Without additional funding, banks and the Small Business Administration are unable to approve anymore loans.
Coronavirus Latest: $2 Trillion Deal Reached, Where Airlines Are Parking Planes, Boeing Might Reject Govt Money, Amazon Policy Affecting Sellers
Historic stimulus deal for $2 trillion, where airlines are parking their grounded planes, accidental foam discharge at Delta’s hangar, Boeing rejecting stimulus money, Amazon new policy and how it affects sellers, and latest coronavirus numbers.
New York, New Jersey and Connecticut have added four new states to the the tri-state COVID-19 travel advisory list as more areas across the United States continue to see rising numbers of coronavirus cases. The advisory requires a 14-day quarantine upon arrival for travelers from certain states that are hardest by COVID-19.
Even though students will no longer be living on campus, utilizing campus amenities or services or eating in the school cafeteria, many colleges and universities are not offering any refunds.
For now, the Japanese government has begun preparations to host the 2020 Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games this summer without accepting overseas spectators, Mainichi newspaper reports.
The Explore America Tax Credit would provide tax relief, proposed at $4,000 per household, for Americans to go back to restaurants and domestic travel.
A recent increase of COVID-19 cases on the mainland, and in Hawaii, was a major part of the conversation between Hawaii Governor David Ige and the four county mayors who are expected to delay changing the current rules.
Hilton has made an announcement today that it will extend elite status for members. Those who were due to be downgraded at the end of the month, will have their status extended until March 31, 2021. Plus 2020 member status through March 31, 2022. This applies to Diamond, Gold or Silver.
Coronavirus Latest: Menards Accused of Raising Prices, Travel Insurance Not Covering Cancellations, Chase Closing Branches, Drive-Thru Shows at Vegas Strip Clubs
Menards stores illegally raising prices during the outbreak, Amazon Prime could be useless when many items run out, travel insurance firms not covering coronavirus cancellations, Chase to temporarily close 1,000 branches and drive-thru shows at Las Vegas strip clubs.
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