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Beach towns that normally rely on tourism are hurting during the COVID-19 shutdown.
There are more than 2 million home health care workers in the U.S. trying to help the elderly and people with disabilities during COVID-19.
Independent contractors, freelancers, sole proprietors and others look to federal and state programs for help.
Among the challenges: How do you teach gym class to students stuck in tiny apartments?
Oil producers would have to pay someone to take oil off their hands.
“For every loan we made, I had another one in the pipeline,” said Laurie Stewart, CEO of Sound Community Bank in Seattle.
The long lines and empty shelves at grocery stores across the country have tested America’s food supply chain. Smaller, independent store supply chains are proving more resilient.
Most of its business is with department stores, many of which are closed. “It’s been pretty much a disaster,” President Ken Natori says.