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Coronavirus – Everything You Need To Know

DETROIT - AUGUST 17: The logo for the General Motors Company is seen at the top of its World Headquarters and Renaissance Center complex is seen August 17, 2010 in Detroit, Michigan. GM intends to file paperwork as soon as Tuesday for an initial public offering (IPO) of its stock allowing the U.S. government who owns 61 percent of the automaker to sell off its shares. (Photo by Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)

With the restaurant, hospitality, and airline industries being particularly hard hit, people are looking for work.

Here’s a link to a good sized list of who is hiring: Click Here For Now Hiring List

Other businesses are switching gears to help our current situation.

Automobile industry – Ford, GM and Tesla have been given the go ahead to produce ventilators. The decision to switch manufacturing hats could mean that some of GM and Ford’s closed factories could open back up.

Retail – Christian Siriano, American Apparel, and Hanes are using their resources to make masks and other protective gear for hospital workers. And other companies (such as Target and Apple) are donating masks.