Colorado’s first positive tests for COVID-19 on March 5 would usher in a jarring crescendo of disruptions. The most significant ones, accelerated by orders from Gov. Jared Polis, took barely a week to play out in mid-March: Classrooms shut down across college campuses and school districts, followed by mass cancellations of concerts and sporting events, the halt of ski season, closures of dine-in restaurants and bars statewide, and the suspension of all “nonessential” surgeries and medical procedures. … [Read more...] about In Colorado, coronavirus deals a blow to life as we know it
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On Friday, President Donald Trump signed a $2.2 trillion financial relief package aimed at softening the blow of the pandemic. The legislation included provisions of upping unemployment benefits across the nation by $600 a week beyond what individual states are paying for four months, expanding eligibility to include previously uncovered gig workers and self-employed people and extending benefits by 13 weeks beyond what a given state pays, according to the office of U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette of Denver. … [Read more...] about Colorado’s unemployment rate is poised to double in less than three weeks. Here’s what you need to know.
Work and pay into the program for at least 35 years. Make more money during your work years. Your benefit will be based on your best 35 years of earnings during your career, so if you can find side income opportunities you'll thank yourself after you retire. Wait as long as you possibly can to start collecting. Though you can take Social Security as early as age 62, you'll receive the largest benefit if you can hold out until age 70. Don't make too much money after you retire. Depending on your age, it's possible to lose some of your Social Security in 2019 if you earn more than $17,640 a year. For additional tips, be sure to check out our article on the best ways to boost your Social Security benefits. … [Read more...] about What People on Social Security Are Getting in Norcross
The hospital on Thursday received 15,680 N95 masks and 1,200 goggles, which will be used by nurses treating COVID-19 patients. The supply should last for 35 days in a moderate surge scenario, according to hospital president Anthony Armada and the National Union of Healthcare Workers, which represents more than 600 Seton employees. If cases spike, they will last for 26 days. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: UCSF, Seton nurses call on Newsom to send protective equipment
It’s just that dilemma that has Nikole Ammar, owner of the coffee shop, feeling torn. Personally, she thinks the mayor and the governor ought to close down the market and other businesses. She said she’s written Missouri Gov. Mike Parson three emails urging him to do so because she feels people are not heeding the stay at home dictum. Avenues for spreading contagion haven’t been cut off, as she believes they should. … [Read more...] about KC City Market empty since COVID-19 stay-at-home order