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Alameda County was added to the state watch list after the increase in COVID-19 cases

Auckland (BCN)-Auckland is concerned about the congestion and traffic problems of Lake Merritt during the increase of new coronavirus cases, and has developed measures to manage traffic and parking, which will be implemented from 7:30 am to 11 pm on weekends Auckland City officials said: “The City of Auckland reminds residents: If you need to go outdoors to breathe fresh …

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401 (k) the best investment strategy

If you are free, your 401(k) can easily become the cornerstone of your retirement plan. People under the age of 50 can usually donate $19,500 to their plan each year, while people aged 50 or over can save up to $26,000. When the maximum contribution allowed by the employer is included in the portfolio, these limits jump to $57,000 and …

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After the passenger becomes “physical attack”, the return flight from Seatac Airport

The crew of Alaska Airlines subdued a person described as “extreme engagement”. Seatek, WA — After a passenger becomes aggressive and must be subdued by the crew on Saturday night, the Alaska Airlines flight from SeaTac Airport to Chicago returns to SeaTac. Alaska Airlines Flight 422 returned safely to Sea-Tac, where passengers were detained by the police. The plane took …

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American Airlines faces huge financial pressure

Apart from lack of funds, the company does not have enough passengers. Therefore, the AA threatened to cancel certain orders. People familiar with the matter said that American executives told their Boeing counterparts in recent weeks that they did not have enough funds to meet certain MAX orders, and unless Boeing helped secure financing for the aircraft, they had to …

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Layoffs at GM’s Windsville plant affect 1,200 people

Wentzville, Missouri – General Motors’ Wentzville assembly plant faces layoffs of more than 1,000 workers. Some employees said that the layoffs were due to the COVID-19 pandemic and labor shortages leading to a decline in sales. It is expected that layoffs will begin on July 20 and will be reduced to two shifts. The factory has about 1,200 workers per …

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Storm Sweeps Nashville Residents | News

Nashville, Tennessee (WSMV)-Thunderstorm weather on Sunday cut power to thousands of Nashville electrical customers. At approximately 6:30 am, Nashville Electric reported that more than 14,000 customers had no electricity. By 8 am, 4,756 customers had no electricity. Before 2 pm, only more than 200 people had no electricity. Nashville Electric’s staff are working to restore power as soon as possible. …

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Springfield-Green’s Health Department announces six new cases may occur

Springfield, Missouri (KY3)-Springfield-Green County Health Department has notified the public of the potential community exposure of six new COVID-19 cases. Health officials shared the following schedule of potential exposure of new cases: Friday, July 3: Visited McAlister’s Deli at 2445 Expy Ste A Street, Kansas from 2pm to 2:45pm (Infectious, but asymptomatic and uncovered) Friday, July 3: 6 pm to …

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Employees who refuse to serve the police are fired and suspended

The “five guys” of the Hamburg chain have fired or suspended several employees at a location in Alabama, after three police officers said they were denied service. The incident occurred on Tuesday, when three policemen entered the location of Daphne’s burger shop and were told to wear masks. The police said they went to get their face masks back, but …

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