Experts on managing factory production say GM is already making an extraordinary effort for a company that normally isn’t in the business of producing ventilators.
Bracing the nation for a grim death toll, President Donald Trump on Sunday extended the voluntary national shutdown for a month, bowing to public-health experts who told him the coronavirus pandemic could claim over 100,000 lives in the U.S., perhaps significantly more, if not enough is done to fight it.
A difference of opinion on President Trump’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic stems from conflicting views on the role of the federal government during a national emergency.
Thousands of government workers in Southern Nevada find their jobs suddenly in flux, a result of stringent health precautions and public facility closures.
After President Trump declared a state of emergency in the U.S. on March 13 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, his campaign expedited plans to shift into a digital-only re-election bid.
The county’s Business License Department has issued emergency suspensions to five liquor establishments, two smoke shops and two car washes through March 25, the county said.
State government in talks with banks and others to provide assistance to Nevadans impacted by the economic upheaval the new coronavirus has inflicted on the state, he says.
The Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation (DETR) has implemented new measures to deal with “an unprecedented number of unemployment insurance claims.”
President Donald Trump took steps Friday to expand the federal government’s role in helping produce critically needed supplies to fight the coronavirus pandemic.
The House vote came after lawmakers were forced to scramble back to the Capitol when a lone Republican bucked GOP leaders and threatened to force a roll call vote.