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Amazon confirms 2 more cases of the novel coronavirus at facilities in Ohio

An employee told Business Insider there were two confirmed cases of COVID-19 at Amazon facilities outside Cleveland, Ohio. In a statement on Monday, Amazon confirmed the information, saying the infected persons are in recovery. Dozens of Amazon workers have caught COVID-19, but the company has declined to reveal how many of its locations have been affected. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Amazon has confirmed two more cases of COVID-19 at facilities in Ohio, following an e...
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After COVID-19: Doctors ponder best advice as patients recover from coronavirus

When David Vega fell ill with the novel coronavirus in mid-March, fever, chills and nausea left the 27-year-old Indiana medical student curled up in bed for days.
Tags: Health, Indiana, David Vega


Constitutional law roundup

I join Caleb Brown at the Cato Daily Podcast to talk about federalism and the lead role of the states in applying pandemic-related police power. See also Chris Edwards, Cato; First John Tamny disagreed with my observation in the WSJ that the Constitution allows states, not the federal government, the power to make lockdown decisions during epidemic outbreaks. Now Roger Pilon weighs in and settles it [Real Clear Markets] “Contagion and the Right to Travel” [Anthony Michael Kreis, Harvard Law ...
Tags: Law, Uncategorized, Indiana, Illinois, Constitutional Law, WSJ, Josh Blackman, Cato Institute, Michael Collins, Pennsylvania Supreme Court, Indiana Supreme Court, CALEB BROWN, Roger Pilon, Ilya Somin, on TV and radio, Cato Daily Podcast


A TIMELESS MEMORY: Honda CL350F by Northbilt Customs

Written by Ricky Ventaglio “You say you want a revolution. Well, you know, we all want to change the world” sang John Lennon in 1968. Honda Motor Co., Ltd. took Lennon’s words on board and between 1972 and 1974 the factory produced what would change the face of motorcycle racing forever. Soichiro Honda’s deepest memories were of the golden days of Honda racing, following his attendance at the Isle of Man TT competition in 1954. Here, his decision that the factory would build not Twins or Singl...
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Tesla shows how its building ventilators with car parts

Tesla is among a group of automakers retooling facilities to build ventilators for the Covid-19 crisis. In the following video, the company provides a behind-the-scene look at its ventilator design process. Like Ford and General Motors, Tesla engineers are building its vent with parts for its vehicles. The reason is simple: car parts are available. Automotive companies obsessively stage parts for final assemble. Without doing so, having a shortage on, say, door handles can shut down a prod...
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Tesla shows how it’s building ventilators with car parts

Tesla is among a group of automakers retooling facilities to build ventilators for the Covid-19 crisis. In the following video, the company provides a behind-the-scene look at its ventilator design process. Like Ford and General Motors, Tesla engineers are building its vent with parts for its vehicles. The reason is simple: car parts are available. Automotive companies obsessively stage parts for final assemble. Without doing so, having a shortage on, say, door handles can shut down a prod...
Tags: TC, Elon Musk, New York, Ge, Tech, Tesla, Indiana, Ford, Gm, General Motors Tesla, Coronavirus, COVID-19


Google location data shows how much daily life is changing in every state

Google published a huge report of location data this week showing how people's movement has changed during the coronavirus pandemic. The data details changes in attendance at: retail and recreation sites, groceries and pharmacies, parks, transit stations, workplaces, and residential locations. For the US Google broke down the data for each state, showing big differences in how people are reacting to the pandemic. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Google this week released a ...
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'I feared for my safety': Amazon confirms coronavirus exposure at Washington, DC-area warehouse after worker speaks out

Amazon told employees in a voicemail on Thursday that a person who had been inside the warehouse in Springfield, Virginia, had subsequently been diagnosed with COVID-19, a source told Business Insider. The company confirmed the incident in a statement to Business Insider, saying it was "supporting the individual, who is recovering." Earlier on Thursday, the company told employees at another warehouse in Jeffersonville, Indiana, that a person with COVID-19 had been in the building on March 26. ...
Tags: Amazon, Virginia, Trends, Indiana, Washington Dc, Los Angeles Times, Business Insider, Jeffersonville Indiana, Springfield Virginia, Business Insider the company, Southern California Amazon, COVID, Timothy Carter


Vail Resorts Announces Two Month Furloughs

On April 1, Vail Resorts announced the company would be making a large reduction in expenses over the next few months.In a public letter, CEO Rob Katz explained they were forced to adopt difficult business decisions as a result of the ongoing impacts of COVID-19, including some that unfortunately affect the Company's U.S. employees.Vail Resorts will furlough most hourly employees, and all salaried employees in the U.S. will receive a reduction in pay.The company will also pause payments to Katz...
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GM rolls out safety protocols for ventilator-making workers

General Motors Co on Thursday rolled out a series of safety measures for workers in Indiana who will make ventilators, outlining what could be a blueprint for opening U.S. auto plants in the coming weeks.
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Morning Docket: 04.01.20

* Harley-Davidson has a new top lawyer — hopefully he gets a few Harleys thrown into his compensation package. [Bloomberg Law] * Federal courts have begun to promote teleconferencing for certain criminal and civil matters due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. [Indiana Lawyer] * The New York Attorney General is looking into privacy settings on the popular Zoom videoconferencing app that may make it vulnerable to hackers. [New York Times] * Zoom is having a rough week, as the videoconferncing...
Tags: Facebook, New York, Texas, Supreme Court, Law, Cbs News, Indiana, New York Times, Harley Davidson, Dallas Morning News, Zoom, Morning Docket, Bloomberg Law, New York Attorney General, Harley Davidson Motor Company, COVID-19


Amazon says it will investigate after we obtained a photo appearing to show a lack of social distancing at Indiana warehouse

A photo obtained by Business Insider appears to show company managers sitting close together at a warehouse. Amazon says it's investigating.
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COVID-19 Remote Learning Poses Hurdles For Students With Disabilities

BOSTON (AP) — At school, Rose Hayes, 8, works with a team of teachers and therapists trained to help with her genetic condition. They set goals for her reading, give her physical therapy to improve her balance and make sure she stays on track. But for the last two weeks, her only connection to school has been through a computer screen. Rose, home amid the coronavirus pandemic that has shuttered schools across the country, now watches lessons her teacher posts to YouTube. Her therapists check ...
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"What is clear is that the pandemic will change the landscape of the sex industry for the foreseeable future."

"As social distancing has led to more people seeking out intimacy online, sex workers say that people are flocking to [on-line] platforms.... That isn’t necessarily a viable option for sex workers who have historically relied on in-person meetings. Such is the case for a 22-year-old sex worker living in Indiana who goes by Lana Del They professionally. Lana Del They, who uses they/them pronouns, is a college student and lives in a small town; they travel to nearby cities for in-person sex work w...
Tags: Law, Prostitution, Indiana, The Web, WaPo, Ann Althouse, Lana Del, Coronavirus, Lana Del They, Bunny Adler


He Was Ordered to Self-Isolate. He Didn’t. Now He’s Facing Criminal Charges.

This story first appeared at ProPublica. ProPublica Illinois is an independent, nonprofit newsroom that produces investigative journalism with moral force. Sign up for The ProPublica Illinois newsletter for weekly updates. In what may be the first case of its kind in Illinois, a man who walked into a busy gas station store after posting on Facebook that he had been ordered to self-isolate because of coronavirus symptoms now faces criminal charges of reckless conduct. The 36-year-old man, who h...
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Do I Have to Pay My Rent or Mortgage During the Pandemic?

As March winds down, at least 250 million Americans have been told to stay home or “shelter in place” to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Problem is, many can’t help wondering if they can still afford a place to shelter in—if they ever could.Long before the coronavirus pandemic, generous swaths of the United States faced an affordable housing crisis. With millions of Americans losing their jobs and millions more facing unemployment in the near future thanks to a concerted economic shutdown gear...
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General Motors and Ford are ramping up ventilator production to fight the coronavirus pandemic. Here's where they are now. (GM, F)

General Motors and Ford both shut down North American manufacturing about two weeks ago and also announced plans to help make critically needed ventilators to fight the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak. President Donald Trump attacked GM last Friday for not moving fast enough, but the company is actually in the process of converting a facility in Indiana for Ventec Life Systems to use.  GM and Ventec expect to be able produce 10,000 ventilators per week when operations fully gear up. Ford is look...
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This day in sports: Isiah Thomas leads Indiana to NCAA title

On this day in 1981, Isiah Thomas scored 23 points to lead Indiana to a victory over North Carolina in the NCAA men's basketball title game.
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Link Dump

Just the usual interesting links from the depths of ye olde internets. Is My Pastor an Alligator? 7 Gospel-Centered Takeaways - A recent gem from the #idontknowwhatthefuckisgoingon tag, the entire Matthew Pierce Evangelical Thought Leader™ site is a doozy, but I loved this one in particular: Have you ever heard horrible snarling and grunting sounds coming from your pastor’s office and walked in, only to find your pastor’s wife quickly trying to button her Mandy Moore Walk to Remember good girl ...
Tags: Usa, Movies, Ben Affleck, America, Indiana, Chile, David Lynch, David Fincher, Affleck, Sherri, Fincher, Link Dump, Matthew Pierce, Mandy Moore Walk


The N95 mask scandal

In the present pandemic, with massive shortagesof medical equipment, central planning and rationing is an imperative.  Until the shortages end, the market can’t be trusted to rationally allocate N95 masks and respirators.  The federal government is the only entity that can develop a unified perspective on the areas of greatest need, and prioritize accordingly.  So it’s disheartening to learn that the Trump Administration’s catastrophic incompetence continues. Almost 1.5 million N95 resp...
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Trump orders GM to start ventilator production for COVID-19 amid contract dispute

President Donald Trump signed Friday a presidential directive ordering GM to produce ventilators and to prioritize federal contracts, just hours after the automaker announced plans to manufacture the critical medical equipment needed for patients suffering from COVID-19, disease caused by coronavirus. The order, made under the Defense Production Act, marks a sudden reversal by Trump, who has touted the efforts by GM and other manufacturers to try and ramp up production of ventilators and and per...
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General Motors and Ventec are gearing up to make critically needed ventilators in Indiana to fight the coronavirus pandemic (GM)

On Friday, President Donald Trump used the Defense Production Act to direct General Motors to "prioritize federal contracts" for ventilators. GM confirmed that it's retooling a plant in Indiana to manufacture ventilators with Ventec Life Systems. The partnership could increase capacity to more than 10,000 ventilators per month; hospitals confront a critical shortage of ventilators as the COVID-19 coronavirus spreads across the US. GM also said that it would produce surgical masks at a plant in...
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General Motors and Ventec will make critically needed ventilators in Indiana to fight the coronavirus pandemic (GM)

GM confirmed that it's retooling a plant in Indiana to manufacture ventilators with Ventec Life Systems. The partnership could increase capacity to more than 10,000 ventilators per month; hospitals confront a critical shortage of ventilators as the COVID-19 coronavirus spreads across the US. GM also said that it would produce surgical masks at a plant in Michigan. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. On Friday, General Motors confirmed that it would build ventilators at a facto...
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What to watch on Netflix amid 'stay at home'? Check out 40 options with Indiana ties

From "Stranger Things" and Adam Driver to "Parks and Recreation" and David Letterman, Indiana content populates Netflix. Here's what you should try.          [Author: Indianapolis Star]
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The US government reportedly has a stockpile of 1.5 million expired N95 masks in storage as hospitals around the country face critical shortage

Sources told The Washington Post that the masks are sitting in a CBP warehouse in Indiana and have not yet been shipped due to being expired.
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‘It’s a scary situation’: LA-area’s frontline healthcare workers face coronavirus amid ‘limited’ supplies

For Sandra Beltran, the drive to work these days is unsettling. An emergency room nurse at Olive View-UCLA Medical Center in Sylmar, she never thought in her 15-year career there she’d be in a position to worry about having enough supplies to do her job. But the coronovirus outbreak has changed that, she said Thursday. Masks. Gowns. PAPRs (respiratory protection gear). Specialized cleaning wipes. Facemasks. Ventilators. They are among the machines and vital personal protective equipment (PPE) in...
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Q&A Interview With Wisconsin Horrorcore Veteran Damien Quinn

What was the earliest hip hop memory you can recall? My first memory of hip hop in my life would be at 4 years old watching LL Cool J’s music video for Mama Said Knock You Out & running around the house singing it. The next memory I can remember, where I can say I fell in love with hip hop would be at 11 years old about ‘98 when my Filipino homie Mark showed me Bone Thugs-N-Harmony’s debut EP Creepin’ On ah Come Up . I was definitely late to the game, lol. Who’re some of your bigge...
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Major automakers Toyota, Honda, FCA extend factory closures

Toyota, Honda and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will not reopen North American factories at the end of the month as planned, as the COVID-19 disease spreads and dampens demand for new cars, trucks and SUVs. FCA said Thursday that plants across the U.S. and Canada, as well as headquarters operations and construction projects, are intended to remain closed until April 14, dependent upon the various states’ stay-in-place orders and the readiness of each facility to return to production. FCA’s Mop...
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Billionaire Mark Cuban says people should 'ignore anything someone like me might say' about sending employees back to work because 'lives are at stake'

Billionaire Mark Cuban says we should be listening to epidemiologists, not billionaires, when it comes to deciding when to return to work.  "Ignore anything someone like me might say. Lives are at stake," Cuban told Bloomberg.  Former executives like Tom Golisano and Lloyd Blankfein are both calling for the economy to be opened up as quickly as possibly, and President Trump is urging for Americans to get back to work by April 12. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Billionaire...
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