-The Wall Street Journal
As many small businesses operating with little cushion are laying off employees, dozens of large companies so far have extended pay and benefits to workers whose livelihoods are affected by the virus.
– The Atlantic
As many health experts have feared, last week, reports began to trickle in of grocery-store workers coming down with COVID-19.
– The Wall Street Journal
Service employees need aid during the lockdowns, but long-term cash transfers would leave them worse off.
– The Washington Post
The Restaurant Workers Relief Program is now in Washington, Cincinnati, Los Angeles, Louisville, New York and Seattle, with more cities in the works.