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Three million more people are claiming unemployment benefits in the US. The numbers soared, in just one week, to a record-breaking 3.28 million, according to the latest figures released by the Department of Labor for the week ending March 21.

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  • The total required no. of employment doesn't change, so we have to shift our focus on needed jobs such as delivery, engineers or even working at factories. Entertainment industry will be hit hard long term tho...

  • It’s undoubtedly true that this medical contingency has shown how weak is the health system in the US... and as a matter of fact, one solely based business is necessary to be held accountable for it: pharmaceutical industries and how private companies sell coverage to those who can afford not being in

    It’s undoubtedly true that this medical contingency has shown how weak is the health system in the US... and as a matter of fact, one solely based business is necessary to be held accountable for it: pharmaceutical industries and how private companies sell coverage to those who can afford not being in a calamitous momentum of their lives.

    Make no mistake: healthcare coverage should be available for everyone, as countries such as Canada and Cuba already provides to its citizens. And my home country also has that model, but with exceptions (as many Mexican thing is, 👻💀), but in the end, local administrations should be giving lots of explanations about this global crisis in which pharmaceutical enterprises had said nothing regarding how a virus so pandemic is shaping global economic growth once everybody has learn to wash their hands properly, and having common sense about respiratory potential illnesses.