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Tag Archives: furlough
Slowly, but surely, we’re getting there. The COVID-19 pandemic is slowly, ever so slowly, going away. Five regions in New York State are entering Phase II of their reopening as of today. Phase II includes most office workers and some … Continue reading
The end is near. The COVID-19 pandemic is coming under control. At least for the moment, the infection and hospitalization rates are declining. Here in Western New York, we have started reopening by phases; currently, we are in Phase I, … Continue reading
Two months in. But the end is in sight. If the infection and hospitalization rates continue to decline in New York State, a limited reopening may begin by May 15. I have mixed feelings about that – while I think … Continue reading