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President Trump hasn’t lifted a finger to protect frontline workers. He rejected calls to issue workplace safety requirements, and he failed to get them sufficient protective equipment and medical supplies.   Instead, he got Christmas ornaments.

This year’s White House Christmas decorations highlight first responders and frontline workers who are being challenged by the deadly coronavirus pandemic.

How the holiday shopping experience will be different in 2020 - And what it means for frontline staff Sponsored by @SAP 

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First responders and frontline workers, coping with a pandemic that has killed more than 266,000 people in the United States and infected more than 13 million others, are recognized with a tree and other decorations in the Red Room.

Rich world hoarding Covid vaccines, says Red Cross • Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi calls families of frontline heroes who died in pandemic • Moderna seeks vaccine approval as trials show 94 per cent efficacy • Air strike kills IRGC commander at Iraq-Syria border

Gov. Cuomo says New York needs more frontline troops to fight COVID-19 during the second wave. @JLaytonTV  reports.

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Field hospital in Rhode Island expecting first COVID-19 patients. State Emergency Management warned today: "Hospitals at capacity due to COVID. Help the frontline by staying home as much as possible for the next two weeks."

Kentucky is expected to receive 38,025 doses of the Pfizer vaccine as early as mid-December. Residents and staff in long-term care facilities, as well as frontline healthcare workers, will be the first to receive the vaccines.

With the initial shipments of a new vaccine against COVID-19 potentially weeks away, Virginia is testing its plan for distributing the initially limited supply of the vaccine to the people who need it most - front-line medical workers and the…

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Walmart and Amazon halted hazard pay for their frontline workers during a pandemic after making a combined $30,000,000,000 in profits this year. Shop small. Please.

Today I'm thinking about all the families who have an empty seat at Thanksgiving this year after losing a loved one, our nation’s frontline workers who are spending the day saving lives, and those who are serving overseas. Each and every one of you is in our hearts.

3 things I have learned about the #coronavirus  crisis. 1. Hospitals are not the frontline in this war. You are. The medics treat the fallen. 2. The virus doesn’t spread. You spread it. 3. There is no medical solution yet (& maybe ever). You are the solution.

The annual income for frontline workers: Nursing assistants: $34K Restaurant cooks: $27K Home health aides: $24K Cashiers: $22K What Jeff Bezos made in one day: $13 billion If this doesn't convince you our economy is broken, I don't know what will.

The Epidemic Diseases (Amendment) Ordinance, 2020 manifests our commitment to protect each and every healthcare worker who is bravely battling COVID-19 on the frontline. It will ensure safety of our professionals. There can be no compromise on their safety!

It's disrespectful to our frontline workers –⁠ and to your neighbors –⁠ not to wear a mask in public when you can't socially distance. Why? Because you don't wear a mask to protect yourself. You wear one to protect others.

I WAS NOT ARRESTED. Im safe. There were ppl I had to get to safety as many of them have VISAs. Myself + many of my peers were shot, gassed + antagonized. The frontline was calm + did not provoke BUT MANY ARE NOT SAFE + MANY ARE IN CUSTODY DONATE TO BAIL ORGS!!! I AM CURRENTLY

‘It’s time to move on’ says government that’s worked harder to safeguard one man’s job in three days than it has to protect frontline workers and care home residents in three months.

When I sent Pres. Trump a serious letter on getting critical medical supplies to our frontline fighters, he responded with a petty, unserious letter. To the President: Americans are dying and losing jobs. Businesses are teetering. Stop the pettiness. Be a leader. Do your job.

Tens of thousands have died. Tens of millions are unemployed. But Senate Republicans have their priorities in order: — No hazard pay for frontline workers. — No food aid for hungry Americans. — No funding to state and local governments crying out for help. Good job, Mitch.

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