Ashburn / Virginia / Gaile

For the next stop in our 10-person reimagining of the U.S. labor force, we're headed to Ashburn, Virginia. Let's meet Gaile. ⤵️ She's 70 and has been in the workforce for pretty much her entire life.

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Botswana is placing its entire cabinet and members of parliament in quarantine after a health worker screening lawmakers for coronavirus was found to be infected with Covid-19

Oil prices rose on expectations the OPEC+ meeting later in the day would lead to production cuts, as the industry grapples with a coronavirus-driven collapse in global oil demand

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The Federal Reserve and other regulators are planning to grant a sweeping capital break for banks providing loans to small businesses

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Today’s @EveningStandard ⁩ as message goes out: don’t give up on the lockdown to save lives this Easter

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Japan’s health ministry announces it has tested a total of 64,387 people as of noon today. That’s an increase of 2,889 since yesterday. (Far less than the 20,000 a day capacity the prime minister announced earlier this week).

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