"If they've researched up enough on how long the virus lives on surfaces and things like that, and they're doing their part to keep that at a minimum, I guess I'm not too inclined to worry," he said.Stevenson said other workers may be more apprehensive about the virus, but he says he keeps his distance to guard against the coronavirus.The UAW's Gamble, though, suggested that Ford keep worker safety at the top of its list before restarting operations. "The only guideline in a boardroom should be management asking themselves, 'Would I send my family - my own son or daughter - into that plant and be 100% certain they are safe?'" Gamble said.The Ford Motor factories, which largely make highly profitable pickup trucks, commercial vans and big SUVs, are key to Ford's financial health. The Ford F-150 pickup made at the Dearborn Truck plant is the top-selling vehicle in America that's responsible for much of the company's profit.The Ford factories were to be closed until March 30. Combined, … [Read more...] about Ford, Fiat Chrysler, Honda, Toyota seek to restart factories
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As much of the world practices social distancing to stop the spread of coronavirus, trips to the grocery store are one of the few reasons many of us still are allowed to leave the house. But the logistics of shopping for groceries can be daunting. What happens if some key items on my shopping list are sold out? How do I keep my distance in a crowded produce aisle? And just how many people have touched that jar of peanut butter or can of beans we brought home? We talked to infectious disease experts about how to shop for groceries during the coronavirus crisis. Here’s their advice. — Check store policies: Look online for what your store is doing to protect both customers and workers. Many stores now close early to sanitize and offer dedicated shopping hours to customers who are 60 and older. Some stores have installed wipe and hand sanitizer stations and put colored tape on floors to help customers keep their distance at checkout lines. If your store isn’t taking … [Read more...] about Coronavirus outbreak is making grocery shopping stressful
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