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Stay at home economy.

Stay at home economy.

An outbreak has already hit San Francisco's homeless shelters, for example. More than 90 homeless residents at the city's largest shelter have tested positive for COVID-19, and at least 30 people living in SRO hotels have as well. Those living in SROs are usually residents in danger of entering homelessness.

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The GMB struck a deal last week with Hermes, under which 15,000 couriers will be paid normally if they have to stay at home. "We raised the lack of sick pay with them, and they immediately recognized it would be a problem," he said. But he adds that Hermes is the only major courier company that has so far agreed to help workers confined to their homes.

Estimates of the pandemic's overall cost are staggering. Bridgewater Associates, a hedge fund manager, says the economy will shrink over the next three months at an annual rate of 30 percent. Goldman Sachs pegs the drop at 24 percent. JPMorgan Chase says 14 percent.

Restaurants and bars will be allowed to resume in-establishment services under reduced capacity and social distancing guidelines beginning May 4. If allowed by local school boards, schools can resume in-classroom teaching on May 7. Gyms, pools, movie theaters, bowling alleys and other places of public assembly remain closed. Local jurisdictions are not prohibited from making more restrictive ordinances.

A salon owner in Dallas received a jail sentence for opening her business in defiance of current state guidelines. The judge offered her a chance to avoid jail if she apologized, but she refused. In Magnolia, Texas, two state legislators went for a trim at The Manly Salon, also open in violation of state orders, as an "act of civil disobedience."

Elective and outpatient surgeries can resume on May 1. As of May 4, retail businesses not classified as "essential" are allowed to offer goods through means such as delivery, curbside service, window service, etc. As of May 8, they will be allowed to open their stores if they maintain social distancing and sanitation standards from the U.S. Department of Labor or the Arizona Department of Health Services. Guidelines are being developed that would make it possible for restaurants to resume dine-in service in May.

Workplaces designated as "higher-risk" will have to wait for Stage 3. These include nail and tattoo salons, gyms, bars, entertainment venues, indoor museums, public pools and playgrounds, religious services, theme parks and hotel services for leisure and tourism.

Some guidelines may have broad appeal but are limited in value. Taking temperatures has the potential to prevent some infected persons from coming into contact with others, but according to CDC Director Redfield, as many as 25 percent of persons infected with the coronavirus are asymptomatic. Guidelines that limit special protections for "at risk" populations to senior citizens do not protect smokers, or those with asthma, heart disease, diabetes and other high-risk conditions.

Moreover, the state's action came amid mixed messages from President Donald Trump. On the eve of the official reopening in Georgia, Trump heaped both praise and blame on the governor.

He said all of the business leaders he and Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito talk with "aren't looking to jump off the deep end of the pier, they're looking to find a way to do something safely." When it comes to making decisions about lifting non-essential business closures, Baker said the "key elements" will be meeting to-be-determined targets that demonstrate "positive trends when it comes either to testing or to hospitalizations."

A new survey finds that 71 percent of Americans are more worried about governments lifting social distancing restrictions too soon, while only 29 percent are concerned that this is not happening quickly enough. Both Republicans (69 percent) and Democrats (84 percent) do not think it will be safe to end stay-at-home orders for several weeks, several months or even six or more months.

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