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Which Masks Are Better; The Rich Aren't Spending (And That's Hurting The Economy)
Coronavirus Daily
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Which Masks Are Better; The Rich Aren't Spending (And That's Hurting The Economy)

Coronavirus Daily

Kelly McEvers, NPR

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Two-thirds of the total drop in spending since January [2020] came from the wealthiest quarter of Americans, which means the economy might not be fully back to normal until COVID-19 is no longer a threat.

Wealthy Americans Won't Start Spending Until COVID-19's Threat Is Diminished

A recent study showed that if the majority of people wore face masks in public—even just homemade ones—we could dramatically reduce transmission of COVID-19.

Masks Will Help Limit COVID-19's Spread Amid Reopening

It's predicted that 25,000 stores will close this year because of COVID-19—the majority of them in malls.

25,000 Stores Will Close in 2020 Because of COVID-19
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