President Donald Trump's top official stepped away from the group on Capitol Hill and took off his mask. "Well, I'm more than 10 feet away," he said.
Public relations firms have cut hundreds of jobs in the pandemic, but are still hiring in areas like crisis, healthcare, and tech.
Triller is reportedly in talks to set up a public listing via a merger with a SPAC, although it is simultaneously pursuing a private funding round.
Both airlines are owned by International Airlines Group, which said on Monday that BA was "navigating the worst crisis faced in our industry."
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin called on Congress to "immediately vote" on a measure to spend unused money from the Paycheck Protection Proram.
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The incident occurred at a protest following a decision by New York's governor to enforce local lockdowns in communities with large populations of Orthodox Jews.
The president said on Sunday he now has "a protective glow" — a concept which does not appear in medical or scientific research about the coronavirus.
Fed Chair Jay Powell warned on Tuesday that the economy might falter if another stimulus package doesn't make it through Congress.
The ad used a comment Dr. Anthony Fauci made during a Fox News interview, praising the work of the coronavirus task force — not Trump.
The White House physician, Dr. Sean Conley, notably did not state whether the president had tested negative for the virus.
Upon leaving the hospital, Trump would rip open a button-down dress shirt to reveal a t-shirt with the Superman logo.
The former New Jersey governor had spent time around President Trump and others at the White House who eventually tested positive for the virus.
Of the nine confirmed positive people, two are are in the hospital, including one who's currently in an intensive care unit.