Posts Tagged ‘coronavirus’

China’s Zero-COVID Policy Could Deal Another Blow to Global Supply Chains, Moody’s Says

Jan 19th, 2022

Beijing has imposed a strict zero-COVID policy since the pandemic began in early 2020. It entails strict quarantines and travel restrictions — whether within a city or with other countries — to control outbreaks. Restrictions aimed at containing Covid-19 have impacted manufacturing and shipping operations globally, exacerbating the supply chain crisis. There have been renewed […]

Will There be Stimulus Checks Over the Holidays? For Certain States, Yes

Dec 22nd, 2021

Hopes of a fourth stimulus check from the federal government have been dashed, but certain states will still be offering their residents some cash ahead of the holidays. So far, there have been three rounds of stimulus checks: one in April 2020, another in December 2020 and one more in March 2021. . . . […]