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COVID-19 Daily Updates for Small Businesses

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Small Business Majority
“As developments continue to unfold in response to the spread of COVID-19, we know many small businesses have questions about implications in the workplace and funding options

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Chinese-Americans, Facing Abuse, Unite to Aid Hospitals in Coronavirus Battle

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The New York Times, 4/5/20
“Although many have weathered racist remarks and some physical attacks over the virus, Chinese-Americans are tapping their deep social networks to procure medical supplies.” Read

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The financial risk to U.S. business owners posed by COVID-19 outbreak varies by demographic group

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PEW Research Center, 4/23/20
“The economic fallout from the COVID-19 outbreak has put the jobs of many American workers in jeopardy, but it has also put in doubt the economic

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Boxed CEO Hopes to be Mentor to Johns Hopkins’ Young Entrepreneurs

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John Hopkins Technology Ventures, 12/26/19
“My first entrepreneurial venture wasn’t until I was 29, which isn’t the youngest entrepreneur on the block for a first venture … Even though I

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Rep Lieu statement on PEW report that immigrates are 10 percent of U.S. 2020 Electorate

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Press Release, 2/26/20
"Today, Congressman Ted W. Lieu (D-Los Angeles County) issued the following statement after Pew Research Center released their new report demonstrating that a record 10 percent of

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Co-Chair Nanci Nishimura and her partner help property owners by waiving rent for 65 retail tenants in Half Moon Bay

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The Daily Journal, 3/31/20
Joe Cotchett and Nanci Nishimura of Cotchett, Pitre, & McCarthy, LLP prominent lawyers and Half Moon Bay property owners are waiving two months rent for their

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Two-Thirds of Americans Expect Presidential Election Will Be Disrupted by COVID-19

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Pew Research Center, 4/28/20
"Over the past two months, the outbreak of the novel coronavirus has had a devastating impact on nearly all aspects of life in the United States.

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Most of the 23 million immigrants eligible to vote in 2020 election live in just five states

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Pew Research Center 3/3/20
"About one-in-ten people eligible to vote in this year’s U.S. presidential election are immigrants. And most (61%) of these 23 million naturalized citizens live in just

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Naturalized Citizens Make Up Record One-in-Ten U.S. Eligible Voters in 2020

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Pew Research Center 2/26/20
"Since 2000, size of immigrant electorate nearly doubled to 23.2 million." Read more

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How San Francisco’s Chinatown Got Ahead of the Coronavirus

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The New York Times, 4/17/20
"Despite being a densely populated neighborhood full of vulnerable people, Chinatown was well prepared." Read more

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