LOCAL

Covid crisis Aruba: TIME FOR ACTION

You don’t lay-off workers and give them money, you give their employers subsidy to keep them working.

COVID-19: The Creative Industry’s Worst Nightmare Come True

It has been at least 4 decades since the island experienced a national curfew or further than that, a partial shutdown.

Aruba Wins IBNS 2019 Bank Note of Year Award

The 100 florin banknote has predominantly a green color, which represents thenatural habitat of different species of Aruba’s flora and fauna.

U.S. NEWS

Local newspapers are facing their own coronavirus crisis

But newspapers and other publications are under pressure as advertising craters.

With parks closed, Disney starts furloughs in 2 weeks

Anyone who is furloughed will remain a Disney employee, the company said.

A record 10 million sought US jobless aid in past 2 weeks

The magnitude of the layoffs has led many economists to envision as many as 20 million lost jobs by the end of April.

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WORLD NEWS

Scramble for virus supplies strains global solidarity

Next day, the truck returned empty. The company was refusing to provide the masks.

Prince Charles opens new London hospital for virus patients

It opens with around 500 beds but when at its expected full capacity of 4,000 beds, it will be the biggest hospital facility in the U.K..

Russia’s Putin orders non-working month to curb coronavirus

Putin said some essential industries will keep operating, and grocery stores and pharmacies will remain open.

COLUMNS

COVID-19: The Creative Industry’s Worst Nightmare Come True

It has been at least 4 decades since the island experienced a national curfew or further than that, a partial shutdown.

American continent strucked by epidemics Episode LXI. 61

European diseases devastated entire nations and their tribes.

We call it the Calco

Growing up on an island I can say this was my preferred meal but over the time it was very hard to find.