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Optimism is high among workers that they can return to their pre-pandemic jobs, but economists warn over 40 percent of job losses could become permanent.
Marion County will continue to enforce a stay-at-home order until May 15, despite the state of Indiana’s Back on Track plan that indicates the county could ease restrictions and start to reopen businesses May 11. The restrictions also apply to places of worship in Marion County, delaying their opening.
Tests will be administered from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday at Eastern Star Church’s main campus at 5750 E. 30th St. to address the disparities in the impact of COVID-19 among African Americans and other high-risk populations.
A survey from the National Restaurant Association shows restaurants throughout the country continue to be among the hardest hit by the global pandemic. In the Hoosier state, the Indiana Restaurant and Lodging Association says restaurants stand to lose $920 million
An additional $600 in weekly unemployment benefits could start arriving Friday for some Hoosiers, but independent contractors and gig economy workers may be waiting until next month to see any payments.