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Google Business NewsJan 23, 2022
After the Omicron wave, here's what experts say could come next in 2022 - CNN
After the Omicron wave, here's what experts say could come next in 2022  CNNThis Is How Long Your Omicron Symptoms Will Last, Doctors Say  Best LifeCOVID-19: South African doctors fear new coronavirus variants could evolve in untreated HIV population  Sky NewsOmicron has changed the shape of the pandemic. Will it end it for good?  CNNOpinion | Omicron Is a Warning. Will We Listen?  MedPage TodayView Full Coverage on Google News

Forbes HeadlinesJan 23, 2022
Many Disabled People Have Been In Lockdown For Two Years: Five Ways To Help At Work
As phrases such as "Pandemic Fatigue" start bandying around and even the antipodean governments of Australia and New Zealand abandon the zero covid approach, many businesses are "learning to live with covid."

Wall Street Journal US BusinessJan 23, 2022
Omicron Wave Drives Surge of Workers Calling In Sick
Almost 8.8 million Americans were out sick or caring for someone with Covid-19 in early January. Many people continue to work while sick.

Google Market NewsJan 22, 2022
Meat Loaf remembered by daughters Pearl and Amanda following death at 74 after COVID-19 struggle - Daily Mail
Meat Loaf remembered by daughters Pearl and Amanda following death at 74 after COVID-19 struggle  Daily MailHow Meat Loaf got his nickname: Rock legend's multitude of explanations  Fox NewsMeat Loaf Tells Young James Corden To 'Never Give Up' In Resurfaced Footage  LADbibleMeat Loaf's Daughter Amanda Aday Remembers Late Performer: 'When We Were Home, He Was Just Dad'  PEOPLE

SHRM HR NewsJan 21, 2022
Health Care Worker Vaccination Deadlines Extended in Some States
Employers that are covered by the federal government's COVID-19 vaccination directive for health care workers must take swift action to comply with looming deadlines. The U.S. Supreme Court recently declined to pause the rule.

CNBC BusinessJan 21, 2022
Kids' Covid hospitalizations hit pandemic high, worrying doctors and parents about long-term impact
Doctors at children's hospitals in Atlanta, Chicago, Cleveland, Denver and Washington are seeing more kids hospitalized with Covid than ever before.

MarketWatch MarketPulseJan 20, 2022
PPG stock falls 3% as paint maker to raise prices to ease inflation pressure
Shares of PPG Industries Inc. fell nearly 3% in the extended session Thursday after the paint and coatings maker reported fourth-quarter profit and sales above Wall Street expectations but said pandemic-related "disruptions" continue to impact production and sales, and it will increase prices to mitigate soaring costs. PPG said it earned $267 million, or $1.12 a share, in the quarter, compared with $272 million, or $1.14 a share, in the year-ago period. Adjusted for one-time items, PPG earned $1.26 a share. Sales rose 12% to $4.2 billion. Analysts polled by FactSet expected adjusted EPS of $1.18 on sales of $4 billion. "Looking ahead, while demand for PPG products remains strong, the heightened supply and COVID-related disruptions experienced in the fourth quarter are expected to continue in the first quarter of the year impacting our ability to manufacture and deliver product," the company said in a statement. "We expect raw-material costs to remain at an elevated level and we are experiencing additional inflation in other cost areas, including logistics and labor." PPG said it will raise prices in all business lines "to mitigate the incremental inflation, and we continue to aggressively manage all aspects of our cost structure, including actions to minimize the cost impacts of the current supply challenges." Shares of PPG ended the regular trading day down 1.2%.

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CNBC BusinessJan 18, 2022
Some Americans blocked from ordering Biden's free Covid tests in early website launch
Every household is limited to four tests based on residential address. The White House said last week it capped the number of tests people can order to ensure broad access to the program.
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