Public Health England has been studying the disproportionate impact of the coronavirus on people from black and Asian ethnic groups.
Wage support was mostly requested to aid blue collars workers.
Retail is back, with some restrictions, as are hair salons and barbers in most counties.
Workers have filed thousands of coronavirus-related complaints as business lobbies push for immunity from liability.
The U.S. footwear industry’s lobby group penned a letter to U.S. officials, addressing financial fallout from the coronavirus crisis.
California appears to be picking up speed in its reopening plans amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The program, backed by the Business of Fashion, Textiles and Technology will help 10 U.K brands develop concepts into real business plans.
Central American unions are launching a campaign to pressure U.S. companies sourcing apparel in the region to pay factories for canceled orders and provide a living wage until COVID-19 abates.
City planning is being based on weeks more of people being at home, while Gov. Newsom starts to modify state orders on offices and malls.
The British government plans to extend a nationwide furlough scheme to the end of October and help vulnerable garment supply chains abroad.
Bangladesh workers are returning to factories despite confusion over safety protocols and as the industry loses billions of dollars worth of orders due to the pandemic.
No more small, indoor break rooms for workers and hand sanitizer is going to be everywhere.
The state attorneys believe as much as $154 billion of the first round of loans went to large businesses.