“Is it safer to take four flights … lasting 7 hours each way with up to 200 other passengers or is it safer to stay in at least three different hotels in three different states, plus all the restaurant/grocery store stops along the way?,” Armstrong wrote. … [Read more...] about Is It Safer To Fly Or Drive During The Coronavirus Pandemic?
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Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and other state officials announced the project Thursday afternoon near a former railroad station that Ford is renovating to house its autonomous vehicle operations in downtown Detroit. Ford is among nine autonomous vehicle and auto companies on an advisory board for the project. … [Read more...] about US state plans dedicated road lanes for autonomous vehicles
This line of work is notoriously difficult, both physically and psychologically. Unlike trimmers and cutters who deal with processed meat, slaughterers and meatpackers kill live animals, often intimately and up close, and/or separate their bodies into cuts of meat shortly after slaughter. The coronavirus shutdown has highlighted the essential nature of their work and their plight—they're much more likely to be physically injured on the job or suffer work-related mental trauma than the larger population. … [Read more...] about These Are the Highest-Paying Jobs That Don’t Require a Degree
"This morning Richard Childress Racing's NASCAR Cup Series driver Austin Dillon tested positive for COVID-19. In accordance with NASCAR's safety protocol, Dillon is self-quarantining away from RCR's facilities and will not be competing in this weekend's NASCAR Cup Series race at the Daytona International Speedway Road Course," the tweet reads. … [Read more...] about Austin Dillon tests positive for coronavirus, will miss NASCAR Cup Series in Daytona