Amazon Shuts New Jersey Facility Till Dec. 26 on Virus Spike Among Workers

By Aakriti Bhalla(Reuters) – Amazon.com Inc said on Sunday it had closed one of its warehouses in New Jersey out of caution till Dec. 26, after seeing an increase in asymptomatic positive cases amongst workers.”Through our in-house COVID-19 testing program, we detected an increase in the number of asymptomatic positive cases at our PNE5 facility in northern New Jersey and have proactively closed the site until December 26.

Priti Patel has admitted that more than 1,500 trucks are stacked in Kent waiting to enter the blocked port of Dover following the French ban on lorries entering the country from Britain. On Monday  Boris Johnson said that just 170 trucks were queuing in Kent as a result of the Government’s preparations for a no deal Brexit. The latest crisis was triggered by the French government’s decision on Sunday night to suspend.

Motley Fool5 Key Mortgage Trends to Watch in 2021While rates for both new home purchases and refinances have been extremely competitive, a housing inventory crunch has made the process of finding an affordable home difficult. Recently, Fannie Mae projected that the average 30-year fixed mortgage rate will fall to 2.7% next year, compared to 3.1% this year. Of course, top rates will be reserved for borrowers with outstandig.

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