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The novel coronavirus has infected more than 100,000 people around the globe, killing more than 4,000. But it's not just humans impacted by the spread of the pandemic.

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The outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a novel (new) coronavirus, now named COVID-19, began in Wuhan, China, in December 2019. The outbreak continues to spread from person to person in China, with some person-to-person transmissions reported in other countries, including the U.S.

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Health & Safety; Trucking hit by coronavirus concerns, CTA stresses drivers are 'essential service' March 13, 2020. TORONTO, Ont. - The Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA) is calling on governments to treat truck drivers like the "essential service" they are, as self-quarantine measures are established to mitigate

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Confusion and uncertainty reign on the first day of the

Daniel Mendoza, of Willow Grove, puts food in his truck at the Sam's Club in Willow Grove, Pa. on Friday, March 13, 2020. Mendoza said he's doing extra shopping in case the stores close at some point, because of the coronavirus. All Montgomery County schools, community centers, gyms and entertainment venues will be shut down for two weeks.

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Tesla's entry into truck-making presents a whole new

20171114There's a cool new electric semi truck coming around whose book about the trucker life, of gig workers who fall ill or self-quarantine to avoid spreading the novel coronavirus.

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Trucking firms pledging to stop Human Trafficking

"Truck stops are a place that trafficking is actually happening," Sorey said. where they're disguising people for sale at different places," Sorey said. How novel coronavirus is

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Volkswagen buys Navistar stake for U.S. heavy-truck foothold

(Bloomberg)Volkswagen AG will buy a 16.6 percent stake in Navistar International Corp. for $256 million as part of a strategic alliance with the struggling U.S. truckmaker to enter the North

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Jamaicans Invited To Visit Floating Book Fair In Kingston

The MV Logos Hope, the world's largest floating book fair, now docked at the Carib Cement Company's Port in Rockfort, Kingston, will be welcoming persons on board from February 27 to March 17. Patrons are invited to browse its selection of over 5,000 educational books and other resource material, which are on sale.

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2008 Ford F-150 Harley-Davidson 105th Anniversary Edition

The Ford F-150 Harley-Davidson 105th Anniversary Edition is no cheap ride - but then, neither is a Harley. The Harley truck has nearly as much "bling" as your average Harley bike.

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The North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NHCSAA) announced Thursday afternoon that all sporting events in the state have been postponed indefinitely, including Saturday's basketball championship games, due to the growing threat of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

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MnDOT launches new system to help truckers find safe

Minnesota and seven other Midwestern states have launched a truck parking information system to help freight drivers find safe places to park, the state's Department of Transportation announc

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FLORHAM PARK - The borough has closed all facilities to non-essential personnel for two weeks after a member of the borough workforce tested positive for the COVID-19, coronavirus, according to

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Ukraine's health ministry inspects three hospital

The hospitals of Zhytomyr, Rivne and Sarny have insolation wards designed for possible or confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus. They are currently empty, but are ready to receive patients at any time.

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Ontario reports four new confirmed cases of the novel

TORONTO Ontario health officials announced four more cases of the new coronavirus in the province on Sunday, bringing the total diagnoses in Canada to 24. All four of the patients had recently travelled overseas, so the province said it appears the virus is not yet spreading locally. "However

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Intoxicated man arrested after running into traffic on

Port Alberni RCMP responded to reports Thursday of an intoxicated man running into traffic on the Pacific Rim Highway. They said the man had been seen holding a liquor bottle while yelling and . . .

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