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Mine Safety Agency Should Do More to Protect Coal Miners in the Pandemic, Oversight Office Finds

Source: ENERGY & ENVIRONMENT HEALTH July 28, 2020 The federal Mine Safety and Health Administration has not done enough to protect coal miners during the coronavirus pandemic, according to a report from an oversight agency released Tuesday. Through interviews with MSHA officials and union representatives, as well as reviews of state and national policies, the Department of […]

Once a COVID-19 hotspot, Navajo Nation will begin to reopen in phases

Source: azcentral. August 14, 2020   Following nearly two months of declining COVID-19 cases, the Navajo Nation on Thursday announced businesses could begin reopening in phases as early as next week. Most businesses on Aug. 17 can begin operating at 25% maximum occupancy, according to a public health order from the Navajo Department of Health. This includes allowing drive-thru services only […]

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