- After weeks of consumer hoarding, panic buying is abating and the lack of demand from shuttered restaurants, schools and coffee shops is starting to set in. Sanderson Farms Inc., the U.S.’s third-largest chicken producer, is slowing production at plants that supply restaurants, and protein giant Cargill Inc. has idled an egg facility due to the lack of demand from the food services industry.
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- On Wednesday, thousands of Michigan residents blocked traffic in Lansing, the state capital, while protesters in Kentucky disrupted Democratic Governor Andy Beshear's afternoon news briefing on the pandemic, chanting "We want to work!"
BANGER NOTE : Protesting is an outdated form of defiance. It achieves very little. It puts people in harms way. It's a waste of time. But a beet scores higher on an IQ test than the average Michigander. They're so brilliant that they elected Whitless Gretchen. Nor could they stay home. So Michigan, is third in cases and deaths. As I said, They're not the brightest tools in the shed.
- The data that was leaked was "of a non-public map that was unintentionally marked as public during a recent upload," according to a release. The leak included information about positive coronavirus cases relating to gender, race, age, address and mortality status.