Good Morning, News: Economic Relief for Portlanders, Dems Working on More Coronavirus Spending, and Work Continues on Trump's Border Wall, Neat!
by Tuesday at 8:23 am•
Good morning, Portland! It's the last day of March 2020, the longest year of your life.
Here are the headlines!
• In an in-depth interview with NPR, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned that "this virus is going to be with us" for at least 24 months.
• Rent is due this week for a lot of people—but don't worry if your income has changed because of the coronavirus and you can't afford to pay it, because the city of Portland is under an eviction moratorium. Here's more info on what you need to do—and why some tenants' rights activists don't think the moratorium goes far enough.
• One local restaurant worker's warning:
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In the "I, Anonymous Blog" quote of the day, a restaurant worker has opinions about delivery AND should report his boss to the state!https://t.co/yGDqFDilm8— Portland Mercury 🗞 (@portlandmercury) March 30, 2020