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Voice of America 22 May 2020

Frame Shop Reinvents Itself to Meet Pandemic Needs


Here's a company that has repurposed its facilities to make products for frontline workers in fight against pandemic #Framebridge

Vaughn Miller is a 25-year-old EMT working in Syracuse, New York. When the opportunity to deploy to a pandemic hotspot presented itself, Vaughn quickly agreed.
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The world economy is unlikely to return to pre-pandemic levels before 2022 at the earliest, the Dutch banking group ING has warned. …

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