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Feds May See Financial Windfall From COVID-19 Pandemic

Telework means federal workers will spend less for daycare

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With COVID-19 infections spiking — there are at least 10.5 million infections in the U.S., and more than 242,000 Americans have died — employers across the country are laying off workers in droves as restaurants, theaters and department stores shutter their doors.




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