Restaurants Prepping For New Post-Virus Requirements, Will Cruise Industry Survive Pandemic, Unintended Consequences Of Larger Unemployment Checks And Updating Climate Action Plan
KPBS Midday Edition / May 13, 2020
As California slowly reopens, restaurants are given guidelines to follow for when they are allowed to reopen. Plus, the cruise industry came to a screeching halt after outbreaks on several cruise ships. Will the industry bounce back? Also, some workers are making more on unemployment than when they were working. For them, reopening the economy is a mixed blessing. And, economists say “work sharing” could help save companies money and jobs, but California’s work sharing application is outdated and needs to be revamped. Finally, San Diego City is forging ahead with its update to the Climate Action Plan to halve greenhouse gas emissions by 2035.