Americans adjust to life amid coronavirus pandemic As the coronavirus pandemic intensifies across the U.S., many restaurants and cafes have switched to drive-thru, delivery and take-out only systems — but still, some workers feel uncomfortable putting their health at risk to come to work. This week, Starbucks said it would pay all of its employees for the next month, even if they choose to stay home.  As unemployment claims surge, Starbucks CEO and President Kevin Johnson announced this week his commitment to pay all workers in the U.S. and Canada for the next 30 days, regardless of whether they come into work or the stores they work at temporarily close.”We believe no [employee] should be asked to choose between work and their health,” he said in a company blog post.What stores are closing due to the coronavirus I hope to see many business leaders across this country doing all they can to retain jobs, pay employees, continue benefits, and demonstrate compassion as they make critical decisions. Not every decision is a financial one. https://t.co/bdedmMECXj pic.twitter.com/1EE9gTlgpn— Kevin Johnson (@Kevin_Johnson) March 22, 2020 On Friday, Starbucks closed all stores to customers and shifted strictly to a drive-thru and delivery model. It hopes to


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