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Beyer Blasts Trump Position on Children and Coronavirus — “Trump does not care that nearly 100,000 American children got sick in two weeks. He has no plan to make schools safe or prevent much larger infections among students and educators.” [Twitter]

City Launches Coronavirus Text Line for Latino Residents — “The resource text line will provide Spanish speaking subscribers with information that is important to them and their families about COVID-19 and keep them up to date about jobs, job training, housing and rental assistance, food assistance, child care, and mental health.” [LocalDMV.com]

Senior Virtual Job Fair on Thursday — “Individuals who are 55 and over, unemployed and looking for work may be eligible for a stipend while training, job searching and skill building. Attendance is free, but participants must register to attend.” [City of Alexandria]

DASH Conducting Coronavirus Ridership Survey — “Last chance to share your COVID-19 transit experience before our survey closes! Take the COVID-19 Ridership Survey today to help us keep moving forward.”[DASH]

Today’s Weather — “Intervals of clouds and sunshine. A stray shower or thunderstorm is possible. High 92F. Winds S at 5 to 10 mph.” [Weather.com]

New Job: Finance Manager — “Successful auto dealership looking for positive and motivated individuals to join its team as a finance manager.” [Indeed]

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