Oklahoma Company Building Ventilation Units For New York Pop-Up HospitalsAAON, Inc.'s national headquarters here in Tulsa is working to make heating, ventilation, and air conditioning units for temporary hospitals in New York. The company currently has almost 2,000 employees and is looking to hire 100 more.
OK Attorney General Issues Warning About Coronavirus Relief Fund ScammersAttorney General Mike Hunter warns Oklahomans that they should be on alert for scams about the COVID-19 relief funds. The payments are supposed to start in 3 weeks and for most Americans, they will be sent straight to your bank account.
Tulsa Church Donates Masks To Hospital While Delivering DonutsPeople are doing good deeds throughout Green Country during the COVID-19 crisis. On Friday, one Tulsa church decided to do two good deeds in a single trip. Parkview Baptist church bought 40 dozen donuts and hand-sewn masks to Saint Francis Hospital.
QuikTrip Adjusts To State's Coronavirus Outbreak, Increases Sanitation, Implements Social DistancingSigns at area QuikTrip now say they’re limiting the number of customers in the store to 10 people at a time. QuikTrip said they're using tape on the floor to get customers to stay away from each other
US Sheds 701,000 Jobs, Ending A Record-Long Hiring Streak
Many Americans would lose their jobs because of the coronavirus and government numbers out Friday show an official end to the nation’s record hiring streak and point to new record unemployment ahead. CBS News' Michael George spoke with workers hit hardest by the layoffs.
WATCH: America Airlines Jets Parked At Pittsburgh International Airport
Nearly 100 American Airline jets have been parked at Pittsburgh International Airport because flights have been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. American Airlines is suspending 60% of their capacity on flights in April and up to 80% in May.
Cruise Ships Docked In Florida Due To Coronavirus (COVID-19) Concerns
Two cruise ships docked at Port Everglades in Florida on Thursday after not being allowed to dock in Chile, Argentina, and Peru because of the coronavirus pandemic. The Zaandam had a reported 200 sick people on board at one point during its journey. Nine people tested positive for COVID-19 and four people died. The Rotterdam took passengers with no symptoms from the Zaandam.
German Store Sets Up Drive-Thru Toilet Paper Station
A store in Germany has started selling toilet paper via a drive-thru system. The manager came up with the idea because there are a limited number of people allowed in his store at a time. He said he only started selling toilet paper because of the high demand for it amid the coronavirus pandemic.