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Encouraging

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The Target Corporation announced on 20 March 2020 (WHO.svg+9 dayssrc) that they would be temporarily increase employees pay by US$2 an hour, providing bonuses between US$250 and US$1,500 to 20,000 hourly workers who manage individual departments within stores, and providing 30 days of paid leave to employees who have underlying health conditions or who are 65 or older. The company also announced that they would be donating US$10 million to local and national organizations to support COVID-19 relief efforts.
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University of Washington

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The University of Washington's Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation has been developing and updating a number of models related to the COVID-19 pandemic. These models are being used by the United States federal government as well as state and local governments to plan their responses to the pandemic. They have also been used by organizations in their planning and media outlets in their reporting of the pandemic.

Palo Alto Networks

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In addition to Palo Alto Networks requiring their employees to work from home beginning 16 March 2020 (WHO.svg+5 dayssrc), the company committed to making no layoffs as a result of the pandemic. The CEO of the company forfeited his salary on 23 March 2020 as a part of their "no COVID-19 layoffs" commitment. The company is also raising US$5 million, intended for employees in need and hourly wage workers.

McKesson Corporation

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The McKesson Corporation foresaw potential medical supply constraints as early as June 2019 sending a letter to the United States Federal Government on 17 June 2019 (WHO.svg−268 dayssrc) that new levies on gloves, face masks and other personal protective equipment would lead to increased costs, product shortages and "disruptions to patient care." The company has since become a founding collaborator of Project Airbridge, a joint effort to expedite manufacturing, sourcing, and distribution of personal protective equipment and COVID-19 treatments.

Target Corporation

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The Target Corporation announced on 20 March 2020 (WHO.svg+9 dayssrc) that they would be temporarily increase employees pay by US$2 an hour, providing bonuses between US$250 and US$1,500 to 20,000 hourly workers who manage individual departments within stores, and providing 30 days of paid leave to employees who have underlying health conditions or who are 65 or older. The company also announced that they would be donating US$10 million to local and national organizations to support COVID-19 relief efforts.

Laika

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Animation studio Laika confirmed on 09 April 2020 (WHO.svg+29 dayssrc) that the studio would remain closed and not producing films until at least 01 May 2020. However, during that time the studio will continue providing its employees with full pay and benefits.