COVID-19 has added additional stress as older adults have been urged to limit contact with others as much as possible. It can be hard to stay away from your older loved ones, but it's essential for everyone’s safety.
In this video, Acting Secretary Chad Wolf visits frontline Transportation Security Administration (TSA) employees, thanking them for risking their own health and safety to protect our airways throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
“In close collaboration, the US, Mexico, and Canada have each agreed to extend restrictions on non-essential travel across their shared borders for 30 additional days. As President Trump stated last week, border control, travel restrictions and other limitations remain critical to slowing the spread and allowing the phased opening of the country.”
“I applaud the President for signing this Executive Order, which gives the Administration the ability to help the trade community and U.S. businesses who keep critical supply chains for U.S. manufacturers moving during this unprecedented time. As we all know, the COVID-19 pandemic response has created serious economic issues for many American businesses. This President and this Department have, and always will, put the American worker first.
With more than 124,000 schools closing to stop the spread of COVID-19, you may find yourself working as a teacher for your children. If you're new to homeschooling, here are some tips to help your kids learn.
The Department of Homeland Security, with the support of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), has announced a temporary final rule to change certain H-2A requirements to help U.S. agricultural employers avoid disruptions in lawful agricultural-related employment, protect the nation’s food supply chain, and lessen impacts from the coronavirus (COVID-19) public health emergency. These temporary flexibilities will not weaken or eliminate protections for U.S. workers.
We recently reported on several S&T-funded information sharing technologies and reached back out to learn how each is now being used in the fight against COVID-19.
Here’s the interesting thing about inner strength—we all have it. We are all born with a desire to learn, to grow, to evolve into a more meaningful representation of ourselves. Even when the world seems like it is upside down and you lay awake at night questioning how you will make it through the next day, ultimately what you find is that the answer is within you.
Acting Secretary Chad F. Wolf thanks the men and women of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), who are battling the coronavirus pandemic on the front lines across the country, risking their own health and safety to protect our borders and ports of entry.
While social distancing can help to reduce the spread of COVID-19, staying home may not be the safest option for many domestic abuse survivors. Outside factors that add stress and financial strain can create circumstances where a victim’s safety is further compromised. Domestic violence or abuse, also called intimate partner violence, is not the same as an occasional argument between partners. It is a pattern of abuse used by one person to control another.