The study, which analyzed 43 cities, found that the areas that moved more aggressively to limit activities and physical interactions among the public had more economic growth following the 1918 pandemic.
Aggressive Social Distancing Now Is Good For The Economy Later, Study Finds – WBUR
Residents of the town’s 549 households received an envelope containing three $50 gift cards to West Side Bar and Grille, Hometown Market and Trostel’s Broken Branch. The cards added up to more than $82,000 spent by the donor between the three restaurants, or more than $27,000 each.
Anonymous donor sends $150 in gift cards to every household in 1,400-person Iowa town – USA Today