The e-commerce platform has confirmed that it is opening 100 new operations sites this month, and it’s believed that most of the 100,000 employees coming on board will be deployed into these new facilities.
The plan looks to give people $300 a week in relief, but states have the option to add another $100 if they so wish to bring the total figure to $400. However, there’s a real fear that the program could run out of money before it has any real impact.
The company has seen its value grow by a whopping 431% since its Initial Public Offering. As a result, CureVac was able to get up to $231 million in initial funding, which is expected to go towards research and development.
Even though the President made certain to dismiss any implications that his administration might be trying to discredit Fauci, Trump said he is being “a little bit of an alarmist” about the call to increase healthy safety measures.