Did Boeing help during the Covid-19 pandemic?

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  • Workers – including those who live with elderly or medically vulnerable relatives – have to brace against the fear that by going to work, they could bring home the virus (Seattle Times)
  • Boeing only shut down their factory for 2 weeks, and only after an employee had died of Coronavirus, despite the factory being based in Everett, home to the USA’s first case of Covid-19. (Business Insider)
  1. Supplying plane to transport critical and urgently needed supplies (Twitter)
  2. Boeing to use 3-D printing capabilities to manufacture face shields (Avitrader)
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