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Lead Nuclear Security Specialist for one of the largest utilities in the US. Essential because you can’t have nuclear without security and electricity is still a big deal. We are helping with the screening and wellness checks on employees, trying to get in and do their jobs. To be honest I’m not completely up to speed on NC restrictions. If it isn’t company or Homeland Security info, I don’t take time to read or listen.
 

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Lead Nuclear Security Specialist for one of the largest utilities in the US. Essential because you can’t have nuclear without security and electricity is still a big deal. We are helping with the screening and wellness checks on employees, trying to get in and do their jobs. To be honest I’m not completely up to speed on NC restrictions. If it isn’t company or Homeland Security info, I don’t take time to read or listen.
I'm thinking this is an old guy on the brink of retirement and can't be trusted...well, maybe he can...

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We have a great deal of crossover with Broadway. Many are from there or their spouses/partners are touring or on shows in NYC. We’re hearing probably fall for the Great White Way, the shows that return anyway. Looks like nothing that’s a big, new show will mount until early next year. It looks to be even worse for tours. We’re fortunate in that our shows are partnerships with large resort companies. Theater isn’t the only one getting decimated. Touring concerts, themed entertainment, convention and meetings, film and TV and sports broadcast are getting whupped. Wish I had better news.
That’s the word from here.. unfortunately the entertainment biz is the last to get any help or even any recognition about how much it effects the economy. With any luck her 2 big shows (wicked and BoM), will hopefully be some the first to return, and will help bring the people back to the theatre.
 

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@Turnall As long as @Russstang doesn't go all "Homer Simpson" on us, he's okay in my book !
 

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I manage an estimating department for a sizable commercial general contractor. We are considered essential, why, I guess to keep some of the economy moving. Our projects tend to be quite large and people can social distance within them. We have started disinfecting protocols on jobsites to reduce risk for workers. In the office we have the option to work from home. Half of my staff is doing so.

So far clients pushing forward with larger projects. Smaller projects like hospital renovations, retail and hospitality/restaurant have been put on hold.
 

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My one son is a heavy vehicle mechanic. His last day will be tomorrow.
My other son is a research chemist / Director of Science for water filtration systems using ion exchange. He will be working part time and from home. His company is small.
Both of my sons will be able to continue working because they are in essential services. This is a relief to me as a parent.
 

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Between the BOSS, our kids, and their spouses, total 7

2 Nurses: Working
1 Medic: Working
1 Lab person: Working
1 Defense Engineer: Working
1 Starbucks Person: Tech Support, always works from home
Me: Retired, but have a job to keep fresh: All have been sent home, but are being paid for at least a month.
 

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I work in cellular so considered essential. Working from my home office today. I was given OK to work from home every day but am going in occasionally to take care of things that are easier to do at work with my printer, scanner, multiple monitors and faster internet. Besides, I feel more connected going in.
 

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Looks like something from Barnwood Builders. Awesome.
I've thought that if they were a little closer I would go to work for them some day...ha ha. This end of the house is made up of early 1800s cabin that was on farm I used to own. I took it apart and rebuilt it here.
 

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I am an accountant for a big telecommunications software company (world HQ is in eastern Europe).
I've been working from home since last Tuesday. We've always been able to WFH if necessary. None of our reporting/month end deadlines have changed.
Wife works for a big university hospital in some sort of IT/software capacity. She's been WFH since last Wednesday.
 

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As long as the patients are coming in, I'm at the office. 99% of what I do can't be done via telemed. Difficult to stab someone or examine body parts over video.
 

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Yes. I work for the DoD, buying millions of dollars worth of stuff every week to keep our military men and women supplied with weapons, vehicle/aircraft parts, or whatever they need. I'm doing this from home, until further notice.

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I need some parts for my Hmmwv lol


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Just received an email from 3m corporate, we have been deemed essential and will continue to work.....we make sandpaper. I told the other guys even if they shut down the plant us maintenance techs will still be in here working.
 

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My company just gave me a letter to carry with me stating that the company is considered essential. I guess for if I get pulled over. Hope I don’t have to blackout my headlights.
 
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