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Nearly 4,900 COVID-19 Cases Logged at EM Since Pandemic Began
There have been 4,867 confirmed cases of COVID-19 among the Department of Energy’s Office of Environmental Management workforce since the pandemic took root in the United States in early 2020, according to figures provided Thursday by the agency’s cleanup branch. This week there are 47 active confirmed cases of COVID-19 within the Environmental Management (EM) complex, an office spokesperson said via email. The total is 18 fewer than the 65 last week and also means that active cases have stayed below triple digits for three of the past four weeks. It’s a drastic drop from mid-January mid-January, when there were 473 active cases in a week. The case count at…
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The Joe Biden administration’s budget request proves they’re willing to help out the nuclear energy industry as part of its clean energy agenda, the Secretary of Energy said at a trade group conference Tuesday. “The administration isn’t just ready to…
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