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Jason Brissett, a kitchen worker who came to the U.S. last month from Jamaica through an H-2B visa, is bracing for 80-hour workweeks this summer to make up for staffing shortages. Tovia Smith/NPR hide caption

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The Coronavirus Crisis

Hotels And Restaurants That Survived Pandemic Face New Challenge: Staffing Shortages

Business owners who rely on seasonal foreign workers coming to the U.S. on H-2B visas are struggling to find help they need for what's expected to be a busy summer.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis speaks to the media about the cruise industry during a press conference at PortMiami in April. DeSantis faces criticism for failing to do all he could on Florida's biggest environmental threat: climate change. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Ron DeSantis Pushes Coastal 'Resilience' While Doing Little To Tackle Climate Change

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Facebook indefinitely suspended then-President Donald Trump's accounts in January after a mob of his supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Facebook Ban On Donald Trump Will Hold, Social Network's Oversight Board Rules

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Jason Brissett, a kitchen worker who came to the U.S. last month from Jamaica through an H-2B visa, is bracing for 80-hour workweeks this summer to make up for staffing shortages. Tovia Smith/NPR hide caption

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Hotels And Restaurants That Survived Pandemic Face New Challenge: Staffing Shortages

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Ed Ward, photographed in the Rolling Stone office in December, 1970 in San Francisco. Robert Altman/Getty Images hide caption

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Ed Ward, Rock Critic And Historian, Dead At 72

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