PODCAST: Detroit Coronavirus News, Auto Sales Down, Ford Making Respirators

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On today’s show: Sven and Jer talk about falling sales for the auto industry (including Ford, FCA and GM) and how Ford is making respirators out of repurposed car parts.

Also: The most recent official Coronavirus case numbers. Michigan cases continue to rise.

A recent survey shows a $491 million dollar hit to the restaurant industry, with 72,000 jobs and more layoffs to come.

Amazon workers walk out of a facility in Romulus.

National Coney Island is temporarily closing its locations, so no Hanis for you.

Meanwhile, AMC Star Southfield is closed for good. Is it just the first local movie theater to not make it through the pandemic?

Governor Gretchen Whitmer is working with local and statewide TV stations for a town hall Thursday night at 7 p.m.

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