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Updated: March 23, 2020 7:10 p.m.
The health and safety of our employees, customers and distribution partners is our top priority. Hearst Newspapers are committed to providing our communities accurate, reliable and critical news at times of crisis including the current coronavirus outbreak.
Because of the trust you place in us, we wanted to share with you some of the actions we are taking to keep our customers, employees and our distribution partners as safe as possible amidst the COVID-19 outbreak.
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Our actions are being guided by the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control, World Health Organization and other leading health organizations, and include:
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