Add Andrew Yang to Jacinda Ardern and Nicola Sturgeon who’ve floated the idea that a 4-day week would be good for companies as they reopen:

As the New York Daily News put it, while “a four-day work week sounds like pie-in-the-sky happy talk… everyone said [the same] about Yang’s $1,000-a-month universal basic income proposal. But once coronavirus struck, Congress unanimously voted to give everyone a $1,200 stimulus check.” Put that way, a 4-day week doesn’t seem so inaccessible, after all.