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107-Year-Old Man Believed to Be Oldest COVID-19 Survivor in US

A man living in the St. Louis area is believed to be among oldest people in the world to survive coronavirus – and he celebrated the victory on his 107th birthday.
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Adam Lambert Reveals He Was Supposed to Tour With Christina Aguilera, and Still Might

While some acts are pushing dates into 2021, others are speaking about what could have been before the outbreak of COVID-19, and what still may come once we’re through the woods.
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Missouri to Allow Concerts Starting Today

Missouri plans to start gradually reopening their state on Monday May 4th and part of Gov. Mike Parson’s “Show Me Strong” recovery plan is the return of large-scale live events such as concerts and sporting events.
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Taylor Swift Surprises Nurse With Gifts and a Handwritten Note

When Taylor Swift learned that one of her superfans is a Utah nurse who traveled to New York City to assist coronavirus frontline medical workers, the singer sent the woman a care package consisting of a handwritten note and more.
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James Corden and Trevor Noah Are Paying Their Furloughed Staffers’ Salaries

As the coronavirus pandemic leaves millions unemployed, James Corden and Trevor Noah want to show loyalty to their employees. The talk show hosts are paying their furloughed staffers’ salaries.
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Tom Hanks Surprises College Graduating Class With Inspirational Video Message

Tom Hanks is doing his part to provide inspiration in the aftermath of his experience with the coronavirus. He has left a video message for the students of Wright State University. See the details.
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Socially Distant Wedding Ends With Groom Losing His Ring

Marriage has a nice ring to it. But when a groom loses his wedding ring, things can get a little hairy. A socially distanced wedding ended with the groom losing his ring.
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City’s Proclamation Requiring Face Masks Amended After Threats of Violence

Last week an emergency proclamation was issued in Stillwater, Oklahoma, which required residents to wear face masks in restaurants and stores. The proclamation was amended after threats of violence.
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IRS Mistakenly Sends Stimulus Checks to Foreign Workers

Thousands of foreign workers overseas are receiving $1,200 stimulus checks. The Internal Revenue Service mistakenly sent stimulus checks to foreign workers.
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Are You Using Cleaning Products Safely? Calls to Poison Control Spike Amid Coronavirus

As many still remain paranoid over the COVID-19 pandemic, some may be cleaning their homes way too often. Are you using cleaning products safely? Poison Control calls have spiked due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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