COVID-19

Pedigree Is Hosting Virtual Dog Adoptions Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Are you lonely during the coronavirus pandemic? Pedigree, the company known for its dog food, is hosting dog adoptions via Zoom amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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FTC: Nursing Homes Cannot Seize Your Stimulus Check

The Federal Trade Commission warns nursing home residents that the assisted living facility cannot take your federal stimulus check. FTC reports some nursing homes allegedly stole checks.
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Can Social Security Survive the Coronavirus Crisis?

Can Social Security survive the COVID-19 crisis? Financial adviser and best-selling author Rick Edelman has some real concerns about whether Social Security can survive this crisis.
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Can Coronavirus Be Transmitted By Talking or Breathing?

When the coronavirus pandemic began, experts reported that the virus was spread when an infected person coughed or sneezed through droplets. Can the virus be transmitted by taking or breathing?
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Man Makes 14-Hour Boat Trip to Costco Every Week to Supply His Small City With Food

Whatever it takes to get groceries at Costco. An Alaskan man makes a weekly 14-hour boat trip to the major supermarket to supply his small city.
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Priest Goes Viral for Blessing Churchgoers With Water Gun

A photo of a priest using a water gun filled with holy water has gone viral. The priest was seen blessing churchgoers with a water gun outside of the church.
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Black Light Experiment Shows How Coronavirus Could Spread at a Restaurant

An experiment revealed how the coronavirus could spread quickly from one person to a group of people eating at a buffet. Experts used a black light.
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'An Inspiration': 108-Year-Old Woman Who Lived Through 1918 Flu Pandemic Beats Coronavirus

A 108-year-old New Jersey woman who lived through the 1918 flu pandemic beat the coronavirus in a ‘tremendous show of strength.’ Read her story on RADIO.COM
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International Fraud Network Steals Millions From US Unemployment Funds

If you recently received unemployment benefits, a group of international fraudsters has been allegedly attacking United States unemployment systems.
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Kroger Is Giving Employees $130 Million in 'Thank You Pay' Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Kroger announced it has allocated $130 million in special payments for their store employees working during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
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