COVID-19

What Gyms Will Look Look Like in a Coronavirus World

Gyms are working out how to operate amid the coronavirus pandemic. Face masks, gloves and appointments are just a few of the ways some are modifying their policies.
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After Stimulus Package Passes House, What Happens Next?

House Democrats narrowly passed The HEROES Act on Friday by a vote of 208 - 199 on Friday, and many Americans are wondering what happens next? Where does the Senate stand? And what does it mean for your next stimulus check? Read on.
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Doctor Describes Having Hallucinations While Battling Coronavirus in the ICU

A doctor who was in the ICU for three weeks battling coronavirus has disclosed the illness had him seeing things that were not there.The 71-year-old spent nearly a month in the hospital and experienced fever, muscle pain and hallucinations.
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Is It Safe to Go to the Beach This Summer? 6 Tips to Protect Yourself and Others

With summer fast approaching, people are looking to squeeze in some fun in the sun on the beach, but is it safe amid the coronavirus pandemic? Experts weighed in on how to enjoy the beach this summer. Read more.
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Study: Economic Inequality Can Help Predict COVID-19 Deaths

A new study shows that often economic inequality can help predict COVID-19 deaths in the U.S. Researchers found that states with greater income inequality are more likely to see coronavirus cases and related deaths. Read more.
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Mom of Boy With 'Mystery Illness' Linked to COVID-19 Urges Parents to Seek Treatment

The Lawson family has gone through what one can only describe as a nightmare after their son had a near-death experience caused by the “mystery illness” that’s been linked to COVID-19. Read more now.
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Second Stimulus Check Will Likely Be Approved: Report

The House is set to vote on a new $3 trillion coronavirus stimulus bill that seeks to provide additional financial benefits to Americans during the health pandemic including another round of $1,200 stimulus checks. Read more now.
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These Centenarian Veteran Sisters Are Using Technology to Stay in Touch Amid COVID-19

At 105 years old, Meta Monteleon is the nation’s oldest Army nurse veteran. And she’s not letting something like the COVID-19 pandemic stop her from talking to her 100-year-old sister, Virginia Dupree Phillips. Read more.
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This Restaurant Is Using Life-Size Mannequins to Enforce Social Distancing

Restaurants and businesses in some parts of the country are starting to reopen their facilities amid the coronavirus pandemic. A restaurant in Virginia is using mannequins to enforce social distancing when it reopens.
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Jeff Bezos on Track to Becoming World's First Trillionaire

Jeff Bezos is on track to an impressive feat – becoming the world’s first trillionaire. Reports indicate that he might reach the title by 2036, but not everyone is impressed. See the story now.
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