Coronavirus

Summerfest 2020 Officially Canceled Due to COVID-19

This announcement comes after the festival was previously rescheduled to September, from its original dates in June 2020. This is the first time the festival has been canceled in its 53-year history.
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Do's and Don'ts of Hugging During a Pandemic

If you miss hugging your friends and loved ones, you’re not alone. Many people who have been social distancing for months are craving physical affection. Here’s how to hug safely amid the pandemic!
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100-Year-Old Coronavirus Survivors Reveal the Secrets to a Long and Healthy Life

What’s the secret to longevity? Several 100-year-old and above coronavirus survivors, who also lived through World Wars and the Great Depression, reveal their secrets. Read more now.
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Entertainment Industry Reveals New Coronavirus Production Guidelines

TV show and movie sets are going to look much different when production picks back up following the coronavirus shutdowns. Union officials released a 22-page document outlining safety guidelines for cast, crew, and directors. Read on.
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Starbucks Reportedly Urging Workers to Take Unpaid Leave or Cut Hours Amid Pandemic

As Starbucks adjusts to its “new normal” following the coronavirus pandemic, it is forced to make some business changes that affect their employees. Read more now.
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What Should You Do If You Never Received Your Stimulus Check?

If your stimulus check hasn’t arrived yet, you may find yourself wondering what the hold up is. Here’s what you should double check and who to contact if you haven’t gotten your money. Read on.
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Coronavirus: The COVID Cost of Demonstrating

The wave of street civil-rights demonstrations in the wake of George Floyd’s death raise obvious concerns for medical professionals, who have been stressing for weeks the importance of keeping social distance with strangers.
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Nearly One-Third of Unemployment Benefits Have Not Been Paid Out Yet

With more than 40 million Americans currently out of work, many have yet to receive any unemployment benefits. $67 billion has yet to be paid out via overloaded and antiquated government systems.
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Chick-fil-A Releases Dine-In, Drive-Thru Safety Guidelines as Locations Reopen

Restaurants and fast-food chains nationwide are beginning to re-open following a brief shutdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, and with the reopening’s come new dine-in, drive-thru, and to-go guidelines. Read more now.
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Here's What You'll Find at the 2020 Edition of 'Record Store Day'

As the uncertainty of returning back to normal shopping habits are still up in the air, Record Store Day has announced a trio of dates that will see some new and rare releases hit virtual shelves for music fans to scoop up.
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