Coronavirus

You Can Finally Call the IRS About Your Stimulus Check

As stimulus checks are being sent to millions of people, many Americans still have unanswered questions about the status of their payments. The IRS has announced there is now a line taxpayers can call if they have questions about their checks.
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VA Asks Public for Donations for Homeless Veterans During Pandemic

The United States Department of Veterans Affairs is asking the public for donations for homeless veterans during the coronavirus pandemic. Here is how you can help.
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Mask Selfies on Instagram Are Being Used to Develop New Facial Recognition Tools

If you’ve posted a selfie wearing a face mask it could be being used without your consent. Researchers have been collecting thousands of face mask selfies directly from Instagram in order to develop the next generation of facial recognition tools.
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Instagram Launches Tool That Focuses on Mental Health, Wellness Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Instagram just launched a tool that focuses on mental health and wellness during the coronavirus pandemic. If you use the famous app, find out what the platform offers.
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Is It Safe to Rent an Airbnb or Vacation Rental Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic?

Airbnb rentals have often been viewed as a more private and isolated alternative to hotels, but now that social distancing measures are being enforced, people are more likely to book a vacation home rental over a hotel room. Is it safe? Find out.
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Company Creates Masks Equipped With Zippers

A Texas company has come up with the perfect mask to be worn when venturing into restaurants and bars. The masks have a zipper for ease of drinking and eating.
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Lzzy Hale on Pandemic: 'Most of the Bands You Know and Love Won’t Make It out of This'

Halestorm singer Lzzy Hale is riding out the coronavirus like the rest of us, and she’s been speaking out on what she sees as dangerous decision-making when it comes to reopening entire states and local communities.
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Krispy Kreme Honoring 2020 High School and College Graduates With Free Dozen Donuts

While most graduation ceremonies are canceled this year amid the coronavirus pandemic, Krispy Kreme is doing their part to make sure the tradition is extra sweet for seniors.
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Green Day, Fall Out Boy, and Weezer Reschedule All North American 'Hella Mega' Tour Dates

Green Day, Weezer, and Fall Out Boy have announced that all North American dates for their upcoming HELLA MEGA tour have been pushed to 2021, delaying the set of stadium shows during the coronavirus pandemic.
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How to Help Those Who Are Unemployed During the Coronavirus Pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic continues to keep millions of Americans unemployed. As many people continue to be jobless, experts are sharing advice on how you can help them.
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