Coronavirus

Company Announces At-Home Coronavirus Tests Will Be Available on March 23

You’ll soon be able to test for the coronavirus from the comforts of your own home. Everlywell has launched the first-ever at-home COVID-19 testing kit that will become available to the public starting Monday, March 23. Read more.
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Coronavirus

Coronavirus Predictions Are 'Wildly High,' UCSF Professor Argues

The high-end models are based on past epidemics without those controls, he said.
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Quarantine cakes

'Quarantine Cakes' Now Available At SF Bakery

The cakes are available for no-contact delivery in San Francisco as well as parts of the Peninsula and East Bay.
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Film crew

Adult Film Industry Shuts Down Due To Coronavirus

They're under a production hold.
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CDC Warns Coronavirus Can Also Be Serious for Younger Adults

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread, younger Americans should not take this lightly. A new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reveals that younger adults are also at risk.
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Condoms

Condom Shortage Could Lead To Coronavirus Baby Boom

According to experts...
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Burger King Offering Free Kids Meals Through April 6th Amidst Coronavirus Pandemic

Burger King has launched a new deal that will make parents and children that are cooped up inside the house during the coronavirus pandemic equally as happy. Find out how to get your daily free kids meal now.
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Coronavirus: Is It Safe to Shop for Groceries?

With coronavirus restrictions and shelter-in-place orders sweeping through the country, a trip to the grocery store may be imperative soon. So is your health. Here are some tips for how to safely buy groceries during a coronavirus quarantine.
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Gal Gadot Recruits Will Ferrell, Natalie Portman, and More for At-Home 'Imagine' Cover

Wonder Woman has arrived to lift our spirits. Gal Gadot has assembled an all-star group of artists and actors to cover John Lennon’s “Imagine,” in an effort to show we’re all in this together.
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Filming of 'Friends' Reunion Special Delayed Because of Coronavirus: Report

The much-anticipated “Friends” reunion special from HBO Max was supposed to start filming this month, but it is now delayed because of the potentially-deadly virus, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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