COVID-19

McDonald’s to Bring Back Some Items That Were Cut During the Pandemic

McDonald’s has seen its fair share of changes lately because of the global coronavirus outbreak. The famous fast food chain cut items due to COVID-19, but only a few are returning.
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How to Care for a Pet You Adopted During the COVID-19 Pandemic

When animal shelters tried to find foster homes for pets during the coronavirus pandemic, volunteers across the United States were interested. Here is how you can foster or adopt a pet during this global crisis.
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What Summer Camps Will Look Like Amid Coronavirus

As states continue to reopen, many are allowing summer camps to begin operating amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemics.To calm fears and keep everyone healthy, camps are putting in new protocols that will alter the way many looked like in the past.
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Why Bike Riding Has Become More Popular During the Coronavirus Pandemic

After months of quarantine and social distancing, many of us still remain cautious when going outside. Why is bike riding popular during the coronavirus pandemic?
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FDA Warns About Use of Some Hand Sanitizers

The Food and Drug Administration is warning about the use of certain hand sanitizers made in Mexico. See which hand sanitizers could potentially be bad for you.
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How to Save on Your Cell Phone Bill During Coronavirus

All the extra time you’ve been spending on your phone while in quarantine texting friends and family, Facetiming, browsing the web, and checking social media could be costing you unnecessarily. Find out how to save now!
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Survey Finds 60% of Americans Think COVID-19 Changed the Way We Work for the Better

Are you a fan of working from home or do you hate it? That’s what companies are trying to find out in the post-coronavirus world. The new survey reveals most people enjoy new working conditions. Read on now.
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FDA Warns People About Spreading Coronavirus to Pets

The Food and Drug Administration warned people that research shows people can spread the coronavirus to their pets, with cats and ferrets apparently more at risk of contracting the virus from humans.
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Gym Reveals Individual Workout ‘Pods’ for People to Exercise Safely Without Face Masks

Would you work out in a pod at the gym to keep safe? A California gym just revealed individual workout ‘pods’ for people to exercise safely without face masks.
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Will Restaurants Start Asking About Your Health Before You Can Dine In?

As restaurants around the country return to business following months of coronavirus shutdowns, the health and safety of staff and patrons is the top priority. Find out which tools are being rolled out now to help customers.
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