COVID-19

Public Transit and Coronavirus: How to Stay Safe During Your Commute

While the coronavirus pandemic still continues, many will eventually have to return to normal life. Experts now weigh in on how you can stay safe while commuting on public transportation.
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Woman Hosts Pandemic Parties Using Plastic Pods for Social Distancing

A woman in New York City thought of a smart way for people to socialize while social distancing. She hosts pandemic parties while people stay in plastic pods.
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Wearing Face Masks Could Prevent Second Wave of Coronavirus: Study

Since mid-March, Americans have been advised to wear face masks while in public to help stop the spread of coronavirus. And a new study has found wearing masks and/or face coverings are key to avoiding a second wave of COVID-19.
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21-Year-Old College Student Among 24,000 Told to Pay Back Unemployment Benefits

Unemployment benefits have offered some relief to the millions of Americans who have lost their jobs amid the coronavirus pandemic. But 24,000 people in Ohio have found themselves having to pay back portions of their benefits.
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Some COVID Rates on the Rise Amid Reopenings — What Phase Is Your State In?

As the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the United States has surpassed one million people, many individuals are wondering when local leaders will relax stay-at-home restrictions. Find out when your state plans to reopen amid COVID-19.
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Summer Is Here and Your Mask Is Sweaty: Here's What to Do About It

As summer approaches, it may be hot, and you may get sweaty. Here is what you can do if your mask gets sweaty while you are outside. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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Up to 25,000 Retail Stores May Permanently Close in 2020

While stay-at-home orders are being lifted and stores are starting to reopen, it may be too late to save a number of brick-and-mortar shops. As many as 25,000 retail stores across the country could permanently shutter by the end of the year.
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23andMe Reveals That Blood Type May Determine Susceptibility to Coronavirus

Your blood type may determine how susceptible you are to coronavirus, according to a preliminary study from 23andMe, the genetic testing service. Find out which blood types are more likely to contract the virus based on the initial study.
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Dogs Can Learn to Detect COVID-19 by Sniffing Armpits: Study

A new study claims dogs could be very helpful in detecting the virus in patients. According to the study, dogs can be trained to spot COVID-19 by sniffing armpits.
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Wendy’s Beef Supply Is Back to ‘Near-Normal Levels’ After Pulling Burgers Due to Meat Shortages

After Wendy’s pulled burgers from the menu of some of their restaurants amid meat shortages due to the coronavirus pandemic, the chain announced they are almost back to their regular supply levels of beef.
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