Coronavirus

Data Reveals Deodorant Sales Are Dropping, and Ice Cream Sales Are on the Rise

Quarantine has been tough on everyone, for a number of reasons, but as it continues people are beginning to change their daily habits in some not so appealing ways. New data shows deodorant sales are dropping, while ice cream sales are on the rise.
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Newlyweds Among Several Positive for COVID-19 After Defying Health Orders to Hold Wedding

It appears there won’t be further action against the Catholic Archdiocese of San Francisco after a wedding at one of its churches violated the city’s health orders and sickened several guests, including the bride and groom.
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‘Jeopardy!’ and ‘Wheel of Fortune’ to Resume Production With New Sets for Social Distancing

“Jeopardy!” & “Wheel of Fortune” are ramping up to begin filming and have altered their look in order to ensure the health and safety of contestants and staff.
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McDonald’s Will Permanently Close 200 Locations Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

McDonald’s has announced it will permanently shutter approximately 200 restaurants across the United States. The closures come as the burgen chain has seen its lowest quarterly profits in 13 years.
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Disney World Delays Reopening Some Hotels and Resorts

Walt Disney World is postponing the reopening of several hotels and resorts in Orlando, Florida. While the theme park opened July 11th, some hotels have remained closed.
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Airline Will Pay Your Medical and Funeral Costs if You Catch COVID-19 While Traveling

Emirates, the state-owned airlines of the United Arab Emirates, has pledged to cover the medical, quarantine and funeral costs of any passengers diagnosed with COVID-19 while traveling.
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6 Tips to Boost Your Child's Mental Health During COVID-19

Educating kids about COVID-19 without scaring them into nightmares can be tricky, but parents need to have serious conversations with their children to keep them safe and calm. Here are tips to boost your child’s mental health.
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Nurses Describe the Mental Toll of Working on the Front Lines of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Since the coronavirus pandemic hit the United States in March, nurses around the country have shared their harrowing stories. Now more are opening up about the mental toll of the pandemic.
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Disney World Bans Face Masks With Holes, Mesh or Valves

The most magical place in the country is releasing new rules to keep guests and cast members safe during the coronavirus pandemic. Disney World just banned face masks with holes, mesh or valves.
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Mother With Cancer Surprised With Wig Made From Her Friends’ Hair

Like most people across the country, Dana McSwain was working full-time and taking care of her two young daughters during the coronavirus pandemic. The mother with cancer was surprised with a wig that was made of her friends’ hair.
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