Coronavirus

More Younger People Are Getting Infected With COVID-19 as Cases Spike Again

States are seeing a surge in coronavirus cases, and this time, younger people are more at risk. Data shows younger people are accounting for more COVID-19 cases in what’s being called the second wave of the pandemic. Read more now.
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American Airlines to Begin Booking at Full Capacity in July

Fort Worth-based American Airlines says it will start booking flights to full capacity next week. The move comes as the United States sets records for new reported cases of the coronavirus.
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Coronavirus Hygiene, Distancing Lessons Could Lead to Lifetime of Health

Most of us are doing as medical professionals have asked in the battle against the coronavirus by wearing face coverings, adhering to physically distancing guidelines and maintaining good hygiene.
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U.S. Hits Highest Coronavirus Cases in a Single Day

The U.S. broke its record for highest coronavirus cases in a single day this week. On Wednesday, the country reported 45,557 positive cases of COVID-19, according to a tally by NBC News.
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Starbucks Barista Gets $21,000 in Tips After Refusing to Serve a Mask-less Customer

After refusing to serve a customer who wouldn’t wear a mask, one Starbucks employee is raking in the big bucks from Starbucks fans who support his decision. See the details.
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Chuck E. Cheese Parent Company Files for Bankruptcy

Chuck E. Cheese’s parent company, CEC Entertainment, announced Thursday it is filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, citing “financial strain” caused by closures due to coronavirus restrictions in recent months. Read on.
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Over a Million Deceased People Received Stimulus Checks Totaling $1.4 Billion

According to a government watchdog report released to Congress Thursday, more than a million dead people received COVID-19 stimulus payments totaling $1.4 billion.
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COVID Cases Are on the Rise — Look Out for These Less Commonly Reported Symptoms

While coronavirus has spread unpredictably throughout the world in 2020, reports of new, less common symptoms are adding to the confusion. These are some lesser known COVID-19 symptoms to look out for.
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Will a Second Stimulus Check Only Go to Those ‘Most in Need’?

Lawmakers are weighing several possibilities on how to best help taxpayers with another round of COVID relief. One option is to restrict direct payments to Americans who are ‘most in need,’ according to White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow.
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Coronavirus: Is It Safe to Use a Public Restroom?

As the United States begins to reopen during the COVID-19 pandemic, many may be wondering is it okay to use public spaces. Is it safe to use a public bathroom?
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