Coronavirus

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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6 Mistakes to Avoid at Restaurants When They Reopen

As more and more businesses begin to reopen after being shuttered due to the coronavirus pandemic, many are left wondering what the proper etiquette is if you want to remain safe while visiting your favorite local spots.
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AMC Theatres Reverses Course, Will Require Face Masks When Locations Reopen in July

The world’s biggest movie theater chain may be on the verge of collapse. AMC Theatres says they have “substantial doubt” they will be able to remain in business after shutting cinemas across the country in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
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3 Items to Have on Hand to Protect Against COVID-19

As coronavirus-led lockdowns have begun to relax across parts of the country, many are left wondering how they can continue to protect themselves against the virus if they begin to re-enter “normal” life. See the details.
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Kid Rock's Nashville Bar Faces Suspension After Violating Social Distance Rules

This week upon officially re-opening for Phase-2 of the city’s COVID-19 response, the beer permit for Kid Rock’s Nashville watering hole, as well as two others on the Downtown strip, were quickly suspended for violating social distancing guidelines.
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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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2020 Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest to Be Held at Private Location Without Fans

Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest, the Fourth of July tradition at New York’s Coney Island, will go on this year, but with a few adjustments. The contest will be held in a private location and with no fans in attendance, reports TMZ.
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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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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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