COVID-19

Man Asks ‘Did I Miss Anything?’ After Emerging From 75-Day Isolated Retreat

It’s impossible to ignore what’s happening in our world, but one man did just that when he embarked on a 75-day isolated silent retreat in March and returned to a world with coronavirus and protests against police brutality. Read on.
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Tear Gas Could Increase Spread of Coronavirus Among Protesters, Experts Say

As crowds gather protesting amid a pandemic, some of the demonstrations have resulted in tear gas being used to disperse protestors. Experts warn its use could further the spread of coronavirus.
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Another 1.9 Million Americans Filed for Unemployment Last Week

Despite businesses beginning to reopen, nearly 1.9 million Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week. Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic in mid-March, over 42 million Americans have filed for unemployment benefits.
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National Parks Have Started Reopening Following Coronavirus Closures: Here's What to Know

As stay-at-home orders begin getting lifted around the country, national parks are slowly beginning to open back up to visitors looking to take in some scenic sights. Here are the latest updates from the national parks! Read now.
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Bakery Giving Away Over 1,000 Cakes to Seniors Missing Graduation Parties

The coronavirus pandemic has put a lot of milestone events on hold for many across the country. A bakery in Minnesota is giving away over 1,000 cakes to seniors missing graduation parties.
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Do's and Don'ts of Hugging During a Pandemic

If you miss hugging your friends and loved ones, you’re not alone. Many people who have been social distancing for months are craving physical affection. Here’s how to hug safely amid the pandemic!
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100-Year-Old Coronavirus Survivors Reveal the Secrets to a Long and Healthy Life

What’s the secret to longevity? Several 100-year-old and above coronavirus survivors, who also lived through World Wars and the Great Depression, reveal their secrets. Read more now.
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Fitbit Gets Emergency FDA Approval for a 'Low-Cost' Ventilator Amid Coronavirus

Fitbit is helping with the fight against coronavirus. The company, known for its wearable health trackers and smart watches, will design ventilators to ease with the shortage brought out by the imminent health crisis. Read on.
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Back in Business: All the Las Vegas Casinos Which Have Reopened

After being forced to shut down for more than two months in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus, some Nevada casinos began operating on Thursday.
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Woman Recreates Airport Experience Inside Home After Vacation Plans Get Canceled

A woman had to cancel her birthday trip due to the coronavirus. She got creative and recreated her entire vacation at home in a viral video.
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