Coronavirus

How Hotels Are Changing to Keep Guests Safe Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic

In response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, hotels and resorts are implementing new safety protocols in order to keep customers and staff healthy.
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Is the Virus Changing? COVID-19 Symptoms Appearing Later Than Usual in Some New Patients

In a new cluster of cases in the northeast region of the country, doctors in China are seeing COVID-19 manifest differently than in the original outbreak in Wuhan.
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How to Properly Clean and Disinfect Your Glasses During the Pandemic

Glasses are our first line of defense against germs and other particles, and though we touch them frequently, we don’t clean them as much as we should. Read on to find out how you should disinfect your lenses and glasses.
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Disney World Partially Reopens to Lines After Blunt Warning to Customers

Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla. partially reopened on Wednesday morning, days after issuing a warning to fans and visitors of the risks of contracting COVID-19 inherent in all public spaces.
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Starbucks Reveals First Color-Changing Cup After Coronavirus Closures

Starbucks will be selling new color-changing cups later this month after COVID-19 closures. The cup is color-changing and you can see it right here on RADIO.COM
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You Can Finally Call the IRS About Your Stimulus Check

As stimulus checks are being sent to millions of people, many Americans still have unanswered questions about the status of their payments. The IRS has announced there is now a line taxpayers can call if they have questions about their checks.
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Death Angel Drummer Survives Coronavirus Coma: ‘I Don’t Think Satan’s Quite as Cool as I Used To’

Death Angel drummer Will Carroll spoke out about his terrifying experience with coronavirus including a dream where he met Satan will in a coma. Describing his experience, he said “I don’t think Satan’s quite as cool as I used to.”
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VA Asks Public for Donations for Homeless Veterans During Pandemic

The United States Department of Veterans Affairs is asking the public for donations for homeless veterans during the coronavirus pandemic. Here is how you can help.
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Mask Selfies on Instagram Are Being Used to Develop New Facial Recognition Tools

If you’ve posted a selfie wearing a face mask it could be being used without your consent. Researchers have been collecting thousands of face mask selfies directly from Instagram in order to develop the next generation of facial recognition tools.
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Instagram Launches Tool That Focuses on Mental Health, Wellness Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Instagram just launched a tool that focuses on mental health and wellness during the coronavirus pandemic. If you use the famous app, find out what the platform offers.
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