Coronavirus

Could the Financial Impacts of COVID-19 Last Until Late 2021?

The economic impacts of the coronavirus pandemic are being felt all over the country. In an interview with CBS’s ‘Face the Nation,’ Jerome Powell, chairman of the Federal Reserve said the effects of COVID-19 could ‘stretch’ well into 2021.
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Pedigree Is Hosting Virtual Dog Adoptions Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Are you lonely during the coronavirus pandemic? Pedigree, the company known for its dog food, is hosting dog adoptions via Zoom amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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Healthcare Providers Showing Signs of Burnout, PTSD

Recent studies show a significant percentage of frontline health care workers are exhibiting signs of burnout and even Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
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Now You Can Protect Yourself During COVID-19 Just Like DEVO, With Energy Dome Face Shields

’80s Alt-rock pioneers DEVO were not put on this Earth simply to help you “Whip It” good. They’re here to help you stay safe from the pandemic, too.
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Google Releases the Most Searched Drink Recipes by State

Google recently decided to release search results for the most searched cocktail recipes by state, and as it turns out, plenty of people are looking to spend this time intoxicated.
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Is It Safe to Go to the Beach This Summer? 6 Tips to Protect Yourself and Others

With summer fast approaching, people are looking to squeeze in some fun in the sun on the beach, but is it safe amid the coronavirus pandemic? Experts weighed in on how to enjoy the beach this summer. Read more.
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Twitter Debuts Emoji to Express Gratitude to Frontline Workers

Twitter has debuted an emoji that reflects this emotion, and appears whenever users type ’#thankful’ or ’#gratitude’ — a pair of hands forming the shape of a heart with orange rays radiating from it.
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Live Concert Streams to Watch During Coronavirus Crisis (Updating)

As concerts continue to be cancelled over coronavirus concerns, some artists are offering live concert streams to keep you connected at home. Here’s our updating list of what to watch.
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Second Stimulus Check Will Likely Be Approved: Report

The House is set to vote on a new $3 trillion coronavirus stimulus bill that seeks to provide additional financial benefits to Americans during the health pandemic including another round of $1,200 stimulus checks. Read more now.
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Men Less Likely to Wear Masks Because They Think It's 'Not Cool,' Study Finds

Men are less likely to wear face masks in public than women because they think it’s a ‘sign of weakness,’ according to a study done by Middlesex University London in the UK and the Mathematical Science Research Institute in Berkeley, California.
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