Coronavirus

Thousands of People Volunteer to Be Infected With Coronavirus for Science

As coronavirus infects millions of people around the world, thousands of people who have thus far escaped the virus are volunteering to be infected in the name of finding a vaccine.
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The #TinyFaceChallenge Is the Latest Quarantine Trend

Those who are skilled in the makeup world are taking to social media with the latest quarantine trend called the #TinyFace challenge. See the hilarious results.
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Universal Orlando’s CityWalk Reopens Today

Fans of Universal CityWalk in Orlando won’t have to wait any longer to return to the complex. After closing nearly two months ago due to the pandemic, the venue reopens Thursday with limited operations and new guidelines.
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How Does Coronavirus Affect Your Taxes?

While funds are essential to Americans hit by the COVID-19 crisis, there are still tax ramifications for different forms of relief that people are tapping to stay afloat during the pandemic.
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Can Employees Refuse to Work and Still Receive Unemployment Benefits Amid COVID-19?

As more employees have to return to work during the pandemic, many are wondering if they are required to risk their safety, and how their choice impacts their unemployment eligibility.
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Meat, Milk, and Egg Prices Hit Largest Increase in 46 Years

As people flock to grocery stores amid the pandemic, prices of certain essential items - like milk, eggs, meat, and cereal - have skyrocketed. See the details.
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5 Powerful Stories From Nurses on the Front Lines of COVID-19

To show appreciation for the sacrifices they’ve made during coronavirus, these are remarkable stories of nurses who’ve fought on the front lines of the deadly pandemic.
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Twitter Will Allow Employees to Work From Home Forever

In an email to staff, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said workers whose functions do not require in-person operations would be able to continue to work remotely indefinitely.
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10-Year-Old Creates Plastic 'Hug Curtain' to Be Able to Embrace Grandparents

People still need to social distance, which means physical contact with family and friends can be hard during the coronavirus crisis. A 10-year-old girl created a plastic curtain to be able to hug her grandparents.
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Hand Sanitizers Are Selling Out, But You Can Still Buy These Brands Online

Experts are still learning more about the spread of COVID-19, but continuously say that it is essential to wash and sanitize your hands. Hand sanitizers are selling out, but these brands you can buy online.
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