Coronavirus

Florida Schools Ordered to Reopen Next Month Amid Rise in COVID-19

Despite a spike in coronavirus cases, Florida schools will reopen for in-person teaching next month. Florida Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran issued the order mandating their reopening to students.
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Woman Suspected of Deliberately Coughing in Toddler's Face Loses Her Teaching Job

A woman suspected of intentionally coughing on a baby at a San Jose frozen yogurt shop has lost her job with the Oak Grove School District. She was a teacher.
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Is it Safe to Invite Your Friends to Swim in Your Pool During COVID-19 Pandemic?

The coronavirus pandemic has caused summer fun to look a little different this year. With the warm weather upon us, should you invite your friends to swim in your pool?
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Florida Governor Has ‘No Doubt’ Disney World Reopening Will Be a Safe Environment

While Florida continues to see a spike in new cases of COVID-19, Governor Ron DeSantis believes Walt Disney World’s reopening will be a safe environment.
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Dunkin' Closing 450 Locations by the End of the Year

Dunkin’ is gearing up to shut down 450 locations by the end of the year. The closures will affect all stores located in Speedway gas stations, a partnership Dunkin’ announced it was terminating back in February. Read more!
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Did Coronavirus Quarantine Raise the Risk of Vitamin D Deficiency?

After spending months indoors, experts want the public to get out and get some sun to avoid a potential Vitamin D deficiency. Find out what depleted levels might mean and what experts are suggesting.
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Woman Gives Birth to Triplets After Surviving COVID-19

Maggie Sillero’s pregnancy was a struggle when she welcomed triplets into the world. The mother from Houston, Texas gave birth after surviving COVID-19.
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Economist Predicts U.S. Recovery Is Unlikely Before 2022

The impacts of the coronavirus pandemic could be felt for some time in the United States, according to an economist who has been recognized for his accurate predictions in the past.
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Stimulus Checks Prevented Over 12 Million Americans From Poverty: Study

Coronavirus relief in the form of a stimulus package passed by Congress in March saved around 12.5 million Americans from sinking below the poverty line, a new study says.
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Harvard Will Hold All Classes Remotely for 2020-21 School Year With No Change in Tuition

Students at Harvard University will be feeling the effects of coronavirus going into the fall semester as the Ivy League school announced that all of its classes would be held remotely. Read more now.
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