Coronavirus

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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Chuck E. Cheese Reveals the Locations of Restaurants Closing Permanently

Chuck E. Cheese has revealed the locations of the restaurants that will close permanently.The company filed for bankruptcy last month. Read on.
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Tom Hanks Says Doing One's Part Is 'So Simple' in First TV Interview Since Recovering From COVID-19

Tom Hanks knows firsthand the effects of coronavirus and gave his first television interview on the “Today” Show for his upcoming movie “Greyhound.”
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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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How to Keep Saving Money Once the Coronavirus Pandemic Ends

The COVID-19 virus has rapidly spread throughout the world while financially devastating almost 45 million unemployed Americans. Did you save your money during the pandemic?
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Millions View Video of Massive Lake Party Causing Concern About COVID-19 Spread

“Looks like a recipe for disaster,” reads a tweet, which now been viewed more than 10.5 million times. Video of a packed lake party in southwest Michigan has gone viral amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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ER Doctor: If You're Socializing, You're Vulnerable to COVID-19

The COVID-19 virus has rapidly spread throughout the world, but it is not over yet. An ER doctor said if you are socializing, you are vulnerable to COVID-19.
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Florida Shatters Single-Day Record for New Coronavirus Cases

Florida surpassed its record for coronavirus cases over the holiday weekend, reporting over 11,000 new cases of COVID-19 on Independence Day.
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Woman Used Her Stimulus Check to Make 400 Lasagnas for Her Neighbors

Many people have used their stimulus checks for paying bills and living costs, but one woman in Washington is doing something unique. She used her check to make lasagna.
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Students Throwing 'COVID Parties,' Putting Money in a Pot to See Who Gets Infected First

While most of the world is taking proper precautions to avoid contracting COVID-19, officials in Tuscaloosa, Alabama say some students are purposefully trying to infect each other by throwing “coronavirus parties.” Read more now.
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