Coronavirus

7-Eleven Cancels Slurpee Day Amid Pandemic, Offers Drink Free Throughout July

Convenience store chain 7-Eleven announced Tuesday that it is canceling its annual Free Slurpee Day due to coronavirus concerns. This will be the first time since the tradition started in 2002 that the store has had to cancel.
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FDA Warns People About Spreading Coronavirus to Pets

The Food and Drug Administration warned people that research shows people can spread the coronavirus to their pets, with cats and ferrets apparently more at risk of contracting the virus from humans.
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Can Americans Expect a ‘Very Generous’ Second Stimulus Check?

On Monday, President Donald Trump strongly signaled the prospect of a ‘very generous’ stimulus check when he was asked whether he will give taxpayers a second COVID-19 relief package.
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Only 2 States Are Reporting a Decline in Coronavirus Cases

While states are continuing to reopen at varying degrees, only 2 out of all 50 are actually reporting a decline in coronavirus cases compared to last week: Connecticut and Rhode Island.
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Starbucks Barista Gets $21,000 in Tips After Refusing to Serve a Mask-less Customer

After refusing to serve a customer who wouldn’t wear a mask, one Starbucks employee is raking in the big bucks from Starbucks fans who support his decision. See the details.
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Under Armour Reveals Face Masks That Can Be Worn While Working Out

While we continue to social distance during the coronavirus pandemic, face masks have become the new normal. Under Armour just revealed face masks to wear while working out.
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More Younger People Are Getting Infected With COVID-19 as Cases Spike Again

States are seeing a surge in coronavirus cases, and this time, younger people are more at risk. Data shows younger people are accounting for more COVID-19 cases in what’s being called the second wave of the pandemic. Read more now.
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Americans Expected To Take 700 Million Trips This Summer Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

As coronavirus restrictions ease, more Americans are looking to travel, and to do so sooner rather than later. This summer, AAA forecasts Americans will take 700 million trips based on economic indicators and state re-openings. Read more now.
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COVID-19 Cancel Your Summer Internship? Get Creative to Beef Up Your College Application

High school students often rely on summer internships, athletics, jobs or other learning opportunities to build their college applications — but many of those programs have been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Americans Remain Barred From Entering European Union for Non-Essential Travel

Travelers from the United States will remain barred from entering the European Union while coronavirus cases continue to rise throughout the globe.
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