Coronavirus

How to Save on Your Cell Phone Bill During Coronavirus

All the extra time you’ve been spending on your phone while in quarantine texting friends and family, Facetiming, browsing the web, and checking social media could be costing you unnecessarily. Find out how to save now!
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Survey Finds 60% of Americans Think COVID-19 Changed the Way We Work for the Better

Are you a fan of working from home or do you hate it? That’s what companies are trying to find out in the post-coronavirus world. The new survey reveals most people enjoy new working conditions. Read on now.
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2020 Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest to Be Held at Private Location Without Fans

Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest, the Fourth of July tradition at New York’s Coney Island, will go on this year, but with a few adjustments. The contest will be held in a private location and with no fans in attendance, reports TMZ.
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Will Restaurants Start Asking About Your Health Before You Can Dine In?

As restaurants around the country return to business following months of coronavirus shutdowns, the health and safety of staff and patrons is the top priority. Find out which tools are being rolled out now to help customers.
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Public Transit and Coronavirus: How to Stay Safe During Your Commute

While the coronavirus pandemic still continues, many will eventually have to return to normal life. Experts now weigh in on how you can stay safe while commuting on public transportation.
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Did the Coronavirus Pandemic Give You FOGO, the Fear of Going Out?

If you’ve ever fallen victim to FOMO, this new trend may be completely uncharted territory for you. Introducing the coronavirus-induced FOGO - the fear of going out.
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Wearing Face Masks Could Prevent Second Wave of Coronavirus: Study

Since mid-March, Americans have been advised to wear face masks while in public to help stop the spread of coronavirus. And a new study has found wearing masks and/or face coverings are key to avoiding a second wave of COVID-19.
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Coachella and Stagecoach Festivals Officially Cancelled for 2020

Goldenvoice, the company behind both Coachella and Stagecoach, has been in close communication with health officials about the future for the festivals.
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21-Year-Old College Student Among 24,000 Told to Pay Back Unemployment Benefits

Unemployment benefits have offered some relief to the millions of Americans who have lost their jobs amid the coronavirus pandemic. But 24,000 people in Ohio have found themselves having to pay back portions of their benefits.
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Shoppers Arrested for Fighting Over Social Distancing Floor Arrows in Goodwill

Two shoppers were arrested on Wednesday after a physical dispute over one-way directional arrows set up to encourage social distancing in a Tampa-area Goodwill, according to court documents.
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