coronavirus

Why Temperature Checks in Schools May Not Be Effective in Stopping Spread of COVID-19

Body temperature checks have been seen as an advanced way to help curtail the transmission of COVID, but some medical experts are warning they may not be effective and could be giving parents, teachers and students a false sense of security.
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100,000 Restaurants Have Closed Since the Start of Pandemic in March: Survey

According to a survey by the National Restaurant Association, close to 100,000 eateries have shuttered either permanently or for a long-term basis.
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US Outlines Plans to Roll Out Free COVID-19 Vaccines for All Americans

The federal government has outlined plans that will make a coronavirus vaccine available for free to all Americans. Learn when and how the vaccine campaign is expected to launch on RADIO.COM.
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Jude Law Said 'Contagion' Consultants Warned Him Real-Life Pandemic Was 'Matter of When, Not If'

Jude Law, who starred in the 2011 film about a worldwide pandemic ‘Contagion,’ said on-set consultants told him that a real-life pandemic was a matter of ‘when, not if.’ Read more now.
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Middle Ground on Second Stimulus Check? Why New Proposal Could Be ‘Very Meaningful’

After weeks of delays and lengthy negotiations, a new proposal may have brought Americans closer than ever to a second stimulus check. Learn about the proposal on RADIO.COM.
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Paul Rudd's New 'Wear a Mask' PSA Embraces His Inner-Millennial

Paul Rudd’s new COVID-19 mask PSA could make even a millennial cringe, but that’s exactly the point. The 51-year-old seemingly ageless “Ant-Man” star mimics the young while appealing to them at the same time.
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Doctor Shares the 'Best Bet' to Beat COVID-19 This Fall

While experts express concern about a potential second wave of coronavirus cases, some physicians are urging the public to take one simple step that could manage the spread of COVID-19 this fall.
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Remote Learning Overwhelms Some Teachers With Large Virtual Classes

While online learning has proven to be a good alternative to in-person classes amid the coronavirus pandemic, some teachers are finding themselves overwhelmed with class sizes sometimes as large as 50-100 students.
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Is it Safe to Trick-or-Treat This Halloween Amid the Pandemic?

With the coronavirus pandemic continuing to spread around the country, many are wondering if Halloween is canceled this year? There are steps that parents can take to make activities like trick-or-treating safer for their little ones.
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Extra $300 Weekly Unemployment Benefits to Run Out After 6 Weeks

Jobless Americans looking to receive the extra $300 in weekly unemployment insurance benefits will see the temporary aid run out after six weeks.
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