Coronavirus

Is Disneyland Resort about to open part of its theme parks to the public?

After closing its doors at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, Disneyland Resort’s theme parks will partially reopen to the public later in November.
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Should you blow out birthday candles during COVID-19? Here's what the experts say

There was a time when no one would think twice about blowing out birthday candles, but the coronavirus pandemic has made people much more conscious about how germs spread. Should the tradition be retired? Find out.
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How regularly should you get tested for COVID-19?

Have you wondered what the COVID-19 nasal swab test is like? Here’s how often you should be getting a COVID-19 test during the pandemic. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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Burger King encourages customers to eat at McDonald's amid coronavirus lockdowns

Burger King is putting aside its ‘beef’ with McDonald’s and playing nice with other fast food franchises. The burger chain encouraged customers to dine at competitor chains as the UK goes into a second lockdown amid COVID. Read on.
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Why 'Stranger Things' season 4 is 'better than ever' following pandemic delays

’Stranger Things’ is one of the shows that had to halt production of its fourth season due to the coronavirus pandemic, but it may just have played out in the show’s favor. Find out why it’s being called the best season yet.
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Are outdoor dining bubbles safe? Experts weigh in

When the coronavirus pandemic hit, restaurants found themselves shuttered, hoping to help flatten the curve. Now, they’re finding creative ways to keep the customers coming while maintaining a degree of safety.
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Burger King and Popeyes drive-thrus will soon be able to predict your order

The future has arrived at Burger King, Popeyes and Tim Horton. Plans to upgrade drive-thrus at over 10,000 restaurants will make your experience faster, and in some cases, may even predict what you want. Read more about it!
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Don't expect many trick-or-treaters this Halloween, survey finds

The National Opinion Research Center at the University of Chicago surveyed a little over 1,000 people across the country, and found that just 12-percent of households plan on trick-or-treating, down from 24-percent last year. Read more now.
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Couple celebrates 70th wedding anniversary after surviving COVID

A couple from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary after they both recovered from COVID-19. Read the heartwarming story on RADIO.COM.
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Pet surrenders on the rise due to ongoing pandemic

While animal adoptions have increased during quarantine, some longtime pet owners are finding it impossible to maintain their four-legged friends. Read more below!
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