coronavirus

Can College Students Get a Stimulus Check?

While over 80 million Americans have received their stimulus checks via direct deposit already, many college students are wondering if they’ll be among those receiving money soon.
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What Should You Do If You Can't Pay Rent During the Pandemic?

With many laid off, furloughed, taking pay cuts, or unable to go to work, people are finding it difficult to wrap their heads around their first-of-the-month rent payments. So what should you do if you find yourself unable to pay up?
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Students Reluctant to Commit to College as Coronavirus Strains Finances; Fall Enrollment Drops

The coronavirus pandemic has upended college life. Some incoming college freshmen are opting to study closer to home in the fall. Others are putting off college altogether.
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Poll: Most Americans Won’t Attend Concerts Until There’s a Coronavirus Vaccine

A new Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll shows that a majority of Americans prefer to stay home rather than attending concerts, movie theaters, sporting events, and amusement parks without a COVID-19 vaccine in place.
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Broadway Actor Nick Cordero, Who Had Leg Amputated Over Coronavirus, Develops Lung Infection

Tony-nominated actor Nick Cordero, who had his right leg amputated earlier this month after contracting coronavirus, went into septic shock Monday, his wife Amanda Kloots said.
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Pug in North Carolina Believed to Be First Dog to Test Positive for Coronavirus in U.S.

A North Carolina pug has tested positive for COVID-19 and is believed to be the first dog in the United States to contract the virus. The adorable pup name Winston was tested alongside his family as part of a Duke University study.
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Eerie Footage Shows Hundreds of Planes Parked in Desert Amid Coronavirus Cancellations

An amateur pilot flew over a desert airport where ‘over 400’ airplanes are being stored due to massive cancellations brought on by the coronavirus pandemic. He called the footage a ‘unique moment in history.’ Watch now.
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Oprah, Julia Roberts Among Celebrities Joining Together For 'Call To Unite' Coronavirus Fundraiser

Celebrities come together for a 24-hour long livestream of hope coronavirus fundraiser starting Friday night, May 1st. It’s called the “Call To Unite” and it’s the brainchild of Special Olympics CEO Tim Shriver.
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How Will Social Distancing Affect Summer Camps and Pools?

How will coronavirus affect your summer? The thought has crossed all of our minds at some point another, but it’s a real concern for parents who rely on summer camps to keep their children occupied. Find out what Dr. John Torres had to say.
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FDA Wants Manufacturers to Make Hand Sanitizer Taste ‘Bitter and Less Appealing’

The FDA wants to prevent people, specifically children, from eating or drinking hand sanitizer by calling on manufacturers to make is taste less appealing and more bitter. Read on for more.
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