Coronavirus

This Theme Park Is Allowing Families to Rent It Out Entirely for Themselves

If the thought of battling crowds at a theme park amid the COVID is not your cup of tea, you now have another option. Beech Bend Amusement Park and Splash Lagoon in Bowling Green, Kentucky is allowing families to enjoy the space all to themselves.
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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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Things That Would Have Looked Ridiculous Before 2020 Happened

“Things That Would Have Looked Silly Before 2020 Happened” went viral as people posted photos of situations that would have never made sense if you saw them before the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Could Daylight Saving Be Extended During the COVID-19 Pandemic?

The U.S. may not “fall back” in November or “spring forward” next March if a new bill aimed at temporarily extending daylight saving time during the COVID-19 pandemic passes.
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Mexican Toilet Paper Hits U.S. Shelves Due to Pandemic Demand

American consumers are spotting new toilet paper brands in their local stores- Mexican toilet paper brands to be exact. Find out why U.S. retailers are importing foreign toilet paper 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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Maine Wedding Linked to Deaths of 7 People Who Weren't in Attendance

A coronavirus outbreak at a Maine wedding held in August has been linked to the deaths of at least seven individuals, none of whom attended the event. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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Bartender's Nose Broken After He Is Sucker-Punched by Customer Refusing to Wear Mask

A San Diego bartender was violently attacked over Labor Day weekend by a customer outraged by the bar’s mask policy. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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New 'Jeopardy!' Producer Ken Jennings Says Alex Trebek's Health Is Top Priority as Filming Resumes

Contestants will no longer get any one-on-one facetime with ‘Jeopardy!’ host Alex Trebek. The game show is implementing changes amid the coronavirus pandemic that will minimize Trebek’s interactions with contestants. Read more now.
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