Coronavirus

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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Virus in Stomach, Digestive Tract Not a Cause for Concern Says Expert

A recent study suggests that the novel coronavirus can linger in the digestive tract even after the virus is no longer present in the lungs. See the details.
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Delta Flight Delayed 45 Minutes Over Woman's Refusal to Don Mask

he mother of Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan’s Chief of Staff Alexis Wiley was on a flight from Detroit to Los Angeles this weekend that sat at the gate for 45 minutes when a passenger refused to wear a mask.
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Photo Shows Kindergartner Being ‘Totally Over’ Virtual Learning

As children adjust to their new schedules of remote learning, many are becoming exhausted by the new format. A photo shows a kindergarten being ‘totally over’ remote learning.
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Wilmer Valderrama Gives 'NCIS' Fans an Important Update About Season 18

Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs and his team are back on the job-solving cases again soon. Wilmer Valderrama gave ‘NCIS’ fans an update about season 18.
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Partying Reported at Several Universities as College Football Returns

As more and more coronavirus cases come up at colleges across the country, students are getting in trouble for hosting parties during the pandemic.
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Family Claims They Were Kicked Off Southwest Flight After Toddler Removed His Mask

Jodi Degyansky said she was traveling from Fort Meyers, Florida to Chicago when she says her son was snacking without a face covering before the plane departed.
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Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in NYC Is Going Virtual

The annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City is going virtual amid the coronavirus pandemic. Mayor Bill de Blasio made the official announcement.
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Officials 'Strongly Recommend' Michigan State Students Self-Quarantine After COVID-19 Surge

The Ingham County Health Department is asking all Michigan State University students living in East Lansing to self-quarantine after hundreds of people affiliated with the school (mostly students) tested positive for COVID-19.
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Salvation Army Kicks Off Red Kettle Campaign Two Months Early to 'Rescue Christmas'

The Salvation Army is kicking off its annual Red Kettle campaign today, early due to the expected shortages brought on by coronavirus budget constraints
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