coronavirus

Disneyland Reaches Agreement With Unions on Park Reopening Protocols: Report

Disneyland and unions representing over 11,000 theme park cast members have reached an agreement. The union agreement details plans to bring employees back to work amid the coronavirus pandemic. Read more.
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‘The Bachelorette’ Is Set to Resume Production in a Quarantined Location

After shutting down in mid-March due to the coronavirus pandemic, season 16 of “The Bachelorette” is set to resume production shortly. The ABC series will film from an undisclosed isolated location for the duration of the season.
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236 People Got Coronavirus After Attending Oregon Church Services During Lockdown

Oregon’s largest coronavirus outbreak has been associated with church services that were being held in the northeastern area of the state during lockdown.
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17 Teens Test Positive for Coronavirus After Trip to Myrtle Beach

After a group of teens from Ohio took a trip to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, more than a dozen returned home with coronavirus. Find out how the small town is reacting and what health officials are saying.
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IHOP Made Its Menu Smaller to ‘Simplify Operations’ During Coronavirus

The global coronavirus outbreak has left restaurants across the country in a position where businesses don’t know what will happen next. IHOP just made its menu smaller to ‘simplify operations.’
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Patrick Dempsey Encourages Fans to Wear Face Masks Using Iconic 'Grey's Anatomy' Quote

Patrick Dempsey briefly revived Dr. Derek Shepard to encourage fans of ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ to do their part in curbing the spread of coronavirus by wearing face masks. See the iconic quote he used now.
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‘COVID-19 Baby Bust’ Expected to Hit the United States

New studies show that babies born in the United States are expected to fall sharply due to the global COVID-19 outbreak. Researchers say there will be a ‘COVID-19 baby bust.’
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Mom Gives Free Books to Kids to Help Prevent ‘Corona Summer Slide’

A mother in Cleveland, Ohio wants to help out students this summer. She is giving free books to children to help prevent the ‘corona summer slide.’
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Is the ‘25 to 34 Age Group’ to Blame for Florida’s Coronavirus Surge?

A dramatic surge in Florida coronavirus cases has officials wondering who precisely is to blame for the state’s high new numbers. During a Sunday press conference, Gov. Ron DeSantis pitted the uptick in infections on younger residents.
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8 Fun and Creative Activities to Celebrate Fourth of July at Home

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, your Fourth of July celebrations might look a little different this year, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun in your home and backyard. Here are some creative ideas!
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