coronavirus

Cirque du Soleil Files for Bankruptcy, Cuts 3,500 Jobs

On Monday, the producer of acrobatic entertainment shows announced it is filing for bankruptcy and seeking to restructure its debt with help from the Canadian government and private equity firms
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AMC Pushes Back Reopening United States Theaters by 2 Weeks to July 30

AMC Theatres has pushed back its U.S. reopening date to July 30 from July 10, the company announced due to the global coronavirus outbreak.
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Americans Remain Barred From Entering European Union for Non-Essential Travel

Travelers from the United States will remain barred from entering the European Union while coronavirus cases continue to rise throughout the globe.
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COVID-19 Cancel Your Summer Internship? Get Creative to Beef Up Your College Application

High school students often rely on summer internships, athletics, jobs or other learning opportunities to build their college applications — but many of those programs have been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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JFK Airport in NYC Opens 1st In-Airport COVID-19 Testing Site in the US

John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City has opened a COVID-19 testing site for its employees, making it the first airport in the country to do so.
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Nick Cordero's Wife Says He's in a 'Vicious ICU Dance Circle'

Nick Cordero’s wife, Amanda Kloots, took to Instagram on Sunday with an update on the Broadway star’s health, saying he’s been in a “vicious ICU dance circle.”
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Costco Halts Sales of Its Popular Half-Sheet Cake Amid Coronavirus Party Cancellations

If you’re shopping at Costco, don’t expect to find the half-sheet cakes anytime soon. In shocking move, the company announced it paused sales on the large cakes to focus on the 10-inch round cakes. Read on.
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28 Family Members Test Positive for Coronavirus, Including Father Who Died

A man from Los Angeles, California and his 27 relatives tested positive for coronavirus, including his father, who died from the deadly virus.
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Broadway Shows Canceled for Remainder of 2020

Broadway curtains will not be rising again in 2020. The Broadway League announced that performances in New York City will be suspended through the remainder of the year due to COVID-19.
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Coronavirus Cases Surpass 10 Million Worldwide

As of Sunday, coronavirus has infected more than 10 million people around the world, with nearly half a million deaths, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.
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