coronavirus

Americans Expected To Take 700 Million Trips This Summer Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

As coronavirus restrictions ease, more Americans are looking to travel, and to do so sooner rather than later. This summer, AAA forecasts Americans will take 700 million trips based on economic indicators and state re-openings. Read more now.
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Man Becomes Homeless While Waiting for COVID-19 Unemployment Claim

A delay in receiving unemployment benefits led to a Nevada man being forced to live on the streets. The Las Vegas resident was approved to begin getting Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA), but weeks went by without receiving any money.
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Coronavirus Cases May Be 10 Times Higher Than Reported: CDC Chief

Coronavirus infection rates in the U.S. may be 10 times as high as the 2.4 million confirmed cases currently supposed, according to the head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
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More Younger People Are Getting Infected With COVID-19 as Cases Spike Again

States are seeing a surge in coronavirus cases, and this time, younger people are more at risk. Data shows younger people are accounting for more COVID-19 cases in what’s being called the second wave of the pandemic. Read more now.
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Will There Be a Second Stimulus Check? 3 Important Dates to Know

Chatter about a second wave of stimulus relief payments for Americans picked up when President Donald Trump seemed to confirm a ‘generous’ payment. But is it happening? These dates may provide some clarity about what to expect.
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Patrons Urged to Quarantine After Roughly 85 Coronavirus Cases Linked to Michigan Bar

Health officials are urging people who visited a bar in East Lansing, Michigan to self-quarantine after an uptick in new COVID-19 cases linked to the establishment.
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Tesla Workers Reportedly Fired After Being Told They Could Stay Home Amid COVID-19

Two former Tesla employees claim they were fired despite being told they could stay home over fears of contracting coronavirus. The fired employees believe they have been targeted by the company for speaking out about working conditions at the plant.
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Nick Cordero’s Wife Says He Has a ‘New Infection’ and Is ‘Profoundly Weak’

Nick Cordero’s recovery from coronavirus complications continues to have its ups and downs. Cordero’s wife, Amanda Kloots, has revealed the Broadway actor suffered a “new infection” but is “relatively stable.
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Florida Bans Alcohol in Bars After Surge in COVID-19 Cases

In light of the overwhelming surge of new COVID-19 cases, the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation has announced it will ban alcohol consumption in its bars.
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Starbucks Barista Gets $21,000 in Tips After Refusing to Serve a Mask-less Customer

After refusing to serve a customer who wouldn’t wear a mask, one Starbucks employee is raking in the big bucks from Starbucks fans who support his decision. See the details.
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