COVID-19

Coronavirus Survivor Receives $840,000 Medical Bill for Treatment

A Colorado native just spent several weeks in the hospital after beating and fighting COVID-19. The coronavirus survivor just received a $840,000 bill for his treatment.
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Person Who Partied at Lake of the Ozarks Tests Positive for Coronavirus

An individual who spent Memorial Day weekend partying in Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri has contracted COVID-19. Videos of crowds packed into pools and bars without practicing social distancing or wearing masks went viral earlier in the week.
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Wearing a Face Mask at Home May Limit Coronavirus Spread: Study

A new study suggests wearing a face mask inside your residence can help stop the spread of COVID-19 by 79%.The study, published by BMJ Global Health, found that the practice was most effective if started prior to feeling any coronavirus symptoms.
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Gov. Newsom's Project Roomkey opened 3 homeless shelters in Sacramento

As part of Governor Newsom's Project Roomkey program, Sacramento converted three motels into temporary homeless shelters.
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Mall of America in Minnesota Postpones June 1st Reopening

The Mall of America announced they have postponed their previously scheduled reopening on June 1st. The delay was due to community unrest in the aftermath of the death of George Floyd.
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Is It Safe to Go to Hair Salons as They Begin to Reopen?

The days of cutting your own hair are coming to an end as non-essential businesses, like hair salons, are slowly opening back up, but many are wondering whether or not it’s safe to go. Find out now.
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7-Year-Old Throws Prom for His Babysitter After Hers Was Canceled Due to Coronavirus

After Rachel Chapman’s high school prom in North Carolina was canceled due to the coronavirus, the adorable seven-year-old she babysits decided to organize his own mini-celebration for her in his backyard.
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Frontline Nurse Reconnects with Firefighter Who Saved Her Life 37 Years Ago

A nurse working on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic finally reunited with the NYC firefighter who pulled her out of a burning building nearly forty years ago.
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10-Year-Old Uses Money Saved Up for Disneyland Trip to Feed Nurses, Docs Amid COVID-19 Crisis

With a trip to Disneyland out of the picture due to the pandemic, a 10 year-old from California decided to use her hard-earned money for the trip to feed doctors and nurses.
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1 in 5 Teachers Unlikely to Return When Schools Reopen in the Fall: Poll

Most people across the country expect schools to reopen in the fall, but a new poll found a handful of teachers, and students will likely not return.
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