coronavirus

Second stimulus check: Will a $1,200 direct payment be issued in October?

Lawmakers continue to discuss a new COVID-19 relief deal and whether Americans will receive a second round of stimulus checks. Will you get a $1,200 direct payment in October?
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Easier, faster and cheaper COVID-19 test becoming available worldwide

The World Health Organization is rolling out a new test that can show whether someone has the virus in about 15 minutes. The rapid antigen test is as simple as spitting on a piece of paper and waiting for it to change color.
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Rock and metal bands are starting to cancel 2021 shows due to COVID-19

COVID-19 continues to seal the fate of rock and metal bands hoping to get back on tour early next year, as two groups have nixed plans to perform.
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Will Americans have to wear face masks after a vaccine? Dr. Fauci weighs in

Almost half a year into the pandemic, wearing face masks has almost become second nature. But is mask-wearing here to stay? Experts weighed in and they seem to think there are more pros than cons. Find out more.
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Disney pushes back more movies to 2021 including 'Black Widow,' 'West Side Story' amid pandemic

Disney’s highly-anticipated movies won’t be hitting the big screen anytime soon. The company has once again delayed several of their releases in an attempt to navigate the new moviegoing reality during the pandemic. Read more now.
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Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine enters late-stage trial testing

Johnson & Johnson, a COVID-19 vaccine candidate, just began Phase 3 trials in the United States. The company entered its late-stage trial testing.
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New push for $1,200 stimulus check offers hope: ‘Package is still needed’

On Tuesday, a renewed push from House Democrats led to a concession from White House officials that a new COVID-19 relief package ‘is still needed,’ and a display of willingness to find middle ground.
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Coronavirus death toll in the U.S. tops 200,000

The U.S. toll for deaths resulting from COVID-19 surpassed 200,000 on Tuesday, according to new data from Johns Hopkins University. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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Dr. Fauci names 3 'higher risk' places to avoid during the COVID-19 pandemic

As businesses across the nation have been operating, as usual, Dr. Anthony Fauci is issuing a dire warning. The doctor recommended avoiding these places during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Colleges are canceling spring break to mitigate coronavirus spread

It seems that for many college students across the country, spring break is officially canceled. The annual week off from school has many officials worried about a potential outbreak of the coronavirus.
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