Coronavirus

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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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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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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Safety Tips for Visiting Older Relatives This Summer

Before setting out to visit your grandparents or other elder relatives this summer, it’s important to assess risk by taking into account their age and underlying health conditions.
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18 Family Members Test Positive for Coronavirus After Surprise Birthday Party

Ron Barbosa, a volunteer EMT, says 18 members of his family have tested positive for coronavirus after attending a surprise 30th birthday party for his daughter-in-law on May 30.
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American Airlines to Begin Booking at Full Capacity in July

Fort Worth-based American Airlines says it will start booking flights to full capacity next week. The move comes as the United States sets records for new reported cases of the coronavirus.
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Coronavirus Hygiene, Distancing Lessons Could Lead to Lifetime of Health

Most of us are doing as medical professionals have asked in the battle against the coronavirus by wearing face coverings, adhering to physically distancing guidelines and maintaining good hygiene.
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U.S. Hits Highest Coronavirus Cases in a Single Day

The U.S. broke its record for highest coronavirus cases in a single day this week. On Wednesday, the country reported 45,557 positive cases of COVID-19, according to a tally by NBC News.
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Avoid These Mistakes When Returning To A Restaurant During Pandemic

Everything has changed because of the pandemic and as we get use to the "new normal," it's important we do not fall back into our old habits; especially when dining at a restaurant.
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Wave and a Nod: Smiling With a Mask on Proves Challenging

Months of wearing a face mask are forcing us to start finding new ways to communicate non-verbally. When we communicate with each other, the face has a lot to do with it - smiles, frowns and other forms of expression with the mouth.
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