coronavirus

Supply chain experts say there's no need to stockpile items amid COVID-19 surge

With the rising number of COVID-19 cases, some consumers are concerned about the availability of products on store shelves in coming weeks, but experts say there have been lessons learned from the beginning of the pandemic. Read more here.
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Nurse details experience treating COVID-19 patients: ‘It's hard to watch'

A traveling nurse gave a detailed account of her experience working in the intensive care unit, caring for patients who tested positive for coronavirus.
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University touts new test that can check for both COVID-19 virus and flu virus at the same time

UC Davis is touting something accurate and helpful in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic. UC Davis Health will roll out a test that will look for both COVID-19 virus and the flu virus at the same time and give back results in 20 minutes.
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Lifetime found the 'oddest solution' to safely film kissing scenes in one of their holiday movies amid COVID

Despite the ongoing pandemic, Lifetime is still slated to release a bevy of holiday movies this year. The network also made sure to take some major precautions, albeit some unusual ones, to ensure their actors remain safe. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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Supply chain experts say there's no need to stockpile items like toilet paper amid COVID-19 surge

With the rising number of COVID-19 cases, some consumers are concerned about the availability of products on store shelves in coming weeks, but experts say there have been lessons learned from the beginning of the pandemic. Read more here.
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Is it safe to eat at outdoor restaurants with tents and barriers?

Some health experts are questioning if outdoor restaurants with barriers are preventing proper air flow and ventilation and potentially putting people at risk. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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Halloween gatherings likely responsible for surge in COVID cases, authorities say

As you’re polishing off the last of the leftover Halloween candy, authorities are dealing with a surge in coronavirus cases that they believe is linked to the spooky holiday. Read the full story now.
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Thanksgiving invite during pandemic? Here's how to politely decline

Now that state and local officials have advised us not to gather in-person for Thanksgiving how does one tactfully turn down an invitation to dinner? WBBM’s Steve Miller talks to an expert.
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Fauci's latest COVID guidance to Americans: 'Do what you're told!'

Dr. Anthony Fauci regularly gives sage advice on how to to stay safe during the pandemic, but he was a bit more direct with his words during panel discussion with other health experts Thursday.
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4-year-old loses both parents to COVID, family asks for help celebrating his birthday: 'He's very upset'

A 4-year-old boy is dealing with two great losses in 2020: both of his parents. Raiden Gonzalez’s mom and dad both lost their battle with COVID-19 just months apart. Read the full story now.
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