Coronavirus

Finding equipment to start your own home gym has become very difficult during pandemic

Justin Sullivan of Omni Fitness estimates he’s sold 1 million pounds of dumbbells and 2 million pounds of plates since March, as thousands set up home gyms during the coronavirus pandemic.
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COVID-19 survivors form virtual support group to help in recovery process

Long Islanders who survived COVID-19 have started their own virtual support group to help each other deal with the lingering effects of the virus
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Aerospace factory makes COVID-killing robots

Xenex Disinfecting Services Inc. and Astronics Corporation are joining forces to build a fleet of LightStrike Coronavirus-Killing Robots. They are being assembled in Astronics’ Waukegan plant, which employs about 300 people.
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The largest indoor waterpark in the U.S. opens amid COVID pandemic

Central Texas is now home to the nation’s largest indoor water park. Kalahari Resort Round Rock is now open - with more than 1.5 million square feet of space on 350 acres. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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Fauci orders takeout a few times a week: ‘I feel badly about restaurants losing business’

Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, has been continuously giving educated and reliable advice on the COVID-19 pandemic. The doctor said he orders takeout a few times a week.
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Costco updating mask policy, no longer giving exceptions to those with medical conditions

Although Costco was one of the first retailers to mandate masks for shoppers, it gave an exception with those shoppers with medical conditions, but no longer.
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Man uses face mask to pick the lock of his handcuffs and escape police custody

34-year-old Joseph McLeod of Midvale, Utah allegedly called a couple of police departments in Oklahoma, threatening to kill their officers. The Unified Police Department of Greater Salt Lake did not take too kindly to these threats.
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AAA predicts a 10% drop in Thanksgiving travel, largest dip since the Great Recession

It’s not that surprising, but high unemployment and fears of sickness ushered in by the pandemic is keeping most of us from traveling this Thanksgiving.
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Medical student points to lack of COVID messaging for teens, 20-somethings

With cases of COVID-19 surging nationwide, many are questioning whether younger people are taking safety protocol seriously, but a local medical student says some of the blame belongs to public officials.
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The internet has a lot of hilarious thoughts about the name of newly approved COVID drug bamlanivimab

What does the latest coronavirus treatment drug bamlanivimab sound like to you? The internet has a lot of hilarious thoughts about the name. See the funny comparisons on RADIO.COM.
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