Coronavirus

Some live entertainment options returning to the Las Vegas Strip this month

Hotels were allowed to reopen in Nevada back on June 4th, but hotels have had to keep shows shut down due to the state’s COVID-19 directives limiting groups to no more than 50. Now some shows are returning. Read more!
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Study shows there's one thing that makes cloth face masks more effective

The coronavirus pandemic has left a lot of time on people’s hands. Some have turned to baking while others are cranking out homemade masks for their friends and family. But do these cloth face masks really do the job?
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Will a ‘highly targeted’ coronavirus relief bill get voted on next week?

Americans continue to hold out for a second round of coronavirus relief. And while lawmakers on both sides of the aisles have yet to come to an agreement, there is new hope that a new stimulus package may be on its way to a vote. Read more!
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Americans plan to stockpile groceries over COVID-19 fears: Survey

A new poll indicates that some American consumers are either planning to start, or already have, a stockpile of groceries due to fears of a spike in coronavirus cases. Find out more details on RADIO.COM.
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Working from home leads to 'posture pandemic' for some

If you’re working from home, you may notice new aches or pains you didn’t experience at the office. It’s likely because of workstation setups at home.
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Don't toss your mask — How to reuse your face covering for planting

What’s being called ‘COVID waste’ is turning up in landfills and bodies of water creating tons of waste. Masks are a big part of this waste. Why toss your mask when you can plant it? Read how on RADIO.COM.
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Where is Keith Urban's 'Safe Place?'

Any of us that have been working from home has found that we have a whole new set of adjustments. Even the happiest of marriages need some alone time… Especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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COVID-19 vaccine trial 'temporarily paused' by Johnson & Johnson after 'unexplained illness'

Johnson & Johnson announced on Monday night that it had “temporarily paused” trials of a COVID-19 vaccine after a trial volunteer came down with an “unexplained illness.”
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25-year-old man confirmed as first American to be infected with COVID-19 twice

Researchers have confirmed the first case of coronavirus reinfection in the United States. According to the study, the man is a 25-year-old from Reno who initially tested positive in April. Find out more on RADIO.COM.
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With no singing allowed, class 'signs' songs

St. Damian Catholic School enforced strict guidelines for in-person learning during the pandemic, requiring students to wear masks and stay six feet apart.
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