Coronavirus

122 In-N-Out employees test positive for COVID-19 in latest outbreak

COVID breakout at two In-N-Out burger locations in Colorado. There have been a total of 122 confirmed cases among employees between the two restaurants. Read more at RADIO.COM.
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Fauci gives update on when he predicts normal life will return to the U.S.

With both the Moderna and Pfizer COVID vaccines being rolled out across the United States, many are hoping life will soon return to some sort of pre-pandemic normalcy. Read when Dr. Fauci believes things will return to normal on RADIO.COM.
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Teacher whose video of students hugging went viral dies of COVID-19

A Texas teacher who received internet fame after sharing a video of her students hugging has passed away following a battle with coronavirus.
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Here's when you can expect the second stimulus check to hit your bank account

The U.S. Treasury is giving updates on when Americans will receive the highly-awaited second stimulus check. Eligible individuals can check the status of their check using an online tool. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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Doctor forgives $650,000 worth of medical debt for 200 cancer patients

Dr. Omar Atiq, a medical oncologist for nearly 40 years, closed his cancer clinic in March after nearly three decades in business. The oncologist then forgave all medical bills owed to his practice totaling hundreds of thousands of dollars.
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9 nuns at same convent die of COVID-19

Nine nuns at an upstate New York convent have died of causes related to COVID-19 in just over a month, county officials said this week.
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‘Miracle’ mother of 4 wakes from COVID-related coma a day before she was set to be taken off ventilator

A mother of four in Georgia has beaten the odds after a harrowing three-month battle with coronavirus. Read her miraculous story of recovery on RADIO.COM.
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Parents die from COVID-19 after 30-minute visit with their masked kids

A son who recently lost both of his parents to COVID is warning others about the dangers of short visits. Carol and Mike Bruno, aged 79 and 80, tragically lost their lives after spending 30 minutes with their masked kids just before Christmas Day.
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Is disinfecting surfaces still necessary amid the pandemic?

Emanuel Goldman, a microbiologist at Rutgers University, is providing new data that suggests wiping down surfaces may not be necessary. “In hospitals, surfaces have been tested near COVID-19 patients, and no infectious virus can be identified.”
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'We were bound to get it': Hundreds of SoCal supermarket workers test positive for COVID-19

While many of us remain vigilant, wiping our groceries, paying for delivery or organizing pickups, food workers at SoCal’s supermarkets are getting hit harder than ever by COVID-19.
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