COVID-19

Moderna CEO warns that COVID-19 may stick around ‘forever’

Coronavirus may be here to stay for good, at least according to Moderna’s CEO. Stephane Bancel warned that he believes the novel virus will be around ‘forever’ even with vaccines. Read the full story now.
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At least 2 gorillas test positive for COVID-19 at zoo

Two gorillas at the San Diego Zoo have tested positive for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, according to the San Diego Zoo Safari Park Monday afternoon. Read more now.
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'Law & Order: SVU' wants to 'hire every Broadway actor' amid unemployment due to COVID pandemic

The warrant is out for Broadway actors. ‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit’ is hoping to help theater actors currently out of work due to the COVID-19 pandemic by casting them in upcoming episodes. Read on now.
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Didn't get your stimulus check? Here's what you have to do to claim it on your tax returns

If you’re still waiting on your second stimulus check, there’s a chance it may never come. However, you can still claim the money when you file your tax return this spring with the Recovery Rebate Credit. Read more now.
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'Dynasty' star Joan Collins, 87, 'delighted' to get COVID-19 vaccine

Joan Collins revealed that she has been vaccinated against COVID-19. The 87-year-old “Dynasty” took to Instagram to share her experience along with a photo from the doctor’s office. Read the story now at RADIO.com.
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Cat missing for 6 years reunites with owner who is battling COVID-19

A cat that was missing for six years has found his way back home and is helping his owner battle COVID-19. The cat went missing in 2015, but Ashley Orians never gave up hope that she would find him. Read the full story.
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Employees call move to force teachers, students back to classrooms amid pandemic 'heartless'

The head of Chicago Public Schools says teachers who don’t show up for in-person learning next week will not be paid — a threat one teacher calls “heartless.”
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Principal fills in as school bus driver during COVID-19 shortages: 'You help where you need to'

One principal is wearing many hats amid the coronavirus pandemic to maintain a sense of normalcy for her students. With a shortage of school bus drivers, Janet Throgmorton volunteered to drive her students home. Read more now.
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New app helps you social distance and avoid crowds

The first app that encourages social distancing has arrived. On Friday, Tripadvisor announced Crowdfree, a platform to help users social distance while traveling and sight-seeing. Read more now.
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Moderna CEO suggests the COVID vaccine will likely protect for ‘couple of years’

Moderna’s CEO is speaking out about the potential immunity offered by the COVID-19 vaccine. Stephane Bancel addressed the lingering question of how long the recently approved vaccine may last. Read the full story on RADIO.COM now.
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