coronavirus

Disney Likely to See Massive Profit Losses Due to Coronavirus

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Disney is expected to take a massive profit hit. The company has taken a hard hit with the majority of its business.
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How Will Coronavirus Affect Dining at All-You-Can-Eat Buffets?

As restaurants slowly begin reopening, they will begin implementing new restrictive policies that will change the food industry forever. One of the major changes is doing away with the buffet style setup. Read more now.
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We Might Be Able to Go to Concerts Soon, If We All Wear Spacesuits to Them

It’s called the “Micrashell,” and has a ventilation system that will protect you from viruses in large crowds, such as at a concert. Also, apparently there is only a top piece, so no need to worry about how you’ll use the bathroom in that thing.
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6 Ways to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo at Home

While the usual public fetes may not happen due to ongoing stay-home restrictions, there are still ways to have a little fiesta at home. Here are six ways to celebrate Cinco de Mayo while social distancing.
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Wendy’s Takes Burgers Off Menu in Some Locations Due to Meat Shortages

Some of Wendy’s restaurants across the United States have temporarily stopped putting burgers on their menus due to meat shortages. Did your local restaurant do this?
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Are 'Social Bubbles' the Next Step in Social Distancing?

How do you continue to keep your family safe after stay-at-home orders have been lifted? In New Zealand, people are creating “social bubbles” in which they have limited interactions with select people in their communities.
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Americans Are Hunting More Amid Fears of a Coronavirus Meat Shortage

More Americans are hunting more during the coronavirus. People across the United States are nervous due to the coronavirus food shortages in the United States.
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Why Do We Celebrate National Nurses Week?

Nurses are needed now more than ever. Here are some facts you need to know about National Nurses Week (May 6 - 12), as well as the nursing profession.
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Missouri to Allow Concerts Starting Today

Missouri plans to start gradually reopening their state on Monday May 4th and part of Gov. Mike Parson’s “Show Me Strong” recovery plan is the return of large-scale live events such as concerts and sporting events.
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James Corden and Trevor Noah Are Paying Their Furloughed Staffers’ Salaries

As the coronavirus pandemic leaves millions unemployed, James Corden and Trevor Noah want to show loyalty to their employees. The talk show hosts are paying their furloughed staffers’ salaries.
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