coronavirus

Orlando Task Force Reveals Guidelines for When Disney Parks Eventually Reopen

A task force made up of appointed officials in Florida released a preliminary set of guidelines that will be implemented when Disney World and other parks will be able to resume operations. Find out more.
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Have Coronavirus Questions? You Can Now Skype a Scientist for Free

The news is dominated by stories about virus immunity, antibodies and generally speaking — science. Do you have any coronavirus questions? You can now Skype with a scientist for free.
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Should You Wear a Face Mask to Exercise Outdoors?

With new laws requiring face masks in enclosed spaces and when social distancing isn’t possible, many Americans want to know if they should wear face masks to exercise outdoors. Find out from the experts.
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Wheatus Gets 106 People From 16 Countries to Cover 'Teenage Dirtbag'

After canceling their 20th-anniversary tour plans due to the coronavirus, the band announced their “Quaranteenage Dirtbag Challenge” to fans. Now, after receiving submissions from 16 different countries, the band has presented an incredible mash-up.
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Are You Having Trouble With the IRS Website? Try All Caps

Are you having trouble accessing the IRS stimulus check website? You can try all caps when entering information on the website. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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Kentucky Governor Apologizes to Tupac Shakur After Denying Unemployment, Thinking It Was a Joke

Tupac Shakur has been struggling for the past month, after being denied unemployment in Kentucky because the local government thought it was a joke.
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Oscars Will Consider Streamed Films That Haven’t Played in Theaters Due to Coronavirus

The Oscars are changing the rules in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Typically, a film needs to have a seven-day theatrical run in a commercial movie theater in Los Angeles for it to be eligible for Academy Awards consideration.
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Can College Students Get a Stimulus Check?

While over 80 million Americans have received their stimulus checks via direct deposit already, many college students are wondering if they’ll be among those receiving money soon.
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What Should You Do If You Can't Pay Rent During the Pandemic?

With many laid off, furloughed, taking pay cuts, or unable to go to work, people are finding it difficult to wrap their heads around their first-of-the-month rent payments. So what should you do if you find yourself unable to pay up?
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Poll: Most Americans Won’t Attend Concerts Until There’s a Coronavirus Vaccine

A new Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll shows that a majority of Americans prefer to stay home rather than attending concerts, movie theaters, sporting events, and amusement parks without a COVID-19 vaccine in place.
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