Coronavirus

People Are Throwing Away Stimulus Debit Cards Thinking It's Junk Mail

Earlier this month, the Treasury Department reported that it would begin issuing some stimulus checks via prepaid debit cards in the mail. If you have junk mail, don’t throw it away because it may be your stimulus check on a debit card.
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Germaphobe Howie Mandel Reveals How He's Coping with the Coronavirus Pandemic

Howie Mandel is taking extra precautions to manage his OCD amid the coronavirus pandemic. The judge and known germaphobe admitted that he’s relying on therapy to deal with the anxiety caused by the outbreak. Read more now.
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An Extra $450 a Week? What to Know About the Newly Proposed ‘Back-to-Work’ Bonus

Officials are considering a weekly ‘back-to-work’ bonus that will pay unemployed Americans returning to work $450 a week in coronavirus relief aid. Learn about the proposal.
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Are Stimulus Checks Causing Tax Refunds to Be Delayed?

Are you still waiting on your tax refund? You’re not the only one. Many Americans have expressed frustration after waiting months for a tax refund instead of the usual 21 days. Find out what the IRS said about the delays.
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Disney World Proposes Reopening Parks in July

On Wednesday, Walt Disney World Resort executives revealed a phased plan to reopen its Magic Kingdom and Disney Animal Kingdom on Saturday, July 11 and Epcott and Disney Hollywood Studios on Wednesday, July 15.
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Pizza Hut Is Giving Away Half a Million Pizzas to 2020 Grads

Pizza Hut has teamed up with America’s dairy farmers to give away 500,000 pizzas to graduating high school seniors and their families, as a way to give “some much-needed joy” amid the ongoing coronavirus health crisis.
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Lake of the Ozarks Bar Responds to Pool Party Controversy: 'No Laws Were Broken'

The owner of the Lake of the Ozarks business featured in many viral photos and videos over Memorial Day Weekend is standing by his decision to be open and says they didn’t break any laws.
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Some Coronavirus Survivors Face Long-Term Consequences

A small minority of coronavirus survivors, about five percent, do get seriously ill and require hospitalization. That group is at risk for developing pulmonary fibrosis, which is a scarring of the lungs. See the details.
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Coronavirus Patients Are Not Infectious 11 Days After Getting Sick: Study

With many concerned about a second wave of coronavirus infections, a new study suggests there may not be reason to worry. Patients of COVID-19 are reportedly not infectious 11 days after getting sick. See the details.
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Hungry Rats May Become ‘Aggressive’ as Coronavirus Restaurant Shutdowns Persist: CDC

While restaurants remain closed during the coronavirus pandemic, it is bad news for humans, but also for the rats. Experts warn that the rodents may get ‘aggressive’ amid COVID-19 restaurant shutdowns.
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