Coronavirus

Grandpa Builds Backyard Roller Coaster for Grandson During Quarantine

A grandfather built his son a homemade roller coaster in the family’s backyard to keep him entertained while in quarantine amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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Tooth Fairy Sends 7-Year-Old a Thank-You Note for Making Her a Face Mask

After losing one of her baby teeth, a young girl in Michigan wanted to make sure she kept the Tooth Fairy safe amid the coronavirus pandemic. So she made her a face mask.
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These Plastic Bubble Pods May Be the Future of Restaurant Dining Amid Coronavirus

As restaurants wrestle with reopening amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, a designer has invented a new see-through contraption that allows for safe, mask-free dining.
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Harvard Researcher Studying How COVID-19 Manifests in Dreams

COVID-19 has been manifesting itself in our dreams a lot during the pandemic. Now a Harvard researcher is studying them to help us all get a better night’s rest.
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Will Coronavirus Push Social Security to Insolvency by the End of the Decade?

Social Security benefits may be exhausted sooner rather than later, which will affect millions of current and future retirees in America. A new report believes funds may run out by 2029 due to COVID-19, countering the SSA’s report. Read more.
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Universal Orlando Targets June 5 as Reopen Date

Universal Orlando is reportedly targeting June 5 to reopen after being closed since March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to multiple reports.
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Victoria's Secret to Close 250 Stores Permanently

Victoria’s Secret and Bath & Body Works will be permanently closing some of their stores in the U.S.A.. and Canada due to coronavirus. L Brands, which owns both retailers, said sales have drastically declined.
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Krispy Kreme Grad Giveaway Shut Down By Cops After Traffic Back-Up Flares Tempers, Causes Crash

A Krispy Kreme in Allen Park, Mich. wanted to give away a free dozen donuts to graduating seniors on Tuesday. But, the line stretched for over a mile down Southfield Road and past I-75, frustrating drivers and causing at least one crash.
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New CDC Guidance: COVID-19 Virus 'Does Not Spread Easily' From Touching Surfaces

The CDC now says the threat of spreading the coronavirus through contact with surfaces and objects is not nearly as great as through person-to-person contact, though it is still possible.
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Safety Tips for Taking a Road Trip This Memorial Day Weekend

If you’re planning on taking a road trip amid the coronavirus pandemic, here are some helpful safety tips from experts to make sure that your local vacation goes smoothly. Find out more here!
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