Coronavirus

Americans find this to be the worst part of the holidays: Study

While the holidays usually bring a sense of hope and cheer to Americans, there’s one part of the whole ordeal that many people could do without, according to a recent survey.
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Hershey profits as COVID-19 lockdowns cause a surge in chocolate buying

The Hershey Co. unveiled its third-quarter profits, proving that Americans were more in need of sweets this year. See the details of the reporting.
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Is Disneyland Resort about to open part of its theme parks to the public?

After closing its doors at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, Disneyland Resort’s theme parks will partially reopen to the public later in November.
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Are grocery stores preparing for another shortage of essential items?

Due to the deadly virus, Americans stocked up on groceries to the point that there was a shortage of everyday household items like sanitizing products and toilet paper. Some chains are back to limiting essential items.
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Trick-or-treaters give their Halloween candy to 3-year-old with leukemia

A couple in Georgia is truly feeling the love after a group of trick-or-treaters left their Halloween candy for their three-year-old child with cancer. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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Mom says 5-year-old who died of COVID complications was 'perfectly healthy'

A 5-year-old in Texas died from coronavirus complications. Tagan Drone passed away on Friday, October 20, after testing positive for the novel virus, but her parents are speaking out about how healthy she was. Read more now.
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Asymptomatic COVID patient remained infected with the virus for 70 days

A 71-year-old woman who tested positive for coronavirus but never experienced any symptoms remained infectious for 70 days, according to new research. Read more about it on RADIO.COM.
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Employees working in an office rather than remotely may increase their risk of getting COVID: CDC Study

Since the onset of COVID-19 in March, workplaces have implemented measures to reduce the spread of the virus. In a study, the CDC found people who commuted to work were more likely to get COVID compared to those who worked from home. Read more now.
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Nurse and mom of 5 dies of COVID: 'She fought hard to stay with us'

A family in Utah is now left heartbroken after the matriarch in their home has died from COVID-19. The family said that ‘she fought hard to stay with us.’
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Polling place worker dies after ignoring quarantine orders following positive COVID test

An election worker ignored health guidelines and worked as a election judge supervisor in St. Charles just days after testing positive for the coronavirus.
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