Coronavirus

Month-Long Fever in Isolation: What a ‘Mild’ Case of COVID-19 Can Look Like

Jessica Waber was meticulous about adhering to the CDC’s social distancing guidelines, and only ventured out for essentials like groceries when she came down with a ‘mild’ case in April that included a month-long fever. Read more.
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Pizzeria Reveals Shocking Bill for 46 Orders

The owner of Chicago Pizza Boss shared a troubling photo on social media that has consumers wondering where their money is really going when they order delivery from some of their favorite local businesses.
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Should You Withdraw Money From Your 401(k) Amid Coronavirus Pandemic?

Millions of Americans are struggling financially due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. An option people may want to consider is whether to withdraw funds from their 401(k) savings plan.
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89-Year-Old Grandmother Shows How to Make the Perfect ‘Quarantini’ Cocktail

An 89-year-old New Jersey grandmother has gone viral for her boozy “quarantini” cocktail recipe. Joseph Curci recorded his adorable Nana making the libation with step-by-step instructions.
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Pandemic Beards, Overgrown Facial Hair May Help Spread Coronavirus

The coronavirus pandemic beard is trending on social media, but should men really be growing facial hair now? The CDC and other infectious disease specialists weigh in on the fuzzy situation.
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'Coronavirus Daily': Sheryl Sandberg Explains How Facebook Aims to Help Small Businesses

The most recent episode of “Coronavirus Daily” explores the importance of testing and the options that have seen success in certain patients. Additionally, tech titan Sheryl Sandberg opens up on giving small businesses a boost.
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Oprah to Give Virtual Commencement Speech to Graduating High Schoolers

Chicago officials are hoping one former resident will help raise the spirits of graduating high school seniors who have been robbed of an in-person commencement ceremony due to coronavirus. Read more now.
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Tables Separated By Plexiglass and Other Ways Restaurants May Change Amid Coronavirus

Many people across the country are still under stay-at-home orders. Will you be separated by plexiglass? Experts are now explaining how restaurants will change.
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Coronavirus Survivor Credits Recovery to Experimental Drug Remdesivir

A coronavirus survivor is crediting his recovery to the experimental drug remdesivir. Though he was not part of the “at-risk” population for the virus, he was sick for several days and eventually developed bilateral viral pneumonia. See the details.
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Visualization Shows How Droplets From a Single Cough Can Infect Entire Airplane

With flights nearly empty and travelers putting travel itineraries on hold due to COVID-19, a new visualization is looking into the future on how flights may be.
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