coronavirus

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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5 Forms of Financial Help You May Qualify for During Coronavirus

While many people are aware of the stimulus checks from the CARES Act which are still being issued this month, there are other ways to access financial help during COVID-19. These are some of the options that might still be available to you.
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Bolivian Orchestra Stranded in Haunted German Castle Surrounded by Wolves During Pandemic

The group has been staying safe at Rheinsberg Palace, which is apparently haunted by Frederick the Great, who called the palace home in the 1500s. The group has joked that the ghost follows them around and tries to make things go awry.
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Members of My Chemical Romance, Rival Sons, The Darkness, and More Unite for Charity Ramones Cover

My Chemical Romance guitarist Frank Iero, Rival Sons drummer Michael Miley and The Darkness frontman Justin Hawkins are among many artists who’ve teamed up to record a joint charity cover of the Ramones song “I Believe in Miracles.”
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New Collection of Mobile Apps Helps With COVID-19 Anxiety, Depression: Study

Northwestern said a new study, published May 20 in JAMA Psychiatry, states the collection of mobile apps called Intellicare offer special content to help people reduce the stress and anxiety of dealing with the pandemic.
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Betty White Is Doing Crossword Puzzles and Sipping Martinis During the Pandemic: 'I'm Blessed'

Betty White wants all her fans to know that she is doing perfectly fine during the coronavirus pandemic. The 98-year-old actress says she is grateful for her health and the chance to slow down.
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U.S. Plans Massive Coronavirus Vaccine Testing Push by Year's End

The U.S. government plans to use as many as 100,000 volunteers to test a potential coronavirus vaccine by the end of 2020, according to Reuters.
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Police Shut Down Lemonade Stand in Violation of Social Distancing Guidelines

Police shut down a stand selling lemonade and popcorn in Brooklyn after a large group of kids and adults gathered on the sidewalk in violation of rules put in place over the coronavirus.
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COVID-19: Can the Virus Live on Your Beauty Products?

Doctors are now telling people the best practices for using beauty products during the COVID-19 pandemic. Can coronavirus live on your makeup products?
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Many Americans Won't Return to Gyms or Dining Out: Poll

With state and local officials gradually allowing businesses to reopen, many are still choosing to stay home despite the ability to go work out or eat at a restaurant, a new poll finds.
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