Coronavirus

Couple Married 35 Years Die From Coronavirus 11 Days Apart

A California couple, who met in high school and were married 35 years, both died from coronavirus just 11 days apart. Both had underlying health conditions.
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No Face Masks or Social Distancing as Annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Draws Thousands

The coronavirus pandemic hasn’t stopped thousands of motorcycle riders and enthusiasts from pouring into Sturgis, South Dakota for the 80th Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Read more now.
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Man Arrested After Spitting on Boy and Saying ‘You Now Have Coronavirus’

A Florida man was arrested after spitting on a boy who refused to remove his face mask. The arrest report described the 47-year-old man as being intoxicated and without shoes.
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‘Friends’ Reunion Special Delayed Again Due to COVID-19

“Friends” fans will have to wait a little bit longer for the highly-anticipated reunion special. HBO Max has once again delayed production on the unscripted episode due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
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Over 100 Students Forced to Quarantine After First Week of School Due to COVID

A handful of students have tested positive for COVID-19 roughly a week after in-person classes resumed. An additional 116 students is being forced to quarantine for a two-week period after being exposed. Read more now.
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91 People Infected With Coronavirus After One Man Attended Church Service

At least 91 people contracted coronavirus after a church service in Ohio. A 56-year-old man who tested positive is single handedly responsible for the spread. Read more and see how easily the novel virus spread.
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School Retracts Suspension of Student Who Posted Crowded Hallway Pic

A school in Georgia withdrew its decision to suspend a student who shared a photo of its hallways crowded with pupils who were back to school amid the pandemic.
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Will Kids Trick-or-Treat in 2020? Polls Show Majority Still Plan to Celebrate Halloween Despite COVID

As summer wraps up and the weather cools, the autumn season comes to mind… and with it Halloween. A new survey shows that Halloween is on for 2020 despite the coronavirus pandemic. Read more now.
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Why Parents Are Turning to Pandemic 'Pods' as School Year Approaches

With the new school year just around the corner, many districts and families are still struggling to figure out how to keep their kids safe without neglecting their education.
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Teacher Resigns Over COVID-19 Fears and Is Fined $2,000

A teacher in Arizona resigned amid COVID-19 concerns after his district mandated all educators must return to school to teach students virtually. Now the teacher owes the district $2,000.
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