Quarantine

Experts Advise to Decrease the Amount of People in Your ‘Quarantine Bubble’ as Fall Arrives

As many people enjoyed small outdoor gatherings in backyards, beaches or parks with friends and families over the summer months, some medical experts are advising people to shrink their “quarantine bubbles” as the temperatures drop.
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the Most Interesting Thing Every State Has Been Googling During the Pandemic

The Most Interesting Thing Maryland (and Every State) Has Been Googling During the Pandemic

Here are some of the interesting things different states have been Googling the most during quarantine: "How to become a YouTuber" in Indiana . . . "Boxed wine" in Minnesota . . . "Build a chicken coop" in Maine . . . and "Meth recipe" in Missouri.
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Divorces Rates Have Skyrocketed in the U.S. Since Quarantine Begam

Divorces Rates Have Skyrocketed in the U.S. Since Quarantine Began

Divorce rates have skyrocketed in the U.S. since the quarantine started, according to a legal services company. Divorces jumped 57% from February 13th to April 13th of this year . . . and newer marriages were the most likely to end.
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Man Faces $569,000 Fine for Allegedly Breaking COVID-19 Quarantine Rules

A Kentucky man faces a $569,000 fine and six months in jail after allegedly breaking Canadian quarantine rules twice. Canada closed the border to Americans in March.
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CDC Removes Its 14-Day Quarantine Recommendation for Travelers

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention just dropped their recommendation for people to quarantine for 14 days if they have traveled out of state and country.
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Plastic Surgery on the Rise Due to Increase in Video Conferencing

Plastic surgery is on the rise due to an increase use of video conferencing apps. The close up look at people’s faces has caused many to turn to cosmetic surgery.
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Data Reveals Deodorant Sales Are Dropping, and Ice Cream Sales Are on the Rise

Quarantine has been tough on everyone, for a number of reasons, but as it continues people are beginning to change their daily habits in some not so appealing ways. New data shows deodorant sales are dropping, while ice cream sales are on the rise.
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Weird Pandemic Side Effect: Everyone Wants Their Tattoos Removed

Weird Pandemic Side Effect: Everyone Wants Their Tattoos Removed

There's been a big jump in people wanting to have their tattoos removed during the pandemic. One laser tattoo removal company says they're hearing from "so many people who are reflecting on their lives" and realizing they don't want their tattoos anymore.
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10% of the Home Improvement Projects We've Attempted in Lockdown Just Made Things Worse

10% of the Home Improvement Projects We've Attempted in Lockdown Just Made Things Worse

78% of us have added a home improvement project to our to-do list during the lockdown. But they don't always go well. An average of three things go wrong with each project.
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tuna melt

The Tuna Melt Is Having a Huge Resurgence in Popularity

The pandemic has brought back the tuna melt. Apparently, mentions of it are up 30% on social media since March.
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