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Coronavirus

What a Second Stimulus Check Would Mean for Your 2021 Taxes

While there’s been discussion on the progress on a second stimulus check, many may be wondering how the money will impact their tax filings in 2021.
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School in District With Over 1,100 Quarantined Students Closed Due to COVID-19

A high school in Georgia has been closed by its district, where over 1,100 people are currently quarantined due to coronavirus. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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WHO: Avoid Dental Cleanings and Visits If You Can

Patients who have upcoming dental appointments may want to consider postponing their visits. The World Health Organization said people should avoid dental cleanings and visits to the dentist for now.
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Caught on Video: Maskless Revelers Take Over Public Bus for Wild Pop-Up Party

Authorities are investigating after an MTA bus was taken over by dozens of maskless people for a pop-up party over the weekend. Video shows partygoers smoking a hookah, dancing and even taking their clothes off for the camera.
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Father and Son Doctors Die of COVID-19 Within Weeks of Each Other

Two generations of Florida doctors have died due to COVID-19. Dr. Jorge A. Vallejo, 89, a retired obstetrician and gynecologist, and his middle son, Dr. Carlos Francisco Vallejo, 57, were both hospitalized on June 21st.
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Aquarium Uses Coins Tossed in Fountain to Pay Bills Amid Pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic has forced many businesses to find creative ways to stay afloat. One aquarium is using the discarded wishes of visitors to help pay their bills.
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Dr Pepper Confirms Soda Shortage Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

Toilet paper, hand sanitizer, and coins have all seen shortages during a pandemic-filled 2020. The latest casualty? Dr Pepper. The soft drink company noted the shortage of its products on store shelves in a tweet.
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How to Treat COVID-19 at Home According to a Doctor

Doctors have made significant progress in treating people who become seriously ill with COVID-19 and the mortality rate is dropping in the U.S.
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School District Votes to Go Entirely Remote After 375 Teachers Say They Won't Return

One New Jersey school district says it can’t start off the school year with in-person classes, as 375 of its teachers are unable to return to classrooms for health-related reasons, according to a report.
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Man Tosses Hot Coffee at Cashier After She Asks Him to Properly Wear Face Mask

A New Jersey cashier was burned with hot coffee last week after asking a man to adjust his face mask, police said. The man wore a mask at a QuickChek but had only covered his mouth, leaving his nose exposed.
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