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Some Stimulus Checks Went Out Missing $500 for Qualifying Children

For the last few weeks, millions of Americans have been receiving their stimulus checks.But there have been reports of many people receiving their checks without the additional $500 for qualifying children.
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Barber Stays Open Amid Stay-Home Order: 'I Don't Need Another Mother'

A Michigan barber is keeping his business open during the coronavirus pandemic and he’s not apologizing for it. “I don’t need the governor to be my mother,” he said of state Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.
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1 in 5 U.S. Workers Has Filed for Unemployment Since the Start of the Coronavirus Pandemic

Almost 3.2 million Americans filed initial claims for unemployment insurance last week. The total has now surpassed 33.5 million unemployment claims since mid-March, when stay-at-home orders first began.
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Is Telehealth Here to Stay After the Coronavirus Pandemic?

With many doctors’ offices transitioning into telemedicine platforms during the COVID-19 outbreak, some patients are wondering if telehealth is here to stay.
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Mother and Daughter Working Together As Nurses: ‘I Have Someone That Really Gets It’

Like mother, like daughter, they are both saving lives. A mother and daughter from Chicago are working together as nurses during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Facebook and YouTube Remove Controversial ‘Plandemic’ Coronavirus Video

Social media platforms are taking down a viral video filled with conspiracy theories regarding the coronavirus pandemic. The 25-minute clip, entitled “Plandemic,” includes misleading or unproven claims around the spread of COVID-19.
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What Places Pose the Greatest Risk for Contracting Coronavirus?

Millions of Americans are wondering where they face the highest risk of contracting coronavirus. These are public places ranked for their infection risk level, according to experts polled by MLive.
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12 Million Low-Income Americans At Risk of Missing Out on Stimulus Payments

Many low-income Americans and their families are at risk of missing out on their stimulus payment. Those who are non-filers are being asked to fill out a form to receive their $1,200 in federal money. Read on.
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7-Eleven Cancels Slurpee Day Amid Pandemic, Offers Drink Free Throughout July

Convenience store chain 7-Eleven announced Tuesday that it is canceling its annual Free Slurpee Day due to coronavirus concerns. This will be the first time since the tradition started in 2002 that the store has had to cancel.
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24 Hour Fitness Files for Bankruptcy, to Close Over 130 Locations — See the Full List

Bay Area-based 24 Hour Fitness is applying for bankruptcy and closing more than a hundred gyms. But do fitness industry experts expect this to be the beginning of a trend?
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