COVID-19

Pastor Who Told Congregation Not to Wear Masks Now Hospitalized in ICU With COVID

A pastor who told his congregation that they are not required to wear face masks during church services has contracted COVID-19. Paul Van Noy and his wife both tested positive for the novel virus. Read more now.
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Original 'Coyote Ugly' Bar Closing Amid COVID: 'We Simply Can’t Afford to Pay the Rent'

The Coyote Ugly bar in NYC, made famous by the 2000 film of the same name starring Piper Perabo, Tyra Banks and Maria Bello, is closing after nearly 28 years in business because of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Why Temperature Checks in Schools May Not Be Effective in Stopping Spread of COVID-19

Body temperature checks have been seen as an advanced way to help curtail the transmission of COVID, but some medical experts are warning they may not be effective and could be giving parents, teachers and students a false sense of security.
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Carnival Cruises Cancels Trips Into Spring 2021, Announces Sale of Some of its Fleet

Carnival Cruise Line’s won’t be setting sail anytime soon as the coronavirus pandemic continues to take a chunk out of its business. The company announced it is canceling voyages into the spring of 2021. Read the full story.
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Woman Gives Birth While Intubated for COVID-19

A mother who gave birth while intubated with COVID-19 is alive to share her frightening story. The woman gave birth to her son while intubated for COVID-19.
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Dave & Buster's May Need to File for Bankruptcy

As Americans continue to grapple the effects of COVID-19, businesses are also feeling the impact. Dave & Busters may have to file for bankruptcy.
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WATCH: Anti-Mask Protesters March Through Target Urging Customers to 'Take Off Your Mask'

’Take off your masks’ was the message a group of anti-mask protestors were hoping to get across at a Target in Florida. The maskless flash mob walked down the aisles of the store encouraging shoppers to stop wearing masks. See the video.
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2-Month-Old Dies of Coronavirus in Michigan

A 2-month-old infant in Michigan has become the youngest person ever to die from coronavirus, per the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.
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Town Rewarding Local Kids Who Wear Face Masks With Gift Cards

Police In Summit, New Jersey have joined forces with Summit Downtown Inc to provide 100, $5 gift cards to give to elementary, middle and high school-age students who are seen wearing their masks properly by officers.
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Dr. Fauci Says Theaters Could Reopen and ‘Gradually Approach Normal’ Through Next Year

Dr. Anthony Fauci elaborated on his previous comments about theater openings not happening until the end of 2021. Fauci now believes they may reopen “gradually” and sooner than expected.
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