COVID-19

James Corden Explains How the Pandemic Changed His Approach to 'The Late Late Show'

James Corden’s late-night talk show has evolved amid the coronavirus pandemic for the better. Read more to find out what challenges he’s faced while filming remotely and what he likes better now.
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Expert Claims Americans Will Wear Face Masks for ‘Several Years’ Due to COVID-19

Health experts now say Americans will quite possibly have to wear their face masks for longer. An expert claimed that people will have to wear them for ‘several years.’
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Reopened Amusement Parks Ban Screaming on Roller Coasters

As businesses begin to reopen, many are figuring out what the new normal will be once customers return. For a group of amusement parks, that means asking attendees to try a new way of expressing joy while at their parks.
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Teen Dies of Coronavirus After Parents Treated Her With Unapproved Drugs

At the end of June, a teenage girl in Fort Myers, Florida, died from complications of COVID-19. Her parents, both medical professionals, both treated her with an unapproved drug.
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Tinder Rolling Out 'Video Chat' Feature Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

You can now swipe right to video chat. The coronavirus pandemic has made it more difficult to meet people than ever before, which is why Tinder is rolling out a video chat option for virtual dating. Read more now.
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Are Humans the Most Dangerous Animal at the Zoo Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic?

- Zoos are starting to reopen nationwide, as coronavirus restrictions ease, which means people will being returning to see all the animals. But the question is, is it safe? Find out now.
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Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal Reflect on Nick Cordero, Calling Him ‘One of the Great Ones’

Broadway star and Tony-nominated actor, Nick Cordero passed away on July 5th at the age of 41, due to a tumultuous battle with COVID-19. During an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal shared love for Cordero.
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Harvard Will Hold All Classes Remotely for 2020-21 School Year With No Change in Tuition

Students at Harvard University will be feeling the effects of coronavirus going into the fall semester as the Ivy League school announced that all of its classes would be held remotely. Read more now.
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Woman Gives Birth to Triplets After Surviving COVID-19

Maggie Sillero’s pregnancy was a struggle when she welcomed triplets into the world. The mother from Houston, Texas gave birth after surviving COVID-19.
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COVID-19 Cases Top 3 Million In U.S. As Infections Continue To Spike

Cases of COVID-19 around the United States continue to rise rapidly. Over 3 million cases have now been reported after a new record was set yesterday with over 60,000 additional cases of coronavirus. Read more now.
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