COVID-19

How to Help Those Who Are Unemployed During the Coronavirus Pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic continues to keep millions of Americans unemployed. As many people continue to be jobless, experts are sharing advice on how you can help them.
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Apple Reveals Plan for Reopening Stores Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Apple is gearing up to reopen a handful of its stores in the U.S. roughly two months after it shut down to help contain the coronavirus pandemic. Roughly 271 locations were closed down in mid-March. Find out which ones are opening up.
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Bar Unveils Tube Tables on Wheels to Help Customers Social Distance

A bar in Maryland came up with a creative solution to help customers remain socially distant when it reopens. The famous Ocean City bar revealed its new social distancing tubes for customers.
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Is It Safe to Go to the Beach This Summer? 6 Tips to Protect Yourself and Others

With summer fast approaching, people are looking to squeeze in some fun in the sun on the beach, but is it safe amid the coronavirus pandemic? Experts weighed in on how to enjoy the beach this summer. Read more.
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AAA Expects ‘Record-Low’ Travel for Memorial Day Due to Coronavirus

Memorial Day is not only the unofficial kickoff to summer but also one of the biggest travel days of the year. Unfortunately, this year, the AAA expects travel to hit an all-time low due to coronavirus. Read more now.
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Disney Parks to Implement Mask Requirements, Plexiglass Dividers, and Temperature Checks

The ‘happiest place on Earth’ is going to feel like a different place when Disney parks in the United States finally reopen. Disney Parks just revealed its proposed safety protocol for a ‘phased reopening.’
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WHO Warns It Could Take Up to 5 Years to Get Coronavirus Under Control

Experts believe that the coronavirus pandemic is here to stay for the next few years. Dr. Soumya Swaminathan, the World Health Organization’s chief scientist believes it might last up to 5 years. Read more now.
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'COVID-19 Surcharge': Can Diners Expect Extra Fees on Restaurant Bills During the Pandemic?

A sushi restaurant in West Plains, Missouri, has recently added a ‘COVID-19 surcharge’ to help manage costs during the coronavirus pandemic. Read more about the response from customers and social media users.
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Can Employees Refuse to Work and Still Receive Unemployment Benefits Amid COVID-19?

As more employees have to return to work during the pandemic, many are wondering if they are required to risk their safety, and how their choice impacts their unemployment eligibility.
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10-Year-Old Creates Plastic 'Hug Curtain' to Be Able to Embrace Grandparents

People still need to social distance, which means physical contact with family and friends can be hard during the coronavirus crisis. A 10-year-old girl created a plastic curtain to be able to hug her grandparents.
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