COVID-19

Why Are $600 Unemployment Checks Being Delayed in Some States?

Many people across the United States are collecting unemployment. Americans may be wondering, why unemployment checks are being delayed in some states?
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Coronavirus: Study Says Americans May Be Suffering ‘Quarantine Fatigue’

Are you sick of being in quarantine? A study now reports that Americans may be suffering from ‘quarantine fatigue’ during the coronavirus pandemic.
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World Health Organization Says There Is ‘No Evidence’ You Can’t Get Coronavirus Twice

If you contracted COVID-19, can you get it again? The World Health Organization said there is ‘no evidence’ that you cannot get COVID-19 twice.
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Social Security Recipients Slated to Receive Stimulus Checks This Week

As the first of the month approaches with bills due soon, many people are still waiting to get their $1,200 stimulus check. Social Security recipients will starting receiving their checks this week.
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What It's Like to Be a Healthcare Worker Away From Family While Fighting COVID-19

Luke Adams, a nurse who works in critical care, left his home in Pennslyvania to work on the coronavirus frontlines in New York City. He explains what it’s like to be a health care worker away from his family during this COVID-19 crisis.
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Americans Can't Call the IRS About Their Stimulus Checks — Here Are Steps to Track Your Status

As many Americans receive their stimulus checks, some may still have unanswered questions. Taxpayers are now wondering why you can’t call the IRS about your stimulus check.
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How to Prevent Your Glasses From Fogging Up While Wearing a Face Mask

When people leave their house wearing face masks, they may also be wearing glasses. Experts are now weighing in on how to prevent your glasses from fogging up while wearing a mask.
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Wendy's to Give Out Free Chicken Nuggets at Every Location on April 24

What’s better than chicken nuggets? Free ones! Wendy’s will be giving out free chicken nuggets at every location throughout the United States on April 24.
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Private Lenders to Suspend Student Loan Payments During COVID-19 Pandemic

The United States Public Interest Research Group announced that a newly announced agreement will protect the finances of millions of Americans who owe money on student loans.
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Prescriptions for Anti-Anxiety Medicines Spike Amid Coronavirus: Report

More people across the United States are taking anti-anxiety medications as the coronavirus continues to spread. A new report says prescriptions for these medicines are spiking amid the coronavirus.
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