Coronavirus

School District Tells Remote-Learning Students: No Pajamas

The Springfield School District has been getting a fair amount of flak from parents over a dress code for remote learning. In particular, the handbook says students should not wear pajamas during online sessions.
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4 Dead, 11 Hospitalized After Ingesting Hand Sanitizer With Methanol

The CDC is warning the public not to consume or ingest hand sanitizer. According to the agency, 15 adults in the U.S. have been hospitalized for methanol poisoning caused by ingesting hand sanitizer. Read more now.
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Experts No Longer Expect Coronavirus to Come in Waves: It's a 'Forest Fire'

Experts initially believed that the novel virus would act like the seasonal flu and die down in the summer before ramping back up in a severe second wave come fall. But now they’re seeing it has remained steady like a ‘forest fire.’ Read more now.
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Alyssa Milano Reveals She Tested Positive for COVID Antibodies After 3 Negative Results

Alyssa Milano reveals she tested positive for COVID-19 antibodies. The ‘Charmed’ alum shared her results on Instagram explaining that the positive test followed several negative tests despite exhibiting all COVID symptoms. Read on now.
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Lake of the Ozarks Mayor Defends Viral Videos of Crowded Parties

Lake of the Ozarks mayor defends viral videos of huge crowds… He says his town has had 9.1 million – which is more than the previous two years combined.
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American Airlines Says Face Mask Is Mandatory, Face Shield Is Not Good Enough

American Airlines is strictly enforcing its mandatory face mask policy – and a Westlake woman learned the hard way that a clear, plastic field shield is not good enough.
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County Offers to Pay COVID-Positive Residents to Stay Home

Alameda County in northern California will pay $1,250 dollars to people diagnosed with COVID-19 to stay home and self-isolate if they’re not receiving unemployment benefits or paid sick leave.
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Dr. Pepper Donates Free Products to Nursing Home After Hearing Their Plea for Pen Pals

Dr. Pepper donated free products to a nursing home after hearing their plea for pen pals. The soft drink company sent cases of sodas to the senior citizens who live at Hillside Medical Lodge in Gatesville, Texas.
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More Than 50 COVID-19 Cases Linked to Christian Summer Camp

The Central Michigan Health Department says there have been 54 cases of the coronavirus confirmed in children and staffers who attended the Springs Ministries Summer Camp in Gladwin last month, with about a dozen additional probable cases.
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Can COVID-19 Impact Your Health Long-Term?

Treatments for COVID-19 continue to advance and increase patient’s chances of survival. But what is less known is the long-term effects that patients may experience even after they recover from the illness.
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