Coronavirus

How to Stop Touching Your Face During the Coronavirus Outbreak

The CDC recommends people avoid touching their faces to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. Here are a few tips to help you stop touching your face.
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Is It Coronavirus or Allergies? How to Tell the Difference

Hearing anyone sneeze or cough these days can be an anxiety-inducing situation. With coronavirus fears running high, it’s important to know the difference in symtoms between COVID-19 and seasonal allergies.
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Coronavirus Could Delay Bridal Dress Deliveries

If you are getting married anytime soon, you may want to read this. The outbreak of the coronavirus could delay bridal dress deliveries in the future.
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'Peter Rabbit 2' Film Release Delayed 5 Months Due to Coronavirus Outbreak

“Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway” is the latest film to be affected by the coronavirus outbreak and has had its release date pushed back by nearly five months. The movie will now hit theaters on August 7th.
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School's Out for Coronavirus: Harvard Tells Students to Stay Home, Prep for Online Classes

Harvard University is directing students to move out of their dorms by Sunday at 5 p.m. due to the current coronavirus outbreak. In a Tuesday morning tweet, the university announced that it will move to online classes on March 23.
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Savannah Guthrie Sings 'Corona Shuffle' to Teach Daughter How to Wash Hands Amid Coronavirus

Savannah Guthrie is taking the creative approach to teaching her daughter how washing your hands is essential amid the coronavirus outbreak.
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'Wheel of Fortune' and 'Jeopardy' Taping Without Live Audience Due to Coronavirus

Fears stemming from the coronavirus outbreak are affecting two of the most popular live gameshows. “Jeopardy” and “Wheel of Fortune” will be shot without a live audience until further notice.
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Scientists Will Pay You $4,500 to Get Injected With Coronavirus

In order to further study the rapidly-spreading coronavirus, scientists in the UK are looking for 24 incredibly brave volunteers willing to be injected with strains of the coronavirus in order to effectively find a vaccine.
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Quiz: How Much Do You Know About Coronavirus?

As the number of confirmed cases increases around the world, so does confusion and misinformation regarding the illness and facts about its spread. Take this quiz to test your knowledge about COVID-19.
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Mishap Causes Red Wine to Flow Through Faucets of Italian Town

Locals in the Italian town of Castelvetro saw their faucets and shower heads overflowing with red wine instead of water after a mishap at the local winery. The malfunction posed no health risks.
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