coronavirus

Colleges are canceling spring break to mitigate coronavirus spread

It seems that for many college students across the country, spring break is officially canceled. The annual week off from school has many officials worried about a potential outbreak of the coronavirus.
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Coronavirus sweeps college campuses, sparking fears over holiday breaks

As the coronavirus pandemic takes its toll on college campuses across the US, many are now fearing what will happen when these students are sent home for their holiday breaks.
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CDC walks back updated guidelines that stated COVID-19 is spread mainly through the air

The CDC retracted an updated that stated that coronavirus spread is mainly airborne, with droplets remaining suspended in the air after quietly changing the COVID-19 social distancing guidelines on its website. Find out more on RADIO.COM.
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Is It Safe to Host Thanksgiving Dinner Amid COVID-19?

Six months into the coronavirus pandemic, families will soon have to negotiate how to handle the upcoming holiday season. Here are a few tips to make sure you have a safe Thanksgiving.
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COVID-19 Calculator Quantifies Your Risk of Getting Sick From Different Activities

A group of volunteers in San Francisco has developed a tool to help you determine the relative risk of your behavior and various activities amid COVID.
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Dad Defends Son, 11, Wearing Hooters Mask to School: ‘We Go There as a Family’

It’s a mask the whole family can enjoy. A Florida father defended his fifth-grade son wearing a Hooters mask to school after the face covering was declared ‘offensive’ by his principal.
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Why Temperature Checks in Schools May Not Be Effective in Stopping Spread of COVID-19

Body temperature checks have been seen as an advanced way to help curtail the transmission of COVID, but some medical experts are warning they may not be effective and could be giving parents, teachers and students a false sense of security.
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Twisted Sister's Dee Snider Snaps at Anti-Maskers and 'Their Moronic Cause'

After seeing a video of a group of maskless protesters shouting his hit “We’re Not Gonna Take It” and urging shoppers to remove their masks in the middle of a Target store, he’s decided to speak up.
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100,000 Restaurants Have Closed Since the Start of Pandemic in March: Survey

According to a survey by the National Restaurant Association, close to 100,000 eateries have shuttered either permanently or for a long-term basis.
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US Outlines Plans to Roll Out Free COVID-19 Vaccines for All Americans

The federal government has outlined plans that will make a coronavirus vaccine available for free to all Americans. Learn when and how the vaccine campaign is expected to launch on RADIO.COM.
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