CORONAVIRUS

Woman raising 12 children after sister, brother-in-law die from COVID

Francesca McCall, a single mother of seven, took in her sister Chantale’s five kids after her sibling passed away in September. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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Police break up 400-person mansion party that violated COVID-19 orders

Police broke up a mansion party in New York with hundreds of guests over the weekend. Officials called the gathering an “egregious” violation of the state’s COVID-19 rules.
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'Invincible' 102-year-old survives Spanish flu and 2 bouts of COVID-19

Angelina Friedman is a 102-year-old woman who has seen a lot in her time on Earth - including multiple pandemics that she survived firsthand.
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What's in the newly proposed $908 billion stimulus bill?

As the country enters the final month of a challenging year, Americans are wondering if there is still hope for another stimulus package in 2020. Read more about a newly proposed coronavirus relief bill on RADIO.COM.
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American tourist returns stolen ancient Roman artifact in the mail with note: ‘Please forgive me”

An American tourist returned a stolen ancient artifact in the mail to the National Roman Museum. The tourist from Atlanta sent the package containing a small piece of marble that was said to have been taken from ancient Roman ruins.
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Bride says ‘I do’ from second-story window after testing positive for COVID-19

A young couple tied the knot from a second-story bathroom window after the bride tested positive for COVID-19. The Delgados looked excited about their new union as they each held ends of a string and displayed a sign reading ‘just married.’
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How to start exercising again after COVID

Even after patients recover from COVID-19, many report feeling long-lasting impacts well after the illness has passed. Physicians are now recommending that patients take their time before returning to their normal levels of exercise and activity.
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Fauci: COVID will continue to affect lives unless ‘overwhelming majority’ of people take vaccine

Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said COVID-19 will continue to affect lives unless ‘overwhelming majority’ of people take vaccine.
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Coronavirus quarantine period can be reduced to 10 or 7 days: CDC

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Wednesday announced it was shortening the recommended quarantine period for people who have been exposed to coronavirus.
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Megachurch pastor dies days after contracting the coronavirus

Members of a Fontana megachurch are mourning the loss of their pastor, just a week after he was hospitalized for COVID-19.Bob Bryant, 58, a pastor at the Water of Life Community Church in Fontana, died Monday.
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