COVID-19

Is It Safe to Go to Hair Salons as They Begin to Reopen?

The days of cutting your own hair are coming to an end as non-essential businesses, like hair salons, are slowly opening back up, but many are wondering whether or not it’s safe to go. Find out now.
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Mall of America in Minnesota Announces June 1st Opening

The Mall of America announced in mid-May that they will partially reopen on June 1st with retail stores, modified operating hours and limiting guests to 50% of capacity.
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7-Year-Old Throws Prom for His Babysitter After Hers Was Canceled Due to Coronavirus

After Rachel Chapman’s high school prom in North Carolina was canceled due to the coronavirus, the adorable seven-year-old she babysits decided to organize his own mini-celebration for her in his backyard.
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Frontline Nurse Reconnects with Firefighter Who Saved Her Life 37 Years Ago

A nurse working on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic finally reunited with the NYC firefighter who pulled her out of a burning building nearly forty years ago.
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10-Year-Old Uses Money Saved Up for Disneyland Trip to Feed Nurses, Docs Amid COVID-19 Crisis

With a trip to Disneyland out of the picture due to the pandemic, a 10 year-old from California decided to use her hard-earned money for the trip to feed doctors and nurses.
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1 in 5 Teachers Unlikely to Return When Schools Reopen in the Fall: Poll

Most people across the country expect schools to reopen in the fall, but a new poll found a handful of teachers, and students will likely not return.
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Tom Hanks Donates Plasma Again to Help With Coronavirus Research

Tom Hanks is doing everything he can to help with coronavirus research. A month after his last donation of plasma, the actor, who tested positive for COVID-19 in early March, once again donated his plasma. Read more.
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Video Shows Amazon Delivery Driver Praying Outside Home of Baby at Risk for COVID-19

In a viral video, an Amazon delivery driver was captured praying outside the home of an eight-month-old boy with a heart condition that is at-risk for contracting COVID-19.
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A Missouri Grocery Replaced Their Salad Bar With a Mini Liquor Bottle Bar

When a grocery store was forced to close its signature salad bar to reduce the risk of spreading the coronavirus, some of its employees got creative. The store replaced the salad bar with a mini liquor bottle bar.
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103-Year-Old Great-Great Grandmother Beats Coronavirus and Throws Back a Bud Light

Jennie Stenja, a 103-year-old woman from Massachusetts, celebrated her recent recovery from coronavirus by enjoying an ice cold Bud Light. Raise your glass!
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