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Over 25,000 Deaths from Coronavirus in Nursing Homes, Federal Report Shows

The federal government has counted all of the nursing home deaths since the coronavirus pandemic started. Officials have counted nearly 26,000 nursing home deaths from COVID-19.
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Son of Paramedics Inspired to Create Lifesaving Protective Gear to Fight Coronavirus

Kentez Craig has been inspired by his parents, both paramedics, to help his community in the fight against coronavirus. He teamed up with faculty and students at Georgia Tech to design and build protective gear for first responders. Read more!
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Chick-fil-A Releases Dine-In, Drive-Thru Safety Guidelines as Locations Reopen

Restaurants and fast-food chains nationwide are beginning to re-open following a brief shutdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, and with the reopening’s come new dine-in, drive-thru, and to-go guidelines. Read more now.
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99-Year-Old Veteran Who Beat Coronavirus Attends Granddaughter’s Wedding

A 99-year-old veteran made sure nothing stood in his way of attending his granddaughter’s wedding. The grandfather recently beat coronavirus and still managed to surprise her on her big day. Read more.
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Here's What You'll Find at the 2020 Edition of 'Record Store Day'

As the uncertainty of returning back to normal shopping habits are still up in the air, Record Store Day has announced a trio of dates that will see some new and rare releases hit virtual shelves for music fans to scoop up.
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Should You Fly Yet? Here's What Experts Say

With the coronavirus pandemic being shadowed by George Floyd protests, many are stuck wondering how the various state reopenings and maintained social distancing guidelines should affect travel. Is it safe to fly yet?
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Coronavirus Survivor Receives $840,000 Medical Bill for Treatment

A Colorado native just spent several weeks in the hospital after beating and fighting COVID-19. The coronavirus survivor just received a $840,000 bill for his treatment.
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Doctors Waiting to See Impact of Gatherings on COVID-19 Infections

Amidst a weekend of national unrest, doctors are hoping that people do not forget about the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Joseph Chow, Medical Director of Western New York Immediate Care, speaks of the ramifications of protests on coronavirus rates.
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10-Year-Old Sends Art Kits to Kids Across Country as a Form of Therapy

On Chelsea Phaire’s 10th birthday last August, she launched her own charity, called Chelsea’s Charity. With the help of her family in Connecticut, she packs up kits of art supplies and sends them to kids across the country.
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These Are the States Most in Need of COVID-19 Aid

The coronavirus pandemic has consumed states’ resources at an unprecedented rate as they struggle to provide both medical and financial support to their residents, despite taking in far less tax revenue than usual.
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