COVID-19

Fauci orders takeout a few times a week: ‘I feel badly about restaurants losing business’

Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, has been continuously giving educated and reliable advice on the COVID-19 pandemic. The doctor said he orders takeout a few times a week.
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AAA predicts a 10% drop in Thanksgiving travel, largest dip since the Great Recession

It’s not that surprising, but high unemployment and fears of sickness ushered in by the pandemic is keeping most of us from traveling this Thanksgiving.
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Major distribution hurdles await as Pfizer vaccine requires extreme cold to work

There are all sorts of logistical obstacles to rushing a new coronavirus vaccine to the market, particularly a possible Pfizer vaccine. It requires extremely cold storage.
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Will children or pregnant women be able to get a coronavirus vaccine?

As people anxiously await new developments about potential COVID-19 vaccines, questions remain mainly on whether or not it will be sufficient. Will children or pregnant women be able to get a coronavirus vaccine?
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Kim Kardashian, Gwyneth Paltrow and more discuss COVID-19 in group call with Dr. Fauci

Kim Kardashian West, Gwyneth Paltrow and other celebrities spoke with Dr. Anthony Fauci in a Zoom call to discuss the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
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Eco-friendly Fall date ideas

Eco-friendly Fall dates that keep it sustainable real. Positive for both you and your honey as well as the planet. Plus COVID precaution friendly. #1Thing
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Pfizer says early data signals COVID-19 vaccine is 90% effective

Pfizer says an early look at data from its potential COVID-19 vaccine shows it to more than 90% effective, a result that is much better than expected if the trend continues.
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Is Disneyland Resort about to open part of its theme parks to the public?

After closing its doors at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, Disneyland Resort’s theme parks will partially reopen to the public later in November.
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Are grocery stores preparing for another shortage of essential items?

Due to the deadly virus, Americans stocked up on groceries to the point that there was a shortage of everyday household items like sanitizing products and toilet paper. Some chains are back to limiting essential items.
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Southwest Airlines may furlough employees for the first time ever

Southwest Airlines has notified one of its unions that it may have to lay off 42 workers in January. It would be the first time in the history of the Dallas based carrier that furloughs have happened.
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