coronavirus

Outbreak leads to more than 300 people exposed to COVID-19 at wedding

Health officials in Washington state are urging more than 300 people to quarantine after attending a wedding. Read the latest details on RADIO.COM.
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Hallmark gives away 1 million 'gratitude cards' to thank educators for 'vital role' during pandemic

Beginning on Nov. 17, Hallmark will be giving away 1 million cards to help thank our teachers, school administrators, school staff, bus drivers, and all other educators who are working amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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Teacher continues online classes with students hours after surgery

Just a few hours after undergoing a medical procedure and still in the hospital recovering, teacher Stephany Hume from Garland ISD’s Sewell Elementary in Sachse got right back to work, connecting with her students online.
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Study shows 'promising signs' that mouthwash may help kill COVID-19

Scientists at Cardiff University have uncovered “promising signs” that mouthwash may help kill COVID-19 – the study has not been peer reviewed or yet been published in a journal.
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Study shows that masks 'dramatically reduce the risk of contracting COVID-19'

A new study by William Beaumont Hospital of its own staff – billed as one of the nation’s largest studies of the coronavirus antibody – shows that masks play a vital role in the protection of people against the disease.
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Nurse: Some positive patients deny COVID-19 exists right up until death

An emergency room nurse from South Dakota has come forth with a detailed account of her experience working in the intensive care unit, caring for patients who tested positive for coronavirus.
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June Diane Raphael posts text from COVID doctor that quickly went viral

June Diane Raphael, known for her appearances in shows like “Grace and Frankie” and “New Girl,” took to Twitter with a heart-wrenching text from her best friend, a pulmonary and critical care doctor, that quickly went viral.
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American Red Cross urging blood donations amid COVID-19 pandemic, upcoming holidays

The American Red Cross is urging healthy donors of all blood types to band together to give blood or platelets and help ensure a stable blood supply for patients this holiday season.
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Can animals give you COVID? Experts weigh in

Can animals give you COVID? At the onset of the pandemic, scientists speculated that the novel virus first infected humans via cross-species transmission from a bat. But can other animals give you the virus? Find out what experts are saying.
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About 40 percent of Americans will gather in groups of 10 or more this holiday season, study says

As state officials and health experts are warning against holiday gatherings amid the coronavirus pandemic, roughly 40 percent say they will attend gatherings of 10 or more. See more from the study now.
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