Teen Sesame Place Employee Punched in Face in Mask Dispute

Police in Pennsylvania are looking for a man who allegedly punched a teen Sesame Place employee after being told to wear a face covering. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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New Research Suggests Some Face Coverings May Cause More Harm Than Good

New research suggests some face coverings may cause more harm than good. A Duke University study shows that some bandanas and neck tubes create smaller airborne droplets that could hang in the air longer.
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Police Break Up 'Pop-Up' Party With Nearly 300 Guests

Police in New Jersey had to break up another large house party attended by hundreds of young people over the weekend. Nearly 300 people were at the so-called ‘pop-up party’ on Sunday in Howell in Monmouth County.
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Physical Education Boosts Productivity for Students Learning Remotely, Expert Says

Many parents are already overwhelmed with how to keep their kids on track academically this fall. But one subject can actually improve students’ performance, concentration and mood while they are learning remotely.
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School Known for Crowded Hallway Photo Goes Remote After 9 Test Positive for COVID

A Georgia school that caught national attention after a student shared a photo of its crowded hallways has temporarily shifted to virtual learning after 9 individuals tested positive for coronavirus.
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Dentists Taking Necessary Precautions to Ensure Patient Safety

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to take its toll on reopening and a return to “normal,” many are still worried about visiting seemingly high-contagion spaces like the dentist’s office.
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Man Dies After He Was Stabbed for Telling Other Man to Mask Up

A man who was stabbed after telling another man to mask up in a Michigan convenience store has died. According to a close friend of the 77-year-old victim, Duncan died at Sparrow Hospital weeks following the attack at a Quality Dairy in Windsor Twp.
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Thousands of Crew Members Still on Cruise Ships Months After Start of Pandemic

Thousands of crew members are stuck on cruise ships and are unable to go home. Some are no longer employed but because of travel restrictions, are unable to disembark and return to their home countries.
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NHL Announces Zero New Positive COVID-19 Test Results Inside League Bubbles

Since the National Hockey League entered its two bubble cities in the Return To Play plan on July 26, there have been zero positive COVID-19 cases to emerge with its players.
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Subways Can Filter Air Better Than Office Buildings, Schools: Report

A new report from the New York Times published Monday showed subway cars circulate and filter air better than office buildings and schools.
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