Expert tells parents to brace for a contactless Christmas 2020 with 'Santa shields'

What role will — or can — Santa play in 2020, with a pandemic still glowing as intensely as Rudolph the reindeer’s nose? A firm that provides Santas has some ideas.
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Weekend getaways get more complicated with COVID-19 restrictions

If you were planning on taking a long Columbus Day holiday weekend getaway, there are some complications to consider this year. In this age of COVID-19, you could face restrictions and quarantines going out of state and then coming back home.
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Disney fans donate almost $50,000 to food bank to help laid off park employees

Tom and Sarah Bricker, a couple who runs a Disney blog, wanted to take action and help when they heard the news about Disney employees. Disney fans have donated almost $50,000 to a food bank.
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COVID-19 vaccine trial participants report severe fevers, aches: 'It hurt to even just lay in my bedsheet'

A few participants in COVID-19 vaccine trials have reported some intense yet fleeting side-effects. Five participants reported high fever, body aches, headaches, and exhaustion after getting the shot. See more now.
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Did a second stimulus check just get put on hold until after Nov. 3?

As Americans patiently wait on the status of a possible second stimulus check amid the pandemic, a new update may have put another direct payment on hold until after Nov. 3.
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6-year-old boy undergoes 2 bone marrow transplants amid COVID pandemic, reunites with family

A 6-year-old boy with a rare combination of cancers has been in the fight of his life since October. He underwent two bone marrow transplants while isolated in the hospital before finally reuniting with his family. Read on.
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Here's what you need to know about Walmart's Big Save event

As the holiday sale season begins to kick off, Walmart has announced huge deals on services and products. Here is what you need to know about Walmart’s Big Save event.
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Why Fauci says he’s 'disturbed and concerned' over new COVID-19 cases

Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, has been giving educated and factual advice when it comes to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Facebook removes post by Trump claiming COVID-19 'less lethal' than the flu

Facebook has removed a post from President Donald Trump claiming that COVID-19 is less lethal than the seasonal flu. The President posted the same message on Twitter. Although the post remains live, Twitter added a warning label.
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The challenges of starting the school year during the COVID-19 pandemic

Over the next few weeks, KYW Newsradio is taking a look at the impact of COVID-19 on education. But first: a look back the beginning of the planning process. How did we get here?
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