Coronavirus

Man uses face mask to pick the lock of his handcuffs and escape police custody

34-year-old Joseph McLeod of Midvale, Utah allegedly called a couple of police departments in Oklahoma, threatening to kill their officers. The Unified Police Department of Greater Salt Lake did not take too kindly to these threats.
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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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The internet has a lot of hilarious thoughts about the name of newly approved COVID drug bamlanivimab

What does the latest coronavirus treatment drug bamlanivimab sound like to you? The internet has a lot of hilarious thoughts about the name. See the funny comparisons on RADIO.COM.
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Will concerts require vaccinations or coronavirus tests before returning?

Amid news a coronavirus vaccine will be distributed within the next year, Ticketmaster and Live Nation are mulling potential safety requirements for concert goers which include proof of vaccination, or negative COVID-19 testing.
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How to ease the stress of reshaping Thanksgiving traditions for COVID-19

The traditional Thanksgiving dinner, with lots of extended family members at the same table, is not going to happen this year for many. With the spread of COVID-19 discouraging large gatherings of people, many families are rethinking the big feast.
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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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See the 55th anniversary cast photo for 'Days of Our Lives'

The cast of “Days of Our Lives” came together (with the help of technology) in honor of the 55th anniversary of the show for a group photo. In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, they were unable to all gather safely in person.
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Americans find this to be the worst part of the holidays: Study

While the holidays usually bring a sense of hope and cheer to Americans, there’s one part of the whole ordeal that many people could do without, according to a recent survey.
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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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