coronavirus

COVID-19 can remain infectious on phone screens, money for nearly a month: Study

A new study has found that the virus that causes COVID-19 is able to survive and remain infectious on a variety of surfaces, including glass, stainless steel, and banknotes, for 28 days. Find out more information on RADIO.COM.
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The Academy will allow films to be screened at drive-ins to qualify for 2021 Oscars

With many movie theaters still closed due to COVID-19, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced it will allow drive-in screenings to help films qualify for the 2021 Oscars.
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Foo Fighters, Dave Matthews, and more get together to 'Save Our Stages'

Some of the biggest acts from across the musical spectrum are coming together to bring epic live performances into fans’ homes as part of the Save Our Stages Festival, taking place October 16-18 on YouTube.
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Decorations, candy, moldy pumpkins: How to keep your pets safe during Halloween

Halloween could be a real scary time of year for your pets. Candy, costumes and even old pumpkins could be harmful if ingested, and unfortunately, choking and poisoning hazards are all around this time of year.
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Macaulay Culkin shares photo wearing iconic ‘Home Alone’ face mask

Macaulay Culkin is setting an example of how to stay healthy amid the coronavirus pandemic by offering his fans a little nostalgia. The 40-year-old shared a selfie decked out in a “Home Alone” face mask.
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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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Despite the police and pandemic, this bar can't quit karaoke - and it cost them

According to the New York Post, a karaoke bar WeGo KTV in Queens was busted for the third time in a month for disregarding New York’s coronavirus laws.
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Man creates 'candy cannon' for socially distant trick-or-treating

One man is getting creative with how he plans on enabling children to safely trick-or-treat amid the coronavirus pandemic…but is it for real? See the details.
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Second stimulus check: Will a $1,200 direct payment be issued in October?

Lawmakers continue to discuss a new COVID-19 relief deal and whether Americans will receive a second round of stimulus checks. Will you get a $1,200 direct payment in October?
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Easier, faster and cheaper COVID-19 test becoming available worldwide

The World Health Organization is rolling out a new test that can show whether someone has the virus in about 15 minutes. The rapid antigen test is as simple as spitting on a piece of paper and waiting for it to change color.
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