coronavirus

Disney pushes back more movies to 2021 including 'Black Widow,' 'West Side Story' amid pandemic

Disney’s highly-anticipated movies won’t be hitting the big screen anytime soon. The company has once again delayed several of their releases in an attempt to navigate the new moviegoing reality during the pandemic. Read more now.
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COVID-19 nasal spray provided 'unprecedented levels of protection' in study

One billion people around the world could get vaccinated for COVID-19 with a formula developed at the Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine.
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Walmart unveils online, in-store changes for Black Friday 2020

Walmart is preparing for the big shopping season differently due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more about the retail giant’s holiday shopping plans on RADIO.COM.
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There are thousands of strains of COVID-19

Scientists at Houston Methodist hospital sequenced the genomes of 5,085 strains from two outbreaks. The first wave occurred in early March and the, much bigger one took place in June.
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34-year-old mother of five battling leukemia hospitalized with COVID-19

After being diagnosed with leukemia earlier this year, a mother of five has revealed she’s tested positive for coronavirus. The 34-year-old social media influencer shared her story on Instagram.
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Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine enters late-stage trial testing

Johnson & Johnson, a COVID-19 vaccine candidate, just began Phase 3 trials in the United States. The company entered its late-stage trial testing.
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New push for $1,200 stimulus check offers hope: ‘Package is still needed’

On Tuesday, a renewed push from House Democrats led to a concession from White House officials that a new COVID-19 relief package ‘is still needed,’ and a display of willingness to find middle ground.
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Parents, teen face criminal charges after party forces school to go remote

Two parents and their teenagers in Massachusetts are facing criminal charges after hosting a party. The party forced a high school to delay reopening for in-person learning.
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COVID-19 or the flu? What parents need to know before sending kids to school

Tuesday marks the first day of fall, meaning the United States continues to inch closer to flu season in the midst of battling the coronavirus pandemic.
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Coronavirus pandemic has led to more calls to poison control centers around US

The coronavirus pandemic has led to more calls to poison control centers around the country. They jumped 20 percent between January and April compared to the same period last year.
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