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Can you get COVID-19 while standing in line?

In the coronavirus pandemic, standing in line at a grocery store may be stressful for some. Can you get COVID-19 while standing in line? Read for more details on RADIO.COM.
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Hoda Kotb opens up to Drew Barrymore about her 2007 cancer diagnosis

Hoda Kotb is revealing how she knew it was the right time to open up about her cancer diagnosis from over a decade ago. See what she had to say to the talk show host.
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Fauci: No national lockdown unless COVID-19 gets ‘really, really bad’

Due to COVID-19 cases increasing across the country, Dr. Anthony Fauci is not ready to support a national lockdown. Read more details on RADIO.COM.
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School of 600 students ordered to quarantine due to COVID-19 outbreaks

A high school in Mississippi ordered all of its 600 students to quarantine for 14 days due to a COVID-19 outbreak in the area. Read for more details on RADIO.COM.
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'Upwards of 10,000' people planned to attend wedding stopped by authorities

Authorities in New York stopped a wedding planned in Brooklyn next week that may have attracted “upwards of 10,000” people, officials said.
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CVS and Walgreens to offer free COVID vaccines to seniors in nursing homes

With dozens of coronavirus vaccines currently in the works, plans are being put into place to make sure some of the most vulnerable individuals get access to them once one or more is approved.
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14-year-old wins $25,000 for creating possible treatment for COVID-19

Anika Chebrolu, an eighth grader at Nelson Middle School in Texas won the 3M Young Scientist Challenge after she created a drug that could be a game changer in the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
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You can now get face masks that smell like fried chicken or bacon

Hormel Foods and Jack in the Box have unveiled face masks that’ll make your mouth water because they smell like some of your favorite foods: fried chicken and bacon. Find out how you can snag these aromatic masks now.
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Fauci warns COVID infection rates are too high: ‘You’re keeping the pandemic alive’

The uptick in positive coronavirus cases being reported in many states across the country has Dr. Anthony Fauci concerned as we head into winter. Read more!
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CDC study reveals the people less likely to wash their hands

More Americans are washing their hands than they did in 2019 according to a new study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, but there is one demographic that isn’t part of this pandemic-inspired trend. Read more!
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