Couple Requires All Wedding Guests Be Tested for COVID-19, Hires Nurse to Monitor Event

When one bride walks down the aisle at the Missouri Botanical Garden, a nurse practitioner will be standing by. Read about a Missouri couple that is ramping up safety guidelines at their wedding on RADIO.COM.
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Will Bikefest at Lake of the Ozarks Become a Superspreader Like Sturgis Motorcycle Rally?

Despite the influx of COVID cases following the Sturgis motorcycle rally, a gathering of thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts was given the green light at Lake of the Ozarks. Read about the concerns that it’ll become a superspreader.
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Pastor Who Told Congregation Not to Wear Masks Now Hospitalized in ICU With COVID

A pastor who told his congregation that they are not required to wear face masks during church services has contracted COVID-19. Paul Van Noy and his wife both tested positive for the novel virus. Read more now.
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Southwest Flyers Get More Room This Upcoming Thanksgiving Travel Season

As the busy Thanksgiving travel season fast approaches, travelers flying Southwest Airlines will get extra room on their flight for a bit while longer.
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More Than 2,000 Texas Students Have Tested Positive for COVID-19 Since Start of School Year

More than 2,000 Students Have Tested Positive for COVID-19 Since Start of School Year. The Texas Department of State Health Services and Texas Education Agency have launched a website for families to track the number of cases of COVID-19.
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Original 'Coyote Ugly' Bar Closing Amid COVID: 'We Simply Can’t Afford to Pay the Rent'

The Coyote Ugly bar in NYC, made famous by the 2000 film of the same name starring Piper Perabo, Tyra Banks and Maria Bello, is closing after nearly 28 years in business because of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Why Temperature Checks in Schools May Not Be Effective in Stopping Spread of COVID-19

Body temperature checks have been seen as an advanced way to help curtail the transmission of COVID, but some medical experts are warning they may not be effective and could be giving parents, teachers and students a false sense of security.
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Thousands Told to Pay Back Pandemic Unemployment Payments

Imagine losing your job during the pandemic, getting unemployment insurance payments to help you stay afloat… then getting a notice months later that you had to repay to government. A lot of people in Louisiana don’t have to imagine it.
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Are Face Masks Really More Effective Than a Vaccine?

CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield raised eyebrows Wednesday when he suggested that face masks may be more effective than a vaccine. One infectious disease expert tells KCBS Radio the claim could be dangerous.
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Carnival Cruises Cancels Trips Into Spring 2021, Announces Sale of Some of its Fleet

Carnival Cruise Line’s won’t be setting sail anytime soon as the coronavirus pandemic continues to take a chunk out of its business. The company announced it is canceling voyages into the spring of 2021. Read the full story.
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