COVID-19

Do Blow Dryers Spread Germs in Hair Salons?

While you’re in quarantine, you may be thinking about how relaxing it is to get hair blown out at your local hair salon. Do blow dryers spread germs in hair salons?
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Disney Parks to Implement Mask Requirements, Plexiglass Dividers, and Temperature Checks

The ‘happiest place on Earth’ is going to feel like a different place when Disney parks in the United States finally reopen. Disney Parks just revealed its proposed safety protocol for a ‘phased reopening.’
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Could Mouthwash Prevent Transmission of Coronavirus? Scientists Urge New Research

A new report suggests that mouthwash may have the potential to destroy COVID-19 by killing the virus before it can infect human cells. Scientists are calling for more research to see if it prevents the novel virus. Read more now.
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WHO Warns It Could Take Up to 5 Years to Get Coronavirus Under Control

Experts believe that the coronavirus pandemic is here to stay for the next few years. Dr. Soumya Swaminathan, the World Health Organization’s chief scientist believes it might last up to 5 years. Read more now.
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'COVID-19 Surcharge': Can Diners Expect Extra Fees on Restaurant Bills During the Pandemic?

A sushi restaurant in West Plains, Missouri, has recently added a ‘COVID-19 surcharge’ to help manage costs during the coronavirus pandemic. Read more about the response from customers and social media users.
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McDonald's Is Preparing to Reopen — But With These Major Changes, According to Internal Document

McDonald’s is asking restaurant owners throughout the country to make dozens of changes to ease coronavirus concerns before reopening their dining rooms.
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Delta Will Retire All Boeing 777 Aircraft Due to Coronavirus

Delta plans to retire its 18 widebody Boeing 777s by the end of 2020 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Ed Bastian, the CEO of the company, shared the message on his official Twitter page.
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T.J. Maxx and Marshalls Reopen Websites for Online Shopping

In late March, T.J. Maxx and Marshalls shuttered both in-person and online stores due to the coronavirus pandemic. As they gear up to open select stores, ecommerce sites are up and running but they are limited. Find out more now.
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Is It Safe to Hug a Relative You Haven't Been Quarantining With?

If you’re missing human touch during self-isolation, you’re not alone. Is it safe for a person to hug a relative you have not been quarantining with?
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ER Nurse Documents Life in Coronavirus: ‘Almost Jealous’ of Those Who Don’t Work in Hospitals

Many nurses and doctors around the world are making substantial personal sacrifices to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic. An ER nurse is documenting her life during the coronavirus.
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