Coronavirus

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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Resident doctor dies of coronavirus at 28 after treating COVID-19 patients

A 28-year-old resident doctor has died from COVID-19 after a two-month battle fighting the deadly virus. Read the tragic story on RADIO.COM for more details.
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Nursing homes required to reopen to visitors

After six months in lockdown, the federal government is now requiring many nursing homes to open their doors to visitors. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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11,000 travelers may have been exposed to COVID-19 on airplanes: CDC

A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that thousands of people may have been exposed to COVID-19 on airplanes.
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Walt Disney Co. officials ask CA Gov. Newsom for help to reopen Disneyland

In a virtual press conference on Tuesday, Walt Disney Co. officials indicated the company was ready to reopen Disneyland in Anaheim if the state would allow it.
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Cruise lines will require mandatory COVID testing for passengers and crew once sailing resumes in U.S.

Sailing the seas will come with a new list of mandatory rules. The Cruise Line International Association (CLIA) announced that it will mandate COVID tests for passengers and crew prior to boarding. Read on.
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Mom, 2-year-old son kicked off flight after toddler refuses to wear face mask

A mother explained her stressful time when she was kicked off an American Airlines flight after her 2-year-old son refused to wear a face mask.
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CDC study notes one passenger infected 15 others with COVID-19 on flight

A single passenger is reportedly responsible for spreading COVID-19 to 15 other people. According to a study published by the CDC on Friday, the COVID spread happened on a flight from London to Hanoi, Vietnam in March 2020.
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Coronavirus death toll in the U.S. tops 200,000

The U.S. toll for deaths resulting from COVID-19 surpassed 200,000 on Tuesday, according to new data from Johns Hopkins University. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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