Health

WATCH: Anti-Mask Protesters March Through Target Urging Customers to 'Take Off Your Mask'

’Take off your masks’ was the message a group of anti-mask protestors were hoping to get across at a Target in Florida. The maskless flash mob walked down the aisles of the store encouraging shoppers to stop wearing masks. See the video.
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2-Month-Old Dies of Coronavirus in Michigan

A 2-month-old infant in Michigan has become the youngest person ever to die from coronavirus, per the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.
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US Outlines Plans to Roll Out Free COVID-19 Vaccines for All Americans

The federal government has outlined plans that will make a coronavirus vaccine available for free to all Americans. Learn when and how the vaccine campaign is expected to launch on RADIO.COM.
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US Woman, 26, Accused of Spreading COVID-19 After Going on a Bar Crawl in Germany

An American woman in Germany is being accused of breaking quarantine rules to attend a bar crawl, which led to the spread of the novel virus in the Bavaria region. Read the full story now.
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Maine Wedding Linked to Deaths of 7 People Who Weren't in Attendance

A coronavirus outbreak at a Maine wedding held in August has been linked to the deaths of at least seven individuals, none of whom attended the event. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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Bartender's Nose Broken After He Is Sucker-Punched by Customer Refusing to Wear Mask

A San Diego bartender was violently attacked over Labor Day weekend by a customer outraged by the bar’s mask policy. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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Amazon to Hire 100,000 Workers Amid Increase in Online Sales During COVID-19

Amazon announced that it is planning to hire another 100,000 workers in the United States and Canada due to a significant increase in its online sales.
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Doctor Shares the 'Best Bet' to Beat COVID-19 This Fall

While experts express concern about a potential second wave of coronavirus cases, some physicians are urging the public to take one simple step that could manage the spread of COVID-19 this fall.
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Virus in Stomach, Digestive Tract Not a Cause for Concern Says Expert

A recent study suggests that the novel coronavirus can linger in the digestive tract even after the virus is no longer present in the lungs. See the details.
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Partying Reported at Several Universities as College Football Returns

As more and more coronavirus cases come up at colleges across the country, students are getting in trouble for hosting parties during the pandemic.
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