coronavirus

Study: Hand sanitizer harming kids' eyes

In public spaces there are hand sanitizer stations everywhere to help encourage people to take a pump to avoid spreading the coronavirus but a new study indicates those stations are harming kid’s eyes.
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Holocaust survivor, 97, takes first steps after 'miraculous recovery' from COVID-19

Lily Ebert, a 97-year-old Auschwitz survivor, is enjoying a “miraculous recovery” from coronavirus, her grandson announced on social media. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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Your favorite music venue could soon be a COVID-19 vaccination site

Live Nation and AEG have teamed up with the National Independent Venue Association and other organizations to pen a letter to President Biden and Vice President Harris to offer their venues to aid in getting Americans vaccinated.
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109-year-old woman believed to be oldest COVID-19 vaccine recipient in her state

Elzora Costello, 109, was first in line for vaccinations at 8:30 a.m. Monday at the Luther Village senior residential community. She was one of the community’s 750 residents and 60 staff members scheduled to be vaccinated by Wednesday.
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Getting help via 911 may take 2-3 minutes longer now

The coronavirus pandemic has seemingly touched every aspect of every day life, but one downfall that you may not have expected is the increase in 911 call wait times.
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Hospital workers announce engagement while getting COVID vaccine: 'It just felt that extra special'

Two healthcare workers in Boston have dual reasons to celebrate: they’re vaccinated and engaged! After getting their COVID-19 vaccines together, the couple announced the big news. Read the heartwarming story now.
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Hotel industry continues to face COVID challenges, full recovery not expected until 2024

The American Hotel & Lodging Association recently released its State of the Hotel Industry 2021 report, examining the economics of recovery after the industry experienced the “worst year on record” in 2020.
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Frontier Airlines passenger told he should be on no-fly list after complaining about a sick passenger

A flight attendant with Frontier Airlines reportedly told a passenger that he “should be on a no-fly list” after the man complained about another traveler who was coughing.
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Dr. Fauci says doubling up on masks 'makes common sense' and is 'more effective'

White house advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci is confirming what many people have suspected for some time – two masks are indeed better than one – particularly since more virulent strains of COVID-19 emerges across the globe.
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COVID-19 mutations complicate efforts to slow the spread

Health officials around the world remain troubled by mutations of the novel coronavirus. British researchers now believe a variant first discovered in the UK is not only more transmissible but also more deadly.
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