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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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Atlanta returns to Phase II of Reopening plan

Atlanta Returns to Phase II of Reopening

Effective immediately, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms says the city is moving back to Phase II of the Five Phase Reopening. Because of what Bottoms termed an “alarming” increase in COVID-19 cases in Georgia, she moved Atlanta back to Phase I in July.
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Why the Countdown to a Second Stimulus Check Really Begins on September 14

Summer is over, but the clock is still ticking on a new stimulus deal. And while another coronavirus relief package is already overdue, an urgent race to a second check truly begins starting next week.
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How to Check If You’re Ventilating Indoor Spaces Properly

There has been much discussion about how to properly ventilate and dilute air in indoor spaces in order to reduce transmission of the novel coronavirus through aerosols. But how do you check if your set-up is properly working?
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What’s in the Proposed ‘Skinny Stimulus’ Bill That May Go to Vote After Labor Day?

As Labor Day marks the end of summer, there is still no agreement on another stimulus bill. But Senate Republicans are hoping to bring to a vote a ‘skinny stimulus’ package soon after the holiday, according to a new report.
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Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson and His Family Recover From COVID-19

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson took to Instagram on Wednesday to reveal that he, his wife, and his two daughters, had all tested positive for coronavirus. They are now all healthy.
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CDC to States: Prepare to Distribute Potential COVID Vaccine Nov. 1

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has told governors and health officials to be ready to distribute a possible coronavirus vaccine this November, according to new reports.
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A New Offer May Have Brought Americans Closer to a Second Stimulus Check

Summer is almost over, and even though several crucial deadlines for a new coronavirus relief package have been missed, lawmakers may have just inched closer to a second stimulus deal.
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FDA Approves $5 Coronavirus Test That Doesn’t Require Special Equipment

The FDA has approved a rapid COVID-19 test that does not require special equipment and that will cost $5. The test, created by Abbott Laboratories, is the size of a credit card and uses the same technology as rapid strep and flu tests. Details here.
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