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Man Who Called Coronavirus ‘Fake Crisis’ Loses Wife to COVID-19

A Florida man who was once skeptical about COVID-19 has lost his wife to the virus. Brian Hitchens, an Uber driver from the town of Jupiter first believed that COVID-19 was a “fake crisis.”
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More Than 550 Coronavirus Cases Reported at University of Alabama a Week Into the Semester

More than 550 people have tested positive for coronavirus at the University of Alabama. The spread of the novel virus on campus comes a week after classes began for the semester. Read more now.
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CDC Removes Its 14-Day Quarantine Recommendation for Travelers

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention just dropped their recommendation for people to quarantine for 14 days if they have traveled out of state and country.
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EDM Waterpark Party Draws Thousands in Wuhan, China

The Wuhan Maya Beach Water Park hosted an outdoor EDM concert offering a stark contrast to the situation the Chinese city found itself in earlier on this year. Organizers of the event restricted capacity to 50% from the normal size of 15,000.
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What Is Convalescent Plasma?

On Sunday evening, President Trump is expected to issue an emergency authorization on the use of convalescent plasma to treat COVID-19. Learn about the plasma-based therapy on RADIO.COM.
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Sharon Stone Shares Video of Her COVID-Positive Sister 'Gasping for Every Breath'

Sharon Stone has spoken out about her sister’s COVID-19 infection, criticizing individuals who do not wear face coverings as the reason for the diagnosis. She shared a video of her sister ‘gasping for breath.’ Read on now.
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University Goes Remote After 130 Additional Students Test Positive for COVID-19

UNC-Chapel Hill announced all of its undergraduate courses are switching to virtual instruction after another 130 students have tested positive for COVID-19.
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Grocery Store CEO Gives Out Her Number to Customers Refusing to Wear a Face Mask

Enforcing face masks has become an everyday task for grocery store and retailer workers. One supermarket CEO decided to take the burden off of her team and handle any and all mask disputes herself. Read more now.
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Aerosol Expert Says Neck Gaiters Provide Adequate Protection, After Viral Report Casts Doubt

An aerosol expert is casting doubt on reports that neck gaiters may be more harmful than wearing no face covering at all in preventing transmission of the coronavirus.
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University Quarantines Entire Sorority After 23 Members Test Positive for COVID-19

Fall semester classes at Oklahoma State University began on August 17. The entire Pi Beta Phi sorority needs to quarantine after 23 members tested positive for COVID-19.
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