17 Firefighters From Same Fire Department Test Positive for COVID-19

17 firefighters have tested positive at a Los Angeles Fire Department station that serves LAX. The number increased after initially reporting 14 firefighters had contracted the novel virus.
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Walt Disney World Requires Mask With 'Ear Loops' Or Ties

Many changes are expected at Walt Disney World when the park gates reopen on July 11, 2020. The Disney park is requiring face masks with ‘ear loops’ or ties.
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Mom and Newborn Baby With COVID-19 Wait 3 Months to Meet

Most new mothers can’t wait to hold their bundle of joy. But a Detroit woman had to wait three months before she could meet her daughter, after both contracted the coronavirus.
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United Airlines Warns It May Layoff 36,000 Employees Due to COVID-19 Pandemic

On Wednesday, United Airlines warned it may need to furlough nearly half of its workforce by the fall. United said 36,000 employees face being laid off due to the ongoing effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
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James Corden Explains How the Pandemic Changed His Approach to 'The Late Late Show'

James Corden’s late-night talk show has evolved amid the coronavirus pandemic for the better. Read more to find out what challenges he’s faced while filming remotely and what he likes better now.
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Expert Claims Americans Will Wear Face Masks for ‘Several Years’ Due to COVID-19

Health experts now say Americans will quite possibly have to wear their face masks for longer. An expert claimed that people will have to wear them for ‘several years.’
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Drew Barrymore Says 'Eating Clean' and Working Out Is Part of Her 'Journey'

Drew Barrymore is opening up about the importance of Pilates and eating clean for her physical and mental health during quarantine. She credits it with staying fit and being a good mom. Read more now.
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Will There Be a $40,000 Income Threshold for a Second Stimulus Check?

Officials are weighing several options for the form that a second round of COVID-19 relief could take. One possibility is giving checks to those who have “been hit the hardest,” according to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
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Reopened Amusement Parks Ban Screaming on Roller Coasters

As businesses begin to reopen, many are figuring out what the new normal will be once customers return. For a group of amusement parks, that means asking attendees to try a new way of expressing joy while at their parks.
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Teen Dies of Coronavirus After Parents Treated Her With Unapproved Drugs

At the end of June, a teenage girl in Fort Myers, Florida, died from complications of COVID-19. Her parents, both medical professionals, both treated her with an unapproved drug.
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