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Man Volunteers to Be Injected With COVID-19 to Help Speed Vaccine

A 23-year-old man has volunteered to help others by allowing himself to be injected with COVID-19, in the hopes of speeding up a vaccine for the virus.
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‘Costco Karen’ Throws Temper Tantrum Over Being Asked to Wear Face Mask

A ‘Costco Karen’ threw a massive tantrum for being told to wear a face mask. The woman decided to create a sit-in-protest after refusing to wear a mask.
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Woman Used Her Stimulus Check to Make 400 Lasagnas for Her Neighbors

Many people have used their stimulus checks for paying bills and living costs, but one woman in Washington is doing something unique. She used her check to make lasagna.
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‘Bunny Ebola’ Virus Is Killing Thousands of Rabbits Across U.S.

There is now a highly-contagious virus burning through domestic and wild rabbit populations across at least seven states. It’s been dubbed “bunny ebola,” but its real name is rabbit hemorrhagic disease.
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What Activities Are Safe and Unsafe on 4th of July During Coronavirus?

If you have Independence Day plans this year, it may be worth doing a risk assessment. Here’s a list of popular Fourth of July activities and safety factors to consider for each one.
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300 Kids in Texas Child Care Centers Test Positive for COVID-19

More than 300 children in child care centers in Texas have tested positive for COVID-19. There were 950 reported positive cases of COVID-19 — 307 children and 643 staff members — at 668 child care locations.
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Couple Married for 53 Years Die of COVID-19 While Holding Hands

With new hotspots for COVID-19 happening across the country, a Texas couple who had been married for over 50 years died of the deadly virus.
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Coronavirus: Dr. Fauci Says Drinking at Bars Should Stop ‘Right Now’

As the country sees spikes in coronavirus cases, the risk of contracting COVID-19 has increased in a bar setting, and Dr. Anthony Fauci agrees.
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Scientists Seeing Lung Damage in Asymptomatic COVID-19 Patients

Scientists at Scripps Research Institute in San Diego have found that even the lungs of asymptomatic patients with COVID-19 showed lung damage. The scientists say this is the reason more testing needs to be done.
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Resort on Coronavirus-Free Bahamas Island Costs $300,000 per Month

If you’re looking to get away from coronavirus hotspots, you can travel to one island for a hefty price. A resort on a coronavirus-free Bahamas island costs $300,000 per month.
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