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Socially Distant Wedding Ends With Groom Losing His Ring

Marriage has a nice ring to it. But when a groom loses his wedding ring, things can get a little hairy. A socially distanced wedding ended with the groom losing his ring.
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City’s Proclamation Requiring Face Masks Amended After Threats of Violence

Last week an emergency proclamation was issued in Stillwater, Oklahoma, which required residents to wear face masks in restaurants and stores. The proclamation was amended after threats of violence.
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Tables Separated By Plexiglass and Other Ways Restaurants May Change Amid Coronavirus

Many people across the country are still under stay-at-home orders. Will you be separated by plexiglass? Experts are now explaining how restaurants will change.
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Coronavirus Survivor Credits Recovery to Experimental Drug Remdesivir

A coronavirus survivor is crediting his recovery to the experimental drug remdesivir. Though he was not part of the “at-risk” population for the virus, he was sick for several days and eventually developed bilateral viral pneumonia. See the details.
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Visualization Shows How Droplets From a Single Cough Can Infect Entire Airplane

With flights nearly empty and travelers putting travel itineraries on hold due to COVID-19, a new visualization is looking into the future on how flights may be.
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Can Coronavirus Spread in Pools?

While the coronavirus crisis still affects the global, having fun this summer may look different this year. Many people may be curious: Can coronavirus spread in pools?
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12-Year-Old Beats COVID-19: ‘I Wanted For It All to Stop’

Juliet Daly was just a typical, healthy 12-year-old when she contracted the coronavirus. The preteen is now speaking out on how she beat COVID-19.
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Nationwide Meat Shortage to Reach Peak Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Supermarket executives warn that a meat shortage could hit its peak next month with many stores facing elevated prices and empty shelves. See the details.
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How to Plan a Canceled or Postponed Wedding During the Coronavirus Pandemic

As engaged couples start prepping for the rest of their lives, the coronavirus is keeping them from planning. Experts weigh in on how to plan, cancel and postpone a wedding during COVID-19.
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30-Year-Old Teacher Dies of Coronavirus After Symptoms Were Dismissed as Panic Attack

Rana Zoe Mungin, a 30-year-old teacher in New York, died of COVID-19 after struggling to get treatment. The teacher’s symptoms were dismissed as a panic attack.
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