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DJ D-Nice Talks “Club Quarantine”

DJ D-Nice & Live Nation Urban Reunite For Club Quarantine Live At The Crypto.com Arena

DJ D-Nice sat down with The Breakfast Club, where he discussed “Club Quarantine” and how he got through the early days of the pandemic. [embedyt]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qhHe8Gtiaho[/embedyt] The beloved music maker says that he turned to playing music every night on Instagram as a means of staying connected with people while he …

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At-Home Coronavirus Tests Coming To CVS, Walgreens, And Walmart

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The Food and Drug Administration has approved at-home coronavirus tests, which will soon be available at major retailers without a prescription. Abbott Laboratories’ BinaxNOW coronavirus rapid test kits will soon be shipped to CVS, Walgreens, and Walmart locations. It will also be available online. The tests will retail for $23.99. …

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Woman Who Coughed On Cancer Patient Gets 30 Days In Jail

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The woman who went viral for coughing on a cancer patient during the thick of the coronavirus pandemic has received thirty days in jail. Debra Hunter was sentenced in Jacksonville, Florida, on Thursday. In addition to her jail stint, she must pay a $500 fine, undergo a mental health evaluation …

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CDC Says UK’s “Super-Covid” Is Now Dominant In The U.S.

Two Highly Transmissible South African Covid Variants Discovered in US

White House Officials revealed Wednesday that the UK‘s “Super Covid” variant is now said to be the dominant form of the coronavirus in the United States. According to The Daily Mail, CDC director Dr. Rochelle Walensky announced that the UK variant is now the most prevalent form of the virus …

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Vietnam Sentences Flight Attendant For Violating Country’s COVID-19 Guidelines; Attended English Classes And Mingled While He Was Supposed To Be Quarantined

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Vietnam sentenced a flight attendant for spreading the Coronavirus. According to the New York Post, a court in Vietnam gave 29-year-old Duong Tan Hau a two-year suspended jail term after they learned he was breaking the country’s COVID-19 guidelines and spreading the virus. On Tuesday, Hau was convicted of “spreading …

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We Outside Again!; American Airlines Reports 90% Increase In Bookings

American Airlines to Hire 400 People in Miami to Work From Home Full-Time as Travel Reservation Agents

American Airlines sees an uptick in sales after experiencing record low numbers during the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic. The Texas-based airline lost over $8.9 billion last year due to travel restrictions that were in place during the onset of the coronavirus outbreak. Luckily, American Airlines’ net bookings now stand at ninety …

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Congress Supports A Fourth Stimulus Check

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A fourth stimulus check could be in our future as the idea gains more support from Congress. Since the pandemic started, Americans have only been given three COVID-19 relief payments as millions have been unemployed. Many Americans received their third check officially on March 17, but several Democrats have been …

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New Studies Show Possible Link Between COVID-19 and Tinnitus

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You may have been hearing more of the term tinnitus lately, following the suicide of Texas Roadhouse founder and CEO Kent Taylor. But What is tinnitus, and how does it relate to COVID-19? Following a battle with COVID-19, Taylor experienced intensified tinnitus, so much so that it became unbearable for him. Taylor, 65, had just …

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Japan Bans International Spectators From Attending Summer Olympics

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Japan will not allow international spectators into the country for this summer’s Olympic and Paralympic Games amid coronavirus concerns, organizers announced on Saturday.  Reuters reports that some 600,000 Olympic tickets will be refunded, along with another 300,000 Paralympic tickets. Costs associated with hotel cancellations will not be covered. Organizers of the games are also considering …

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