Coronavirus

Face masks meant to curb the spread of the coronavirus are hindering communication for the hearing impaired.

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With the help of a major lobbying push, gyms across the country are likely to be among the first nonessential businesses allowed to reopen in America, despite the ongoing coronavirus epidemic.

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Swiss food giant Nestle reported its best quarterly sales growth in nearly five years on Friday as consumers stockpiled such items as Purina pet food, Nescafe coffee and frozen meals in preparation for coronavirus lockdowns.

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Despite a predicted drop in demand, Apple is planning on upping iPhone production by 4 percent year-over-year through March 2021, according to a report.

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Beginning Monday, April 27, CBS’ daytime dramas “The Young and the Restless” and “The Bold and the Beautiful” will begin airing repeat episodes amid the continuing coronavirus production shutdown, but with a fun twist.

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A Queens trio was arrested and charged with price-gouging for allegedly capitalizing on coronavirus panic by selling life-saving R95 respirators for 10 times the price, officials said.

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President Trump on Monday repeated his insistence that states are responsible for coronavirus testing

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The SATs been cancelled through August and could be administered remotely if schools stay shuttered through the fall, officials said Wednesday.

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Coronavirus could push back the creation and release of new emojis for your phone.

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An Amazon operations manager became the first known employee of the e-commerce giant to die of the coronavirus, according to new reports.

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As a new mom to 3-month-old daughter Raddix, Cameron Diaz said this week that she has “kinda been living a quarantine life anyhow” even before the coronavirus pandemic.

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The feds have delivered stimulus checks to millions of Americans, but millions more who are still waiting can follow some simple steps to get their money faster.

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More than 10,000 people have died of coronavirus in New York City, including over 3,700 cases where someone never made it to a hospital, the city’s Health Department announced Tuesday.

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Let’s say you own a house and have a mortgage. And you’ve been laid off, furloughed, had your pay cut or your hours reduced at work because of the coronavirus panic.

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World

Infected: 981.221

Cured: 204.605

Deceased: 50.230

Spain

Infected: 110.238

Cured: 26.743

Deceased: 10.096

Italy

Infected: 115.242

Cured: 18.278

Deceased: 13.915

China

Infected: 81.589

Cured: 76.408

Deceased: 3.318

EEUU

Infected: 225.998

Cured: 10.265

Deceased: 5.311