Coronavirus

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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Tinder Rolling Out 'Video Chat' Feature Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

You can now swipe right to video chat. The coronavirus pandemic has made it more difficult to meet people than ever before, which is why Tinder is rolling out a video chat option for virtual dating. Read more now.
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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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New Disney World Character Greetings Revealed Ahead of Reopening Amid Coronavirus

Many changes are expected at Walt Disney World when the park gates reopen on July 11, 2020 including how guests will interact with costumed characters. Read more to learn about the new protocols.
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Are Humans the Most Dangerous Animal at the Zoo Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic?

- Zoos are starting to reopen nationwide, as coronavirus restrictions ease, which means people will being returning to see all the animals. But the question is, is it safe? Find out now.
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Dunkin' Closing 450 Locations by the End of the Year

Dunkin’ is gearing up to shut down 450 locations by the end of the year. The closures will affect all stores located in Speedway gas stations, a partnership Dunkin’ announced it was terminating back in February. Read more!
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Study: COVID-19 Can Survive in the Air up to 16 Hours

A new study by Tulane University researchers suggests COVID-19 can stay infectious in the air for up to 16 hours. See the details of their findings.
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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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Poll: 1 in 3 Americans Want to Move to Less Populated Areas Because of Pandemic

A recent Harris Poll shows one-third of Americans, including older Americans, are considering moving to less populated areas because of the pandemic. But some experts suggest that may not be a good idea.
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Nick Cordero's Wife Says He May Need a Double Lung Transplant to Recover From COVID-19

Amanda Kloots is giving a health update on her husband, Nick Cordero, revealing that he would likely need a double lung transplant to heal from his lengthy battle with COVID-19. Read the full story now.
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