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Coronavirus

  1. no please
    Why, Comic Con, Why?It’s happening … in Los Angeles, at least.
  2. coronavirus
    There Are Now More Than 7 Million COVID Cases in the U.S.And experts predict the death toll could reach 378,000 by the end of the year.
  3. whelp
    You Already Knew This, But Halloween Is CanceledThe CDC’s holiday guidance warns against trick-or-treating and indoor parties.
  4. ask a boss
    ‘My Boss Wants Us On Zoom All Day Long’Decent bosses know that monitoring isn’t the same as managing.
  5. covid-19
    The CDC Reversed Its Controversial Testing RecommendationAfter considerable outcry, the CDC now says asymptomatic people do need to be tested after exposure to COVID-19.
  6. coronavirus
    The White House Stopped the USPS From Sending Out Free MasksAccording to an infuriating new report from the Washington Post.
  7. coronavirus
    What’s Going on With School Reopenings?As many schools try to resume in-person classes, we’re seeing more and more Covid outbreaks.
  8. why though
    The Anti-Maskers Are at It AgainPer this harrowing footage of a “flash mob” staged at a Florida Target.
  9. health
    At least 175 COVID-19 Cases and 7 Deaths Linked to a Single Wedding ReceptionMany of those infected didn’t even attend the event, but contracted COVID-19 from a guest.
  10. ask a boss
    ‘How Am I Supposed to Network in a Pandemic?’Be specific, show you’ll use the other person’s time well, and be appreciative
  11. huh
    This Anti-Mask Rally Is Beyond ParodyUnfortunately, you simply cannot make this stuff up.
  12. covid-19
    A 28-Year-Old Teacher Has Died From CoronavirusThe recent deaths of a number of teachers have intensified fears around school reopenings.
  13. face masks
    Time to Master Your SmizeTurns out Tyra Banks unknowingly invented the best way to smile in a mask.
  14. back to school
    You Could Get Us All Sent HomeCollege students have been left to police each other for COVID infractions, fostering a climate of paranoia, finger-pointing, and mistrust.
  15. coronavirus
    New York City Will Resume Indoor DiningCuomo said restaurants can reopen at 25 percent capacity at the end of the month.
  16. pets
    Do You Know Your Dog Better Now?Seventy percent of cat and dog owners say they’ve gotten to know their pets better as a result of COVID-19 lockdowns.
  17. celebrity
    Oh No, Robert Pattinson Has COVIDAnd is currently isolating “in accordance with established protocols.”
  18. hairy situations
    What’s All This Drama Over Nancy Pelosi’s Hair?The House Speaker broke coronavirus protocol at a hair salon. She says she was “set up.”
  19. covid-19
    No, the CDC Is Not Overcounting COVID-19 DeathsA viral statistic falsely claims that only 6 percent of reported deaths were actually caused by the virus. Here’s what it gets wrong.
  20. covid-19
    Bad News for Those of Us Who Are Loud As HellNew research shows that talking quietly could reduce virus transmission by 80 percent.
  21. coronavirus
    Colleges Are Suspending Students for PartyingAs universities resume in-person classes, you have to wonder: What did they expect?
  22. covid-19
    Can You Get the Coronavirus Twice?This week, researchers confirmed the first cases of COVID-19 reinfection. Here’s what we know.
  23. coronavirus
    What Is Convalescent Plasma Treatment for COVID-19?The FDA issued an emergency-use authorization for convalescent plasma in treating COVID-19. Here’s what we know.
  24. oops
    The Biebers Threw an Illegal Pandemic PartyJustin and Hailey reportedly hosted a bunch of their famous, mask-free friends.
  25. health
    It’s Not Too Early to Get a Flu ShotAnd it’s more important this year than ever.
  26. schools
    You Thought Zoom (School) Couldn’t Get Any WorseDistricts across the country are still enforcing one of the most widely resented school rules: dress codes.
  27. education
    Colleges Are Already Seeing Huge COVID OutbreaksThree schools have switched from in-person classes to remote learning, just days into the fall semester.
  28. coronavirus
    Reopening Gyms Seems Like a Bad IdeaTransmission in New York remains low, but for how long?
  29. coronavirus
    23 Sisters in One Sorority Have Tested Positive for CoronavirusYet another ominous sign as universities bring students back to campus.
  30. health
    Hamptons Parties, Now With 30-Minute COVID Testing at the DoorWhile many New Yorkers have to wait up to two weeks for their results, the wealthy are getting rapid tests outside of private events.
  31. burning questions
    Which Mask Is the Best Mask?A new study suggests that certain face coverings may be worse than none at all.
  32. explainer
    What We Know About Kids and the CoronavirusAnd why the question of when to reopen schools is among the most challenging of the pandemic.
  33. power
    The Devastating Impact of the COVID Abortion Ban in TexasClinics reported a surge in later abortions after the ban was lifted, and some patients had to travel hundreds of miles to neighboring states.
  34. coronavirus
    The Coronavirus Was Found on Frozen Chicken WingsChinese authorities say the meat was imported from Brazil.
  35. coronavirus
    School Reopenings Are Not Going WellMany districts that have resumed in-person classes are already seeing outbreaks.
  36. coronavirus
    What We Know About Long-Term COVID-19The coronavirus can be deadly or symptomless — but for a growing number of people, it can also be long-term, with confounding symptoms.
  37. florida
    Sheriff, Your Mustache Will Not Protect You from the CoronavirusIn more stupefying news, a law-enforcement official in Florida has banned masks from his office.
  38. social distancing
    Oh Great, a Giant, Maskless Smash Mouth ConcertOver the weekend, thousands of people gathered at a biker festival in South Dakota with no social-distancing measures in place.
  39. coronavirus
    What Will a Second Lockdown Look Like?Some cities and countries that have reopened businesses and schools have had to close again after COVID-19 outbreaks. Will that happen here?
  40. too soon
    9 COVID Cases Reported at High School Where Images of Packed Halls Went ViralAt least six students and three teachers at Georgia’s North Paulding High School have tested positive for the coronavirus.
  41. romance
    This Is the Romantic Gesture of QuarantineTake your date to the movies without leaving home.
  42. back to school
    ‘I Don’t Want to Make My Mom Sick’Kids talk about their fears and hopes for returning to school.
  43. back to school
    No One Knows What to Do About SchoolParents discuss virtual learning, face shields, and the challenges of a new semester.
  44. back to school
    ‘I Think of Little Fingers Wiping Snot on My Shirt’Teachers discuss their back-to-school anxieties.
  45. dystopia
    Now Kids Are Being Suspended for Posting Photos of Their Crowded SchoolTwo Georgia students say they were disciplined for complaining publicly about their crowded high school.
  46. work life balance
    Yes, the Already-Endless Workday Is Now Even LongerAccording to a new study, people are working longer hours and going to more meetings.
  47. coronavirus
    Turns Out People Don’t Want to Go to Disney WorldIt doesn’t matter whether businesses reopen if consumers don’t feel safe — or can’t afford — patronizing them.
  48. celebrity
    FKA Twigs Is Raising Pandemic Funds for Sex Workers“I feel like now is the time for me to step forward, pay respect, and shine a light.”
  49. first person
    How the Hell Are Working Parents ‘Doing This’?I ask myself every day.
  50. unemployment
    Things Are Going to Get So Much WorseThe policies that have barely kept Americans afloat are coming to an end. What will we do now?
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