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Doctors Waiting to See Impact of Gatherings on COVID-19 Infections

Amidst a weekend of national unrest, doctors are hoping that people do not forget about the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Joseph Chow, Medical Director of Western New York Immediate Care, speaks of the ramifications of protests on coronavirus rates.
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Healthy Choice Frozen Meals Recalled After Customers Found Rocks in Products

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has expanded its recall of some Healthy Choice frozen meals because the products may contain rocks. Find out which products here on RADIO.COM.
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U.S.-Canada Border Restrictions Extended Until June 21

Closure of the US-Canada border to non-essential travel has been extended once again, and will remain in effect until June 21. The decision was made jointly by both countries.
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Researchers Designing Mask That Would Glow When It Detects Coronavirus

Harvard and MIT researchers are designing a face mask that would detect the coronavirus. The mask would begin to glow when an infected person breathes, coughs, or sneezes into it. Find out more details now.
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Roy Horn of Siegfried & Roy Dies From Coronavirus at 75

Roy Horn of the legendary Las Vegas duo Siegfried and Roy has died from complications from coronavirus. He was 75. A spokesperson confirmed he died on Friday.
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101-Year-Old Born During 1918 Pandemic Recovers From Coronavirus

A woman born during the 1918 pandemic has survived COVID-19 at the age of 101. When she tested positive, her son wasn’t worried because he knew his mother was strong and still seemed young despite her age. Read on for more.
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California Schools Close For Rest Of Academic Year

Governor Gavin Newsom announced Wednesday that California schools would be closing for the remainder of the academic year. Newsom said that, based on the state's data about the coronavirus, it would be unwise to bring students back to schools in the near term.
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Santa Clara Health Officials Tighten Up Guidelines For Businesses

Santa Clara County officials have announced stricter guidelines for businesses, with social distancing now mandatory, to try to get an upper hand on the coronavirus.
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Bay Area Counties Extend Shelter In Place

Bay Area Counties Extend Shelter In Place

Millions of Bay Area residents will remain under shelter-in-place orders till May 1, San Francisco Mayor London Breed said Monday.
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Answers To Your Coronavirus Questions

KCBS Radio went to the experts to answer your most pressing questions about the coronavirus, how it spreads, and how you can best protect yourself from becoming infected. Anchor Stan Bunger posed listeners' questions to Dr. Art Reingold, Professor of Epidemiology at UC Berkeley Public Health, and...
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