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December 2, 2020 - NYC's COVID-19 infection rate nears 5 percent
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Health officials fear 'horrific' COVID-19 surge is about to get worse
Almost 37,000 Americans died of the coronavirus in November, a grim number that approached May's toll — and health officials are worried that the...
NYC's COVID-19 infection rate nears 5 percent
The Big Apple's coronavirus infection rate continues to surge and has now risen to levels not seen since May, according to city data released...
Trump will sign McConnell's skinny COVID-19 stimulus bill, Mnuchin says
WASHINGTON — President Trump is ready to sign a new, slimmed-down COVID-19 relief bill from Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin...
NY expects 170K doses of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine by mid-December
New York expects to receive its first 170,000 doses of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine from the federal government by mid-December, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday...
Scammers likely to make $3M tricking lonely pet lovers during COVID-19
Heartless scammers are tricking lonely pet lovers into buying animals that are never delivered, according to a watchdog. The isolation of the pandemic created...
LA comedian dies of COVID-19 days after documenting battle
A 38-year-old Los Angeles comedian died of COVID-19 — two days after posting a video admitting that he initially "doubted" the seriousness of the...
Gloria Estefan reveals she had COVID-19, is now recovered
"Fear was my biggest problem," Estefan said.
Sundance Film Festival going mostly virtual, will also host satellite screenings
The 2021 festival will run from Jan. 28 to Feb. 3.
Prince Harry: COVID-19 is what we get for messing with 'Mother Nature'
See the raindrop. Be the raindrop. The red-headed royal rebel begs you.
Suspects sought for assaulting bowling alley employees over mask rules
A group of customers at a Maryland bowling alley who refused to wear face masks assaulted two employees when they were asked to leave,...
 
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