Coronavirus

COVID-19 can result in irreversible lung damage requiring lung transplantation: Study

Researchers with Northwestern Medicine said COVID-19 can essentially destroy the fundamental framework of the lungs, rendering them irrecoverable, and lung transplantation is the only option for survival.
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Biggest bar night of the year has been canceled amid pandemic

Tonight is the night that bar goers traditionally look forward to – the night known as the biggest bar night of the year, and bar owners are wondering how they’ll move forward afterward.
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The average American would pay $305 for a normal, pre-COVID day: Survey

How much would you pay to experience a normal pre-COVID day? A survey commissioned by Capital One asked 2,000 Americans that very question, and found that the average American would pay around $305 for such an experience. More on RADIO.COM.
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PHOTO: Bar immediately closes after being packed with maskless crowds at reopening

A bar in Fort Lauderdale, Florida immediately had to shut its doors after being packed with maskless crowds at its official reopening. See the details.
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‘Time' cover star and superhero ER nurse Amy O'Sullivan on using radio to get by during hard times

Amy O’Sullivan’s heroism landed her on the cover of Time Magazine’s Top 100 Most Influential People and now she is talking with RADIO.COM’s Kelly Ford.
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Study suggests dog walkers 78% more likely to get COVID-19 in first lockdown

A study out of Spain found that walking your dog may increase your odds of getting COVID-10. Scientists from the Andalusian School of Public Health in Grenada sent a survey to more than 2,000 residents throughout Spain.
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Restaurant requires diners to take $50 rapid COVID-19 test before entering

City Winery at Pier 57 is launching a pilot program starting next Tuesday that will require patrons to take a rapid COVID-19 test before sitting down for dinner.
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Is delivering and sharing food safe this Thanksgiving?

Food is an important element to Thanksgiving, and this year, people are left wondering how to celebrate the holiday while keeping loved ones safe. Read the CDC’s guidelines on sharing and delivering food this turkey day on RADIO.COM.
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Zoom is getting rid of 40-minute time limit for meetings on Thanksgiving

Well, you can’t get out of seeing - virtually at least - those far-flung family members on Thanksgiving. Zoom made an announcement to help out people earlier this month.
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How to know if your supermarket is full before you go

If you need to venture out to pick up groceries and want to limit your amount of contact with other people, there’s a fast and easy way to found out in real-time how many people are at your supermarket. Learn more here.
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