Health

Teacher Raises Money for Hand-Washing Station to Keep Students Safe Amid Pandemic

With schools reopening in many locations, many teachers are looking at ways to ensure their students are safe. A teacher from Florida raised money for a hand-washing sink during COVID-19.
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Remote Learning Tips for Going Back to School During the COVID-19 Pandemic

With COVID-19 still gripping the country, some teachers have to decide on new ways to keep themselves and students safe. Here are some remote learning tips for back to school.
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Rhode Island Removed From Travel Advisory List

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Alyssa Milano Says Coronavirus Is Making Her Lose Her Hair: 'Please Take This Seriously'

Alyssa Milano announced on Twitter that she is losing hair after she tested positive for COVID-19 antibodies. The ‘Who’s The Boss’ star posted a video.
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Connecticut Issues First $1,000 Fines To Travel Violators

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Police Break Up 'Pop-Up' Party With Nearly 300 Guests

Police in New Jersey had to break up another large house party attended by hundreds of young people over the weekend. Nearly 300 people were at the so-called ‘pop-up party’ on Sunday in Howell in Monmouth County.
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Physical Education Boosts Productivity for Students Learning Remotely, Expert Says

Many parents are already overwhelmed with how to keep their kids on track academically this fall. But one subject can actually improve students’ performance, concentration and mood while they are learning remotely.
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School Known for Crowded Hallway Photo Goes Remote After 9 Test Positive for COVID

A Georgia school that caught national attention after a student shared a photo of its crowded hallways has temporarily shifted to virtual learning after 9 individuals tested positive for coronavirus.
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Teacher Resigns to Protect Family From COVID-19

With COVID-19 still gripping the state, some teachers are having to decide between maintaining an income and maintaining their health. KRLD spoke to one woman who sacrificed her job for the health of her family.
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Lake of the Ozarks Mayor Defends Viral Videos of Crowded Parties

Lake of the Ozarks mayor defends viral videos of huge crowds… He says his town has had 9.1 million – which is more than the previous two years combined.
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