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Coronavirus Daily Update: Nevada man becomes first in the US to catch COVID-19 twice

August 28, 2020 - COVID-19 relief negotiations stall as lawmakers fail to compromise
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Nevada man becomes first in the US to catch COVID-19 twice
A Nevada resident is thought to be the first person in the United States to be infected twice by the coronavirus, according to findings...
COVID-19 relief negotiations stall as lawmakers fail to compromise
WASHINGTON — Coronavirus aid negotiations continue to stall between lawmakers in Washington as millions of Americans face a financial breaking point amid the pandemic...
Kamala Harris promises national mask mandate if elected
The Democratic vice presidential nominee expanded on the three-month plan that Biden has promised to enact if he won the White House.
Insect repellent company warns: Don't use our products to kill COVID-19
Don't go Off-ing yourself just yet.
These celebs caught COVID-19: Alyssa Milano, Tom Hanks and more
These celebrities revealed they've had COVID-19. Hear dramatic coronavirus stories from Alyssa Milano, Bryan Cranston, Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson, and Idris Elba —...
Chicago seeks solution for outdoor dining during the winter, offers $5,000 prizes
Outdoor dining: It's all fun and games until it starts snowing on your burrito. As restaurants across the nation adapt to a new normal...
Musicians perform for ants after COVID-19 cancels festivals
What is this, a music festival for ants?
Consumer spending climbs less than 2 percent as COVID recovery slows
American consumers increased their spending by just 1.9 percent in July as the economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic lost some momentum.
Mayor de Blasio announces six more 'open streets' for outdoor dining
Six more NYC streets will close to car traffic to make way for outdoor eateries this weekend, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Friday.
German sex workers stage fake romps in X-rated coronavirus protest
German sex workers idled by the coronavirus pandemic let their positions be known – by simulating intercourse on an outdoor bed to demand the...
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