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Jan 26, 2021

A COVID-19-Blocking Nasal Spray Could Be Available This Summer

As the coronavirus vaccine continues to be distributed across the world in an effort to control the global pandemic, there is a new development that could be available over the counter by the summer. According to The Telegraph, a nasal...

Jan 22, 2021

Johnson & Johnson Eyeing 100M Vaccines in United States By April

The coronavirus pandemic continues to impact the everyday lives of people across the world, but as vaccines become more widely available there is hope that COVID-19 could be under control in a matter of months. Johnson & Johnson is going...

Jan 22, 2021

Tokyo Olympics Officials Still Focused On Hosting Postponed Games

The 2020 Tokyo Olympics were called off due to the coronavirus pandemic, with the hopes of hosting the Summer Games later in 2021. That plan, however, appeared to be in jeopardy after a report from the Times of London which...

MMA Legend Fedor Emelianenko Hospitalized With COVID-19

Mixed martial arts legend Fedor Emelianenko has been hospitalized with COVID-19. On Thursday, Emelianenko, who many consider the greatest heavyweight in the sport’s history, took to social media to announce that he contracted the virus and provided a health update....

Jan 21, 2021

Disneyland Ends Annual Pass Program Amid COVID-19 Pandmemic

Disneyland continues to feel the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. This week, the California theme park announced that it would be canceling its long-running annual pass program due to COVID-19 concerns. Those who had passes that were useless due to...

Jan 15, 2021

United States Sets New Single-Day Record For COVID-19 Deaths

The United States continues to deal with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. While some countries across the world are instituting new lockdowns, the United States has seen another grim record set. According to the New York Post, the U.S. has set...

Jan 13, 2021

Jan 12, 2021

WHO Says COVID-19 Herd Immunity Unlikely to Happen in 2021

COVID-19 continues to impact our everyday lives. While the coronavirus pandemic continues, vaccines have become more widely available in an effort to stop help the spread of the virus. Unfortunately, herd immunity may not be achieved in 2021. Recently, World...

Jan 6, 2021

Grammy Awards Have Been Postponed Due to COVID-19

The 2021 Grammy Awards have been postponed due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. This week, the Recording Academy announced the 63rd Grammy Awards ceremony will be postponed until March 14. “After thoughtful conversations with health experts, our host and artists...

Jan 5, 2021

Boston University Basketball Players Wear Masks During Game

Boston University implemented a new rule amid the coronavirus pandemic that requires student-athletes to mask up even when they are on the court. This week, we got a look at that when the Terriers men’s basketball team took the court...

Jan 4, 2021

Dr. Anthony Fauci Says Life Could Return to ‘Normal’ By Fall

The world as we know it changed drastically in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic. Our new normal includes wearing masks, a lack of indoor dining, and no fans at sporting events, but that could all change by the fall....

Jan 4, 2021

You Can Get A COVID-19 Test At Costco For Bermuda Travel

Do you want to head to Bermuda? Do you want to make sure you don’t have COVID-19? Well, Costco is here to help you at with an at-home saliva test in certain markets. The Bermuda Tourism Authority (BTA) and the...

Dec 30, 2020

‘Tiger King’ Joe Exotic Says He’d Rather Die of COVID Than Be Put on Ventilator

The “Tiger King” is willing to go out on his shield. According to a letter addressed to his lawyers, Joseph Maldonado-Passage aka Joe Exotic is afraid of catching COVID-19 in jail but if he does catch the virus he’s willing...