Coronavirus

Missouri Sues Televangelist Jim Bakker for Selling Fake Coronavirus Cure

The state of Missouri is suing long-time televangelist Jim Bakker for allegedly claiming that the product he sells could cure coronavirus. Read more for updates.
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Poll: Should Americans Skip Going to the Movies Because of Coronavirus?

As the entertainment industry reacts to the coronavirus, some are calling for movie theaters to temporarily close to help lower the spread of the illness. Do you think Americans should skip the movies because of the coronavirus? Take our poll!
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3,500 Smurfs Gather to Break World Record Despite Coronavirus Outbreak

Amid the coronavirus outbreak, thousands of people in France donned blue body paint and white hats in order to break the world record for largest gathering of Smurfs. The gathering occurred one day before France banned large assemblies of people.
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'The Ellen Show' to Tape Without a Studio Audience Amid Coronavirus Concerns

’The Ellen Show’ is joining a long list of shows that are scrapping their live audience over concerns over the coronavirus outbreak. Read the official statement from the series now.
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Will Warm Weather Make Coronavirus Go Away By Summer?

With the ongoing spread of the coronavirus many are hoping that, similar to the flu, the warmer weather will see it dissipate now that spring is on the way. Experts are hopeful it will slow down, but are cautious about it going away for good.
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Howie Mandel Wears Hazmat Suit on Set of 'America's Got Talent'

During a live taping of “America’s Got Talent,” Howie Mandel arrived on set wearing a hazmat suit and gas mask. The 64-year-old also wore a pair of orange gloves and had a baseball cap, which he carried in his hands.
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Matthew Broderick’s Sister Is in ICU After Testing Positive for Coronavirus

Matthew Broderick’s sister is in an intensive care unit after testing positive for coronavirus. Rev. Janet Broderick, 64, shared the information with her congregation at the All Saints Episcopal Church in Beverly Hills on Wednesday.
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Postmates and Instacart Offering No-Contact Deliveries Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

Food delivery services like Postmates and GrubHub are giving customers the option to have “no-contact” with their drivers when receiving their orders in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
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Ben & Jerry’s Postpones ‘Free Cone Day’ Due to the Coronavirus Outbreak

Ben & Jerry’s has announced they are postponing their annual Free Cone Day promotion amid concerns of the spread of coronavirus. The event normally takes place on the second Tuesday of April.
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Passenger on JetBlue Flight From New York Tests Positive for Coronavirus: Reports

A passenger aboard a JetBlue flight from JFK Airport has tested positive for the coronavirus after landing in Palm Beach, Florida Wednesday night, according to reports.
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