Coronavirus Special Features

What Is the Risk of Mother-to-Baby Transmission of Coronavirus?

Can mothers give their babies coronavirus during pregnancy? A new scientific study says mother to baby transmission of coronavirus “cannot be ruled out.”
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This Calculator Will Tell You How Much Your Stimulus Check Could Be

Congress passed legislation to send money to stimulate the economy and provide financial assistance to many Americans. Here’s how much to expect.
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How to Make Sure You Receive Your Coronavirus Stimulus Check Quickly

The United States Congress has passed a historic stimulus bill to help Americans impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. These are the steps that eligible people need to take in order to make sure that they receive their payments quickly.
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Who You Need to Tell If You Get Diagnosed With Coronavirus

As more and more people are grappling with the effects of a positive COVID-19 diagnosis, figuring out exactly who needs to know comes with its own set of complexities.
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How Long Can Coronavirus Survive on Your Shoes?

While it is of the utmost importance to remain vigilant about washing your hands amid the COVID-19 pandemic, it is also important not to forget about another possible breeding ground for the virus – your shoes.
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Coronavirus: What Small Business Owners Need to Know

The novel coronavirus could threaten small businesses unprepared for shortfalls in supply chains and interruptions in consumer demand. Here’s what business owners need to know about how to survive the pandemic.
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COVID Cases Are on the Rise — Look Out for These Less Commonly Reported Symptoms

While coronavirus has spread unpredictably throughout the world in 2020, reports of new, less common symptoms are adding to the confusion. These are some lesser known COVID-19 symptoms to look out for.
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Which Industries Have Been Hit Hardest by Coronavirus?

The coronavirus global pandemic is an economic crisis in addition to a health emergency, with industries like air travel, restaurants, professional sports, and technology primed to lose billions of dollars.
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