Fauci tells Americans to ‘hunker down’ this fall and winter, and neighborhoods that were downsized are more vulnerable to COVID-19, research suggests


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Fauci tells Americans to ‘hunker down’ this fall and winter: ‘It’s not easy’

Coronovirus cases remain ‘unacceptably high’ as ​​schools and restaurants reopen, and flu season arrives

My fiance wants me to give my padded six a job in order to work in his cushion company. Should I ask him to pay me?

‘Is it fair that I ask for salary, or if he continues to pay for everything just help him grow the business?’

Two teachers face a difficult choice: one welcomes ‘normality’, while the other feels that ‘anger’. COVID-19 has fundamentally changed my feelings about the school

Schools have many different plans, and teachers hold different views about whether they want to return to the classroom.

Here’s how homeowners and new buyers are taking advantage of record-low mortgage rates

Millennials drive the buyers market, while Gen Xers look at refinancing, writes Sanjeev Das.

‘An epidemic should be a wake-up call.’ Research suggests neighborhoods are considered more vulnerable to COVID-19

People who live in historically renovated neighborhoods are more likely to have chronic diseases, which may lead to worse outcomes from COVID-19.

Trump announced a deal that would normalize relations between Israel and Bahrain

Bahrain has become the latest Arab nation to agree to normalize relations with Israel as part of a broader diplomatic push by President Donald Trump and his administration to fully integrate the Jewish state into the Middle East.

TikTok Saves My Business: Candy retailer COVID-19 finds Internet fame as a pivot

The Tickcock video helped Candy Me Up keep going after hurting his catering business.

Try this vermouth for your next ‘quarantine’

Noilly Prat, a French favorite, is back in style.

The weekend reads: Demand for a retirement ‘utopia’

Also, Joe Biden’s 401 (k) plan, plus investment in electric cars – beyond Tesla.

The CDC report stated that people who tested positive for COVID-19 were twice as likely to report eating at a restaurant recently

Indoor food is coming back to NYC – here’s why you want to think twice about it.

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US annual budget deficit is above $ 3 trillion for the first time since coronarvirus relief

The US budget deficit peaked at $ 200 billion in August and placed a record $ 3 trillion total gap for the current fiscal year, reflecting the huge increase in government spending to sustain the economy during the coronovirus epidemic.

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