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British authorities gave the green light Tuesday to holiday reunions for millions, relaxing restrictions on social mixing over Christmas and offering arriving international travelers a way to cut short quarantine if they test negative for COVID-19.
Many of us have joked about "Quarantine 15," a phrase for those extra pounds gained during pandemic life spent mostly at home. It's a stress-induced reality for many, say fitness and weight-loss experts, but they offer several ideas to get back on track. For many, it's a fallout from disrupted routines, stress and lack of access to gyms.
As more families make the jump back to group day care this fall in an attempt to restart lives and careers, many parents, pediatricians and care operators are finding that new, pandemic-driven rules offer a much-needed layer of safety but also seem incompatible with the germy reality of childhood.
Coronavirus weary residents and struggling business owners in Hawaii will be watching closely as tourists begin to return to the islands on Thursday without being required to self-quarantine upon arrival.
On Aug. 7, Terrain launched "Art in the Time of Quarantine," a gallery show and art auction that featured work from 26 artists, all of whom created new work around a common theme: the world they envision and/or hope to see post-coronavirus pandemic.
Competing with each other and against the hardships of the pandemic, the Northwest Heat are making sure they're getting better coming out of this.
In mid-March, when the novel coronavirus outbreak was starting to get bad in the United States, I reached out to a friend of mine, a fellow stay-at-home parent, to check in on her and her family.
German police deployed hundreds of officers Thursday across two western regions that have been placed under a renewed pandemic lockdown in an attempt to contain a coronavirus outbreak linked to a slaughterhouse.
New York, Connecticut and New Jersey will require visitors from states with high infection rates to quarantine for 14 days, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday.
For nearly four months, Capt. Andrei Kogankov and his oil tanker crew haven’t set foot on dry land. With global travel at a virtual standstill due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Russian captain was forced to extend his normal contract. He still doesn’t know when he’ll be able to go home.
A couple of weeks ago, my daughter Jane celebrated her 13th birthday. She is my mini-me in many ways, not the least of which is her penchant for making lists and schedules for every occasion.
“It’s the million dollar question,” said Kispert, when asked what would keep him in the draft and what would bring him back to GU.
A number of quarantine songs were created before the novel coronavirus placed the music industry and the world on pause. “We’re All in This Together Now” is the “My City of Ruins” of the pandemic.
At a small farmhouse outside Colombia’s capital city, Marlene Beltran picks up a ruler and crayons. She turns on the radio, sits down at a creaky wooden table and helps her 5-year-old brother with a lesson on how to make paper cubes and decorate them with drawings that tell a story.
Just about everyone has the travel bug right now, and the upcoming nice weather won’t make it any easier. Help scratch that itch by picking up a book about travel and allow your imagination to sweep you away. Here are some suggestions to get you started.
Seahawks safety Quandre Diggs won’t go as far as saying he’s enjoying quarantine.
People arriving in the U.K. next month will have to quarantine themselves for 14 days and could face an unlimited fine if they fail to comply, the British government announced Friday.
The COVID-19 danger isn’t over, it’s entering another phase that will continue to require public cooperation for the health of everyone.