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Facebook InfoSnip Ohio coronavirus patient describes her fight: ‘Nothing I had ever quite experienced’ Facebook InfoSnip Ohio coronavirus patient describes her fight: ‘Nothing I had ever quite experienced’

Facebook InfoSnip Ohio coronavirus patient describes her fight: ‘Nothing I had ever quite experienced’

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CLOSE The CDC and a new study look at how long the coronavirus can live on surfaces. USA TODAYAKRON, Ohio – Amy Driscoll followed all the recommended protocols.Wash your hands. Use hand sanitizer. Don’t touch your face.The Hudson, Ohio, resident still contracted COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus that has caused daily life…

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Facebook InfoSnip ‘She was my everything’: Read husband’s memorial of Kennedy descendent and their 8-year-old son Facebook InfoSnip ‘She was my everything’: Read husband’s memorial of Kennedy descendent and their 8-year-old son

Facebook InfoSnip ‘She was my everything’: Read husband’s memorial of Kennedy descendent and their 8-year-old son

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CLOSE Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says that rescuers are searching for two missing boaters – the daughter and grandson of former Maryland Lt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend – after their canoe was found in Chesapeake Bay. (April 3) AP DomesticShortly after it emerged late Friday that Maeve Kennedy Townsend McKean, 40, and McKean’s 8-year-old son, Gideon…

Facebook InfoSnip Will Smith explains how ‘flattening the curve’ works, answers other coronavirus questions Facebook InfoSnip Will Smith explains how ‘flattening the curve’ works, answers other coronavirus questions

Facebook InfoSnip Will Smith explains how ‘flattening the curve’ works, answers other coronavirus questions

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Carly Mallenbaum, USA TODAY Published 6:36 p.m. ET March 18, 2020 | Updated 6:47 p.m. ET March 18, 2020CLOSEWhen seeking answers for your COVID-19 questions, it’s wise to read credible news sites and check in with verified experts. It’s also, as it turns out, helpful to check in with Will Smith. Remember when he starred as a…

Facebook InfoSnip Health officials say not to touch your face. That’s harder than it sounds – even for them. Facebook InfoSnip Health officials say not to touch your face. That’s harder than it sounds – even for them.

Facebook InfoSnip Health officials say not to touch your face. That’s harder than it sounds – even for them.

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Joel Shannon, USA TODAY Published 6:00 a.m. ET March 8, 2020 CLOSE USA TODAY answers a question you may be wondering: Is coronavirus worse than the flu? USA TODAYYou might be buying — or making — lots of hand sanitizer to help protect yourself from the COVID-19 coronavirus, but health care professionals are asking you to do something a…

Facebook InfoSnip Plane crashes in Florida neighborhood, 2 men and dog emerge ‘without a scratch,’ police said Facebook InfoSnip Plane crashes in Florida neighborhood, 2 men and dog emerge ‘without a scratch,’ police said

Facebook InfoSnip Plane crashes in Florida neighborhood, 2 men and dog emerge ‘without a scratch,’ police said

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Wendy Victora, Northwest Florida Daily News Published 7:05 p.m. ET March 8, 2020 | Updated 11:37 a.m. ET March 9, 2020CLOSE Two men and their dog survived after their plane crashed into a tree in the Florida panhandle. Video ElephantDESTIN, Fla. – Emergency officials were called to an area near Destin Executive Airport after a…

Facebook InfoSnip ‘Who lives and who dies’: In worst-case coronavirus scenario, ethics guide choices on who gets care Facebook InfoSnip ‘Who lives and who dies’: In worst-case coronavirus scenario, ethics guide choices on who gets care

Facebook InfoSnip ‘Who lives and who dies’: In worst-case coronavirus scenario, ethics guide choices on who gets care

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CLOSE The CDC and a new study look at how long the coronavirus can live on surfaces. USA TODAYIt’s a scenario few health-care leaders want to contemplate much less discuss: What if the ranks of desperately ill patients overwhelm the nation’s ability to care for them?With respiratory illness caused by the novel coronavirus rapidly spreading, nowhere…

Facebook InfoSnip ‘The old rules are dead’: How a pandemic could change the way Google, Facebook, and Twitter tackle misinformation forever Facebook InfoSnip ‘The old rules are dead’: How a pandemic could change the way Google, Facebook, and Twitter tackle misinformation forever

Facebook InfoSnip ‘The old rules are dead’: How a pandemic could change the way Google, Facebook, and Twitter tackle misinformation forever

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Coronavirus has forced big tech giants like Facebook, Twitter, and Google to take unprecedented action to stop the spread of harmful misinformation. The pandemic has so far killed close to 50,000 people worldwide, and the internet has been overrun with fake cures and conspiracy theories. Social media companies have previously insisted they only offer “platforms”, meaning they…

Facebook InfoSnip Coronavirus fears cost Mark Zuckerberg more than $4 billion from his personal fortune in just a week as Facebook’s stock is hit by market volatility Facebook InfoSnip Coronavirus fears cost Mark Zuckerberg more than $4 billion from his personal fortune in just a week as Facebook’s stock is hit by market volatility

Facebook InfoSnip Coronavirus fears cost Mark Zuckerberg more than $4 billion from his personal fortune in just a week as Facebook’s stock is hit by market volatility

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Mark Zuckerberg lost $4.1 billion last week — more than anyone else on the Forbes Billionaires List — as Facebook shares plummeted amid a market selloff inspired by coronavirus fears, Forbes’ Hayley C. Cuccinello reported.Facebook’s ad sales may shrink as some of its biggest customers in the travel and retail sectors see their sales decline over…

Facebook InfoSnip Mark Zuckerberg just confirmed that a widespread Facebook bug was blocking news articles — but said it had no relation to coronavirus (FB) Facebook InfoSnip Mark Zuckerberg just confirmed that a widespread Facebook bug was blocking news articles — but said it had no relation to coronavirus (FB)

Facebook InfoSnip Mark Zuckerberg just confirmed that a widespread Facebook bug was blocking news articles — but said it had no relation to coronavirus (FB)

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Mark Zuckerberg just addressed a Facebook bug that was blocking factually correct news articles, including stories about coronavirus, for much of Tuesday afternoon.Zuckerberg confirmed that the bug was widespread and stemmed from Facebook’s AI-driven moderation systems, but said it had no connection to the platform’s coronavirus misinformation enforcement.Facebook has cracked down on misinformation as COVID-19…

Infosnips G Suite hits two billion monthly active users Infosnips G Suite hits two billion monthly active users

Infosnips G Suite hits two billion monthly active users

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Home News (Image credit: G Suite) Google has revealed that its G Suite platform has crossed the milestone of two billion monthly active users.In a recent interview, GM and VP of G Suite, Javier Soltero disclosed the platform crossed the mark at the end of 2019, however, he did not share a break up of…

Infosnips Android 11 Developer Preview 2 promises improvements for foldable phones Infosnips Android 11 Developer Preview 2 promises improvements for foldable phones

Infosnips Android 11 Developer Preview 2 promises improvements for foldable phones

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Home News (Image credit: Future) Google launched its first Developer Preview of Android 11 much earlier than anticipated, and the tech giant has now followed it up with a second developer-focused (DP2) release of its mobile OS, building on some of the initial improvements and adding a few extra.You can download the new version from…

Infosnips Firefox’s popularity falls further as Microsoft Edge becomes second most popular web browser after Chrome Infosnips Firefox’s popularity falls further as Microsoft Edge becomes second most popular web browser after Chrome

Infosnips Firefox’s popularity falls further as Microsoft Edge becomes second most popular web browser after Chrome

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Home News (Image credit: Microsoft) Microsoft’s new version of Edge is now the second most popular desktop browser in the world behind Google Chrome, according to the latest figures from one analytics firm.NetMarketShare’s statistics for March show that Chrome is still the top dog by a long way, of course, with a market share of…

Infosnip Bet on these tech stocks to bounce back after coronavirus pandemic, says Morgan Stanley Infosnip Bet on these tech stocks to bounce back after coronavirus pandemic, says Morgan Stanley

Infosnip Bet on these tech stocks to bounce back after coronavirus pandemic, says Morgan Stanley

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A US Postal worker delivers Amazon boxes outside of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on October 11, 2018 in New York City.Spencer Platt | Getty ImagesA handful of companies will emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic stronger, while others will likely weaken, according to a research note Monday from Morgan Stanley. In total, the firm sees…

Infosnip The U.S. economy has been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic—here’s what it’s like for job seekers Infosnip The U.S. economy has been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic—here’s what it’s like for job seekers

Infosnip The U.S. economy has been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic—here’s what it’s like for job seekers

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Over the past 10 days, the U.S. economy has been rocked by coronavirus pandemic. The Economic Policy Institute estimates that the coronavirus outbreak could eliminate 3 million jobs in the United States by summer, and the United Nations estimates that nearly 25 million jobs could be lost worldwide.Still, some are optimistic that hiring will continue in select…

Infosnip Small businesses extend lifeline to employees and communities battered by coronavirus Infosnip Small businesses extend lifeline to employees and communities battered by coronavirus

Infosnip Small businesses extend lifeline to employees and communities battered by coronavirus

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A man cleans the windows at his store on March 17, 2020 in the Brooklyn Borough of New York City. – The coronavirus outbreak has transformed the US virtually overnight from a place of boundless consumerism to one suddenly constrained by nesting and social distancing.The crisis tests all retailers, leading to temporary store closures at…

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