Is it safe to have food delivered? Can you catch the coronavirus from the packaging? and see what life is like during a pandemic for people across the United States


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Congress should immediately waive penalties and income taxes for early retirement from pension plans.

“This is such blatant disregard for the CDC’s advice on coronaviruses.” Can my employer force me to go to work?

“We still have quite a bit of foot traffic throughout the building. “

“By far the worst virus I have ever endured”: Olympic gold medalist Cameron van der Burgh, 31, is one of many young people who have contracted coronavirus

In the United States, those under 44 make up 20% of coronavirus hospital patients, according to the CDC.

Is it safe to have food delivered? Can you catch the coronavirus from the packaging? Will it survive the surface of your takeout?

“Wash your hands after removing the wrapper and before eating your food. “

Hantavirus is something you don’t have to worry about right now – as long as you avoid contact with rodents

A man is said to have died from hantavirus in China. Here’s what it is and what you need to know.

See What Life Is Like During A Pandemic For People Across The United States

MarketWatch asked readers to share images of what life looks like to them during a pandemic. Here are some of the images and stories they shared with us.

How to get help paying your mortgage, credit card bills, and student loans if you’re laid off due to the coronavirus pandemic

Consumers can get payment and fee relief during the public health crisis – but they’ll likely have to ask first.

That’s how long the coronavirus survives on cardboard, plastic and steel – and in the air, according to a joint CDC, UCLA and Princeton study

COVID-19 is most similar to the SARS virus, but that doesn’t explain why it has become a much bigger epidemic, the New England Journal of Medicine study concluded.

“I’m so grateful to be alive”: Thoughts on immunosuppression in the coronavirus era

“It is the invisibility of the threat that triggers the urge to identify with the insanity of individual invincibility.

New home sales fall 4.4% in February from 13-year high in January

Sales volume is expected to slow significantly in the coming months due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Small investors and pension funds could be collateral damage, says economist who predicted danger from coronavirus

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