Travel | Travel

Quarantine After International Travel Now Required for Those Arriving in the U.S. | Condé Nast Traveler

President Biden's latest executive order addressing COVID-19 requires pre-testing and quarantine after international travel.

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COVID CAMPS: Bill Would Let Cuomo Imprison, Forcibly Medicate People Suspected Of Having China Virus

The New York State Assembly is considering a piece of legislation that would give Governor Andrew Cuomo (D), and select

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Michigan House Repeals Emergency Law Used by Whitmer to Decree COVID Restrictions

Michigan’s Governor, Gretchen Whitmer (D), has used every tactic at her disposal to keep the State of Michigan in an

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New York City to Have Thanksgiving COVID Checkpoints

If you are traveling in and around New York – and especially New York City – this Thanksgiving, you had

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COVID: Vermont to Question Schoolchildren Over Thanksgiving Gatherings

If you live in the State of Vermont, plan on having a Thanksgiving dinner with close family at your house,

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NEW NORMAL?: Students at SUNY Must Test Negative for COVID to Leave for Thanksgiving

In a move more appropriate for a 1960s Soviet gulag than a 21st Century American university, the Chancellor of the

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Scott Atlas, Trump coronavirus adviser, won't cave to criticism - Washington Times

President Trump's embattled coronavirus adviser, Dr. Scott Atlas, isn't backing down under intense criticism that his guidance runs counter to established science.

Miscellaneous | Stuff

5 photo tricks to try with your iPhone while you're bored in quarantine this fall

Self isolating at home? Here are five great ways you can keep your creativity skills on point.

Music | Music News

How Keith Richards is Spending His Quarantine

The guitarist talks about new Stones music, his ‘Goats Head Soup’ memories, and how he hopes they’ll celebrate their 60th anniversary

News | NEWS

Study: COVID-19 Lockdowns Over 10 Times More Deadly Than Pandemic Itself

A groundbreaking new study commissioned by Revolver News concludes that COVID-19 lockdowns are ten times more deadly than the actual COVID-19 virus in terms of years of life lost by American citizens.

News | The News

No Coronavirus Quarantine Rules For MTV 2020 VMA Performers – Report

At the VMAs, it's quarantine for thee, but not for me. New York City quarantine rules are now being enforced on travelers from 34 states, requiring a two-week isolation if arriving in the five boroughs for longer than a 24-hour stopover. That is, if you'r

Visual Arts | Visual Arts

Artist Spends 113 Days Chronicling Her Time in COVID-19 Quarantine

When COVID-19 lockdowns began, artistVik started a massive daily art project in which she completely filled a wall in her home with doodles.

Pets & Animals | I Love Dogs

19 Pet Quarantine Projects To Keep You Busy And Your Pets Entertained

*immediately pins the cat-sized <i>Bob's Burgers</i> joint to Pinterest board*

Pets & Animals | Other Kinds Of Animals

Tips for Watching Backyard Wildlife | Mental Floss

You don't need to climb mountains to find nature. Get to know your local animals with these 10 tips for backyard wildlife watching.

Music | Music

Have You Seen This? Family band The Quarantine Kids smash ‘Come Together’ by The Beatles

These kids learn a new song everyday during isolation, and this time they kill it with \

Miscellaneous | Interesting Stuff

Twitter is sharing photos from before coronavirus lockdowns and they feel impossible

Twitter users have been inspired by a BBC article to share their last "normal" photo from before coronavirus changed the face of daily life.

Politics | Op-Ed

Are Endless Lockdowns the Result of Malice or Stupidity?

Malice or stupidity? Whichever, it represents a godsend for the political left and progressivists everywhere.

Music | Music

Mick Jagger is doing just Mick Jagger Is Doing Just Fine With His Quarantine Sheep Pals— And He's Wearing A Jaunty Hat

Mick Jagger, of the Rolling Stones, filmed a cute video for The Tonight Show that showed what he was getting up to in quarantine. It includes sheep herding!

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Lockdown only made corona crisis worse, claim experts - ISRAEL21c

Israeli professors’ mathematical model shows quarantine effects more damaging than the disease, which could better be controlled by precautions.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

No lockdown in Sweden but Stockholm could see 'herd immunity' in weeks

Sweden went against the grain by keeping public life as unrestricted as possible when the coronavirus hit. Now, it says its strategy appears to be working.

Politics | Politics

The data is in — stop the panic and end the total isolation | TheHill

Americans are now desperate for sensible policymakers who have the courage to ignore the panic and rely on facts.

Miscellaneous | Judaism

4 Spirit Boosters for the Corona Fiscal Blues

I feel rather depressed. I’m not doing anything important and have not yet found another job. But most of all, I miss having a sense of purpose and identity.

News | The News

WATCH: Idaho mom ARRESTED in front of her kids during ‘playdate protest’

What are we doing?

Health & Fitness | Psychology

How NASA Astronauts Maintain Their Mental Health

Being stuck at home for days on end can be extremely damaging to your psyche. Check out these tips from three people who know a lot about coping with isolation.

Miscellaneous | Other Stories

7 Games You Can Play Online With Friends and Family | Mental Floss

From unique takes on trivia to a pandemic-themed puzzle game, here’s how to keep your family game night going during quarantine.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

52 Things to Do in L.A. This Week While You're Safer at Home (4-16-2020 to 4-22-2020)

This week, we've got digital jigsaw puzzles of L.A. landmarks, still life painting and photography tutorials, a photo contest, activities for families and kids, phone-based thriller games, trivia and more.

News | The News

A 93-year-old woman got a massive Coors Light delivery after a viral plea for more beer

Singing the folk song "99 Bottles of Beer" might be how some people are passing the time during the coronavirus pandemic.

News | The News

Coronavirus closings protests pop up across the country | Fox Business

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has faced backlash for her stay-at-home orders.

Politics | Politics

We Have Been Placed Under Mass House Arrest, Not Quarantine. The Distinction Matters. Here’s Why. 

This was the most historic Easter that any of us have ever lived through, but for all the wrong reasons. For the first time in our history, the majority of Americans were legally barred from worshipping. Governors across the country have discovered that t

Miscellaneous | Stuff

People around the world are dressing up to take their trash out in the midst of self-isolation

Previously mundane chores are turning into a fun public outing in the midst of self-isolation. Just look at the Bin Isolation Outing Facebook group, filled with thousands of photos and videos of folks taking their bins to the curb in fun costumes.

Entertainment | Celebrities!

Sam Neill is making a series of wonderfully unhinged videos while self-isolating

Sam Neill has released a series of increasingly bizarre videos designed to both encourage followers to stay at home and give them something to watch while self-isolating.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

This Dad Turned His Home Into a Hibachi Restaurant To Celebrate His So – BOTWC

The saying where there’s a will there’s a way still holds true. When Atlanta’s quarantine mandate kept Jeremy Tuck from taking his family to a Hibachi restaurant to celebrate his youngest son’s birthday, he transformed his home into one. “The idea came ab

Pets & Animals | Animals

Cats and Dogs Up For Adoption Are Finding Homes with Quarantined Americans - The New York Times

Shelters across the United States are reporting a rise in foster applications as people seek out a friend to ride out the coronavirus crisis with.

Politics | Politics

Coronavirus Death Predictions Bring New Meaning to Hysteria | RealClearMarkets

The U.S. is staring at a Netflix-type apocalypse. You know, with feral animals eating human corpses, mutant plants reoccupying streets and buildings, empty restaurants and malls across the landscape&h

Entertainment | Quarantine Life: Things To Do

31 Times Creative People Decided To Make Quarantine More Fun By Crafting Or Building These Things

Most of us are stumped about what to do while we’re locked down in our homes. We’ve rewatched the Harry Potter movies. We’ve “cleaned” our kitchens and even

Visual Arts | Visual Arts

The Getty Museum called for people to recreate works of art while in quarantine — and they did not disappoint

The world famous museum may be temporarily closed due to the coronavirus crisis — but that doesn't mean its stopped inspiring people to love art.

Entertainment | Quarantine Life: Things To Do

Best Live Streams: Webcams to Virtually Transport You Out of the House

We gathered some of the of the most relaxing, satisfying, bizarre, and/or energizing live streams to help you feel less isolated during s...

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

John Krasinski launches 'Some Good News' newscast during pandemic | wqad.com

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, the star of "The Office" has launched a YouTube channel filled with positive stories.

Politics | Politics

Does President Trump Have the Power to Issue a Quarantine Order?

Although American citizens have what has been interpreted to be a fundamental right to travel between states, the federal government’s very limited power to curb such travel undoubtedly includes authority to prevent the spread of infectious diseases -- an

Recipes | Recipes

Slow-Roast Gochujang Chicken Recipe | Bon Appetit

This isn’t the crisp-skinned, high-heat-roast chicken you’re probably familiar with. Instead, it’s a melt-in-your-mouth tender, schmaltzy, slow-roast version that’s more akin to a rotisserie chicken than anything else, except (bonus!) it gets slathered in

Miscellaneous | Interesting Stuff

Online Classes and Activities You Can Do During Quarantine | Mental Floss

From virtual field trips to free workout classes, here are the best ways to stay busy while social distancing.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

L.A. Chefs Offer Recipes, Online Cooking Classes

Nguyen Tran of Starry Kitchen and Lauren Koeppe of Create Hospitality are here to help you cook at home (and interact with people online while you do it).

Books | Books

This App Lets You Download Free E-Books, Magazines, Comic Books, and Audiobooks From Your Library

With the Libby app, you can access your local library's collection of e-books and audiobooks for free without leaving home.

Entertainment | Television/Film/Books

With Traditional Movie Theaters Closed, Drive-Ins Are Thriving

With the closing of traditional movie theaters due to the novel coronavirus outbreak, people are practicing social distancing at drive-ins.

News | News

#QuarantineLife is trending and it's the joy we need to get through this

If you're going a little stir-crazy, we've got just the thing - and it's called #QuarantineLife.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

26 'Virtual' Things to Do for Angelenos Under Quarantine

The list includes everything from museum tours and public lectures to online cooking classes, a karaoke league, Instagram sound baths, and even a live feed of the blooming poppy fields in Antelope Valley.

Miscellaneous | Things To Do: Los Angeles

Yes, Your Favorite LA Restaurants Deliver, Too

If you're not in the mood to leave your couch, we get it. But if you still want tasty food, you have to do *something,* right? To reach peak relaxation while eating a delicious meal, look no further than these staple LA-area restaurants that'll deliver ri

Miscellaneous | Judaism

10 Things You Can Do for People in Quarantine

Even now there are many things that we can safely do to help others.

Food & Drink | Food & Drink

Here’s How To Get Food Safely Delivered During Coronavirus

During the coronavirus shutdown, Americans have been advised to practice social distancing, which means avoiding crowded places, which include restaurants, coffee shops, bars, or large gatherings. That doesn&#8217;t mean, however, that people still cannot

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