Coronavirus


Remembering Mark Anthony Urquiza: ‘His Smile Just Lit Up the Entire Room’

Mark Urquiza passed away on June 30, 2020, after a three-week battle with COVID-19. He was 65 years old.

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COVID Relief Loans Failed Small Latino Businesses. This Fund Is Stepping in With Grants.

Only 12% of minority business owners who applied for relief reported receiving what they had asked for.

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Black, Latino Children Are Dying of COVID at Higher Rates. These Doctors Say Medicaid Expansion Can Help.

The overall number of children who have died from COVID is low, but 78% of the children who died were Hispanic, Black, or Indigenous.

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How to Prepare for In-Person Voting If You Have COVID-19 Anxiety

The pressure to cast a vote in the election may be taking a toll on your mental health. This is the advice of a professional and the CDC.

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She Closed Her Flower Shop After 36 Years. There Are 100,000 Small Business Owners Just Like Her.

Diana Limon, a small business owner, is closing her flower shop after 36 years in business because of the pandemic and economic crisis.

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UPDATED: This Map Shows Where Coronavirus Cases Are Spiking in Florida

Florida adds 3,650 new cases. Plus: The CDC calls dining out one of the “riskiest activities” during the pandemic.

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UPDATED: This Map Shows Where Coronavirus Is Hitting Hardest in Puerto Rico

Gov. Wanda Vázquez announced a wide reopening that allows the use of beaches and a limited opening of gyms, casinos, and movie theaters.