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Born on this day!! Singer-actor Kris Kristofferson is 84. Actor Michael Lerner is 79. Actor Klaus Maria Brandauer is 77. Journalist Brit Hume is 77. Singer Peter Asher of Peter and Gordon is 76. Singer Howard “Eddie” Kaylan of The Turtles is 73. Actor David L. Lander (“Laverne and Shirley”) is 73. Singer Todd Rundgren is 72. Singer Alan Osmond of The Osmonds is 71. Actress Meryl Streep is 71. Actress Lindsay Wagner (“The Bionic Woman”) is 71. Actor Graham Greene (“Dances With Wolves”) is 68. Singer Cyndi Lauper is 67. Actor Chris Lemmon is 66. Bassist Derek Forbes (Simple Minds) is 64. Bassist Garry Beers of INXS is 63. Actor Bruce Campbell (“Evil Dead,” “The Adventures of Briscoe County Junior”) is 62. Bassist Alan Anton of Cowboy Junkies is 61. Actress Tracy Pollan (“Family Ties”) is 60. Keyboardist Jimmy Sommerville (Bronski Beat) is 59. Singer Mike Edwards of Jesus Jones is 56. Actress Amy Brenneman is 56. Singer Steven Page (Barenaked Ladies) is 50. Actress Mary Lynn Rajskub (“24″) is 49. TV personality Carson Daly is 47. Guitarist Chris Traynor (Helmet) is 47. Actor Donald Faison (“Scrubs”) is 46. Actress Lecy Goranson (“The Connors,” “Roseanne”) is 46. Comedian Mike O’Brien (“Saturday Night Live”) is 44. TV personality Jai Rodriguez (“Queer Eye For The Straight Guy”) is 41. Actress Lindsay Ridgeway (“Boy Meets World”) is 35. Singer Dina Hansen of Fifth Harmony (“The X Factor”) is 23.


1815 – Napoleon abdicated his throne for the second time after his defeat at Waterloo.
1870 – The U.S. Justice Department was created.
1874 – Dr. Andrew Still became the first to practice osteopathy.
1943 – W.E.B. DuBois became the first black member of the National Institute of Letters.
1944 – President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the G.I. Bill of Rights.
1969 – Singer-actress Judy Garland died.
1987 – Actor-dancer-singer Fred Astaire died.
2011 – Legendary Boston crime boss, James “Whitey” Bulger is found and arrested by federal authorities in Santa Monica, Calif.

Today Is: HVAC Technicians Day, Positive Media Day, Stupid Guy Thing Day, World Rainforest Day, Worldwide VW Beetle Day

Primetime TV (All Times Eastern)

CBS – 8:00 – The Neighborhood  /  8:30 – Bob (Hearts) Abishola  /  9:00 – All Rise  /  10:00 – Bull
NBC – 8:00  – Titan Games  /  9:00 – The Wall  /  10:00 – Dateline NBC
ABC – 8:00 – The Bachelor Greatest Seasons
FOX – 8:00 –  911  /  9:00 – 911 Lone Star
CW – 8:00 –  Whose Line  /  8:30 – Whose Line  /  9:00 – Penn and Teller Fool Us

TV Talk Shows

Jimmy Kimmel: Pete Davidson (R 6/10/20)
Jimmy Fallon: Will Ferrell, John Legend
Stephen Colbert: James Corden, Ibram X. Kendi, Bright Eyes
Seth Meyers: Jason Sudeikis, Mike O’Brien
James Corden: Lena Waithe, Raleigh Ritchie
Lilly Singh: Rosario Dawson, Zoey Deutch (R 10/22/19)
Daily Show: The Daily Social Distancing Show
Conan: Ron Funches (R 6/9/20)
The View: Day of Hot Topics
The Talk: Bryce Dallas Howard, CeCe Winans
Live with Kelly and Ryan: John Lithgow, Dr. Eileen Kennedy-Moore
Ellen DeGeneres: Most Inspiring Guests
Wendy Williams: Elizabeth Wagmeister, Melissa Garcia (R 10/7/19)
The Real: Amara La Negra (R 1/27/20)
Kelly Clarkson: Laura Prepon, Ne-Yo
Tamron Hall: Paul Reiser, Padma Lakshmi, Emmanuel Acho

WHAT ARE YOU TALKIN’ ABOUT? Here are today’s PPM-Friendly Topics!

QUESTION: How did this GOOD NEWS about the ‘rona virus get out??? An Italian doctor says COVID is weakening; could disappear “without a vaccine!!!”


QUESTION: Did TIK TOK punk the Trump campaign by booking tons of rally tickets and then NOT SHOWING UP in Tulsa?? That’s what they say.. pretty proud…..


QUESTION: Remember those MURDER HORNETS?? They’re still here, and they’re being HUNTED DOWN BY BIOLOGISTS!! Animal Planet says “Now is the time!!”


QUESTION: Dads, are you “twinning” with your kids??? Check out this gallery of celeb fathers who wear the same clothes as their children!!! (A bonding thing???)


QUESTION: How was YOUR Father’s Day??? Dads are sharing snaps of well-intentioned, but “questionable” homemade gifts from their kids!! Take a look….
Architect Shaun Cartwright, from Warrington, shared a very questionable card from his child on Father's Day which congratulated him on being a 'great father'

Chris Pratt A Good Husband During Pregnancy

Katherine Schwarzenegger says her husband, Chris Pratt, has been “wonderful” during her pregnancy.  She praised Pratt and discussed her experience being pregnant amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic during an Instagram Live conversation with her friend, Dr. Zelana Montminy, on Thursday.  She said she’s been doing “really well” despite the health crisis.  “I’m really lucky to be living in very close proximity to my family, which has been very helpful,” the expectant mom said. “And then, obviously, I have a wonderful husband who’s very, it’s been amazing having him home and also very understanding about my need to sanitize everything, have everyone wear masks all the time.”  “Also, having people like you who I text constantly about everything baby because I’m learning it as I go and it’s been an interesting time to be pregnant,” she added.
********It’s Arnold’s grandson, so she won’t have to go through labor… he’ll just spread her open and walk out!! (too much?)
*******Chris is dying to get back into production so he can leave the house!!
*****The Schwarzeneggers know how to keep things sanitized!! After all, Arnold lives with a donkey and a miniature horse! (true)

D.L. Hughley Has COVID-19 / Passes Out On Stage

Comedian and actor D.L. Hughley announced he has tested positive for coronavirus after collapsing onstage while performing in Nashville, Tenn., on Friday night.  “I was what they call asymptomatic,” Hughley says in a Twitter video. “I didn’t have any symptoms, the classic symptoms.”  Hughley said he still hasn’t exhibited any of the typical symptoms associated with the coronavirus, including shortness of breath and fever.  “So, in addition to all the other stuff you have to look out for,” Hughley advises in the video, if you “pass out in the middle of a show, onstage, you probably need to get tested.”  Hughley said he plans to quarantine in his Nashville hotel room for 14 days.  While performing Friday night at Zanies Comedy Club before a sold-out crowd, Hughley,  57, suddenly struggled to speak before going limp.  His manager rushed to catch him before he fell off his seat entirely, but he needed help to carry Hughley offstage.  See his video HERE.
*****SEE???????? He wasn’t wearing his MASK!!!!!
UPDATE: He didn’t collapse from the virus. He was dehydrated!!
*****Hey, it worked for Wendy Williams!! But she had Gravy Disease!!

Heather Locklear Engaged

Heather Locklear is engaged to longtime boyfriend Chris Heisser.  She has “been engaged since the end of April, as they were celebrating her year of sobriety,” a source told People magazine.  “Her family, her parents, her siblings, and her daughter are all supporting her and excited for her,” the source added. Locklear and Heisser were reportedly high school sweethearts who reconnected years ago but then dated on-and-off for a while.  In April, Locklear celebrated a year of sobriety after a tumultuous two years that saw the actress hospitalized, sued, placed into a psychiatric hold as well as doing a stint in outpatient drug rehab after many personal tribulations.  “Hugs will come later! 1 year sober today!!!” Locklear wrote alongside an image of a lengthy quote – attributed to Maya Angelou – about “life” and what it means to “live.”  “I’ve learned that no matter what happens, or how bad it seems today, life does go on, and it will be better tomorrow,” the passage says.
*******Her boyfriend is “locking in the crazy!!!”
****Heather proves that inside every gorgeous woman… there’s a crazy one trying to get out!!

Angelina Jolie Divorced Brad For The Kids

Angelina Jolie is opening up about why she made the decision to leave Brad Pit, the father of her six kids — Maddox, PaxZahara, Shiloh, and twins Knox and Vivienne.  “I separated for the well-being of my family. It was the right decision,” she told Vogue India magazine. “I continue to focus on their healing.”   Jolie added, “Some have taken advantage of my silence, and the children see lies about themselves in the media, but I remind them that they know their own truth and their own minds. In fact, they are six very brave, very strong young people.”  She previously told Harper’s Bazaar magazine how the last few years have been physically, emotionally and mentally turbulent for her.  “My body has been through a lot over the past decade, particularly the past four years, and I have both the visible and invisible scars to show for it,” Jolie said.  “The invisible ones are harder to wrestle with. Life takes many turns. Sometimes you get hurt, you see those you love in pain, and you can’t be as free and open as your spirit desires. It’s not new or old, but I do feel the blood returning to my body,” she added.
*******Has she been talking to Heather Locklear??
******She and Brad split the kids 50/50 – she got 50 and he got 50!!
******Meanwhile, the kids were tapping out in Morse Code: “Help!!!!!!!”

Cobain’s “Unplugged” Guitar Sells Big

Kurt Cobain‘s guitar from Nirvana’sMTV Unplugged” gig sold Saturday for a record $6 million, Julien’s Auctions reported.  Pre-auction bids on Cobain’s 1959 Martin D-18E guitar hit $1 million.  The buyer was Peter Freedman, founder of RODE Microphones, who attended the live auction in Beverly Hills and successfully won the axe in a global bidding war among those who participated live on the floor, online and on the phone.  Freedman plans to display the guitar in a worldwide tour of exhibitions to be held in galleries and art spaces, with all proceeds (including the guitar) going to the performing arts, the auction house said.  “When I heard that this iconic guitar was up for auction I immediately knew it was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to secure it and use it as a vehicle to spotlight the struggles that those in the performing arts are facing and have always faced,” Freedman said in a statement put out by Julien’s.
******We’re wondering: who was selling it?? Courtney Love???
****The auction was casual!! The invitation said, “Come As You Are!!”
****Did it come in a “Heart-Shaped Box??”

DiCaprio Celebrates GF’s 23rd Birthday With A Yacht Party

Leonardo DiCaprio was seen partying on a yacht to celebrate his girlfriend Camila Morrone’s 23rd birthday.  He was one of the few guests to wear a mask at the crowded affair. Invitees wore cowboy hats and western attire. Actress Nina Dobrev, Olympic snowboarder Shaun White, actors Kevin Connolly and Lukas Haas attended the party.  The boat, a 43-meter Leight Star Super Yacht, docked at Marina Del Rey in LA. It sailed out toward Malibu at 11 a.m. and returned to shore around 4:30 p.m.  Morrone, a model, and DiCaprio have been together since December 2017. They made their Oscars debut this February, the first time the actor has brought a date to the award show since bringing Gisele Bundchen in 2005.
******Do you think she’ll wind up marrying Tom Brady, too??
*****Leo has had to put up with a lot to date her!! He has to make sure she’s in bed by 8 so she can get up for school!!
*****His next girlfriend hasn’t been born yet!!


Ripping The Tabloids (Throughout the week, we’ll give you the stories from that weeks tabs!)
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Ben’s Beard Grows Darker!-(National Enquirer)

While Ben Affleck’s mood gets lighter in his new relationship with Ana de Armas, his beard has been getting darker!  “The gray hairs in Ben’s beard have disappeared-he must be doing it himself at home!” squealed a source.  “Ben is very aware he’s being photographed whenever he leaves his house and didn’t like what he was seeing.  Thus he did a little at-home grooming-and poof!”  the source suggested Ben start his own grooming business.  “He’s doing a great job!”

Things You Don’t Know About:  Pat Sajak-(Globe)

Snarky Pat Sajak made his debut on “Wheel of Fortune” in 1981 after series creator Merv Griffin hired him for “odd” sense of humor-and he’s anchored more than 7,000 episodes since!  The Chicago-born host is now set to add even more to that impressive number because he’s signed to stay on through 2022.  Here are things you don’t now about the 73-yer-old game show legend.

  1. He served in the U.S. Army as a disc jockey for the American Forces Vietnam Network.
  2. He was parodied in a “Sesame Street” sketch with a Muppet Named Pat Playjacks, who hosted “Squeal of Fortune”-a game show featuring a noisy pig.
  3. He typically shoots “Wheel” 35 days a year, spread over nine months-and reportedly makes $15 million annually.


William’s Little Helpers-(Us Weekly)

Norfolk, England, June 6

In honor of Volunteers Week in the U.K., the royal family shared a sweet photo of Princess Charlotte, 5, and Prince George, 6, delivering food to the elderly with their dad, Prince William.

Getting’ Cheeky-(Star)

May 23

Mario Lopez’s dimples have always served him well-and it looks like his 11-month-old son, Santino has been blessed with the same cute feature!  The TV personality, 46, shared this adorable shot with the tot as the pair got ready for some Saturday shenanigans.  The doting dad has a bit of downtime before Peacock’s Saved by the Bell reboot-in which he reprises his character, A.C. Slater-resumes production.  Until then, he’s taking advantage of the extra family time in quarantine with wife Courtney and their kids, including Gia, 9, and Dominic, 6.  Well, for the most part;  he joked on Access Hollywood that he was giving his little ones melatonin to get them to sleep-so he and his wife can indulge in some alone time!

Gwen & Blake’s Trust Issues-(Life & Style)

There’s no doubt that Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton are in it for the long haul; however, she’s still having trouble trusting the country singer, 43.  The 50-year-old rocker ended her marriage to Gavin Rossdale in 2015 after she allegedly caught him cheating with the family’s nanny-and insiders say she won’t let it happen again.  Gwen and her boys, Kingston, 14, Zuma, 11, and Apollo, 6, “have been staying at Blake’s Oklahoma ranch, and twice she’s had to fly them back to LA to see their dad,” notes an insider  “Instead of spending the night, though, she hops right back on the plane to be with Blake!”  While his friends “find it weird,” the Voice coach, who’s hinted that his ex-wife Miranda Lambet cheated on him, too, “just kind of shrugs it off,” the insider shares.  “He’s got nothing to hide.”

Christian Hangs Ten-(People)

Los Angeles, June 7

Christian Bale traded his Batsuit for a wet suit, waxing his surfboard before catching some waves at the beach.

Last Laughs-(In Touch)

“Bri Strauss and Chris Watson won the first season of The Bachelor:  Listen to Your Heart.  Some say they cheated by using a stethoscope.”-David Spade.



Driver Finds Snake While Driving

Police in Missouri came to the assistance of a driver who pulled over at the side of the interstate and fled her vehicle when she discovered a snake slithering around the floorboards.  The Eureka Police Department said officers responded to a woman who “called hysterically asking for help” when she found a snake inside her car while traveling Thursday morning on Interstate 44.  Police arrived and were unable to reach the snake, so the car was towed to a safer location while officers waited for the serpent to come out of hiding.  The department said “the snake made the right decision and fled the vehicle” shortly after it was towed, and the woman returned to the road before noon.  See the pic HERE.
*******The snake was thinking, “This ain’t worth it!! There isn’t even a toilet in here!!”
TOPIC: Ever find an animal in your car?? Spider? Bee?? Squirrel? Rodent??

Ohio Town May Change Name To Honor Famous Chef

The controversy over depictions of Christopher Columbus in Columbus, Ohio, has led to an online petition calling for the city to be renamed Flavortown in honor of Guy Fieri.  The city of Columbus announced Thursday that the statue of Columbus outside of City Hall would be removed, and officials are asking the Arts Commission to consider changes to the city’s seal, flag and other symbols.  The petition calls for the city to go a step further by changing its name to Flavortown in celebration of the city’s culinary bonafides and one of its most famous natives, TV chef Guy Fieri. “Why not rename the city Flavortown? The new name is twofold. For one, it honors Central Ohio’s proud heritage as a culinary crossroads and one of the nation’s largest test markets for the food industry,” the petition states.  “Secondly, cheflebrity Guy Fieri was born in Columbus, so naming the city in honor of him (he’s such a good dude, really) would be superior to its current nomenclature,” it adds.  The petition had amassed more than 7,800 signatures as of Friday afternoon.
*******Can we take points off for the hairdo??
********Now that we’re changing the names of cities, can Hell, Michigan be far behind??
*******There aren’t any cities named after Hitler, are there??

Giant Cherry Breaks Record

A pair of siblings in Italy said they found a giant cherry in their orchard that weighs nearly an ounce and unofficially broke the Guinness World Record.  Sebastiano Zanoni, owner of a farm in Paese, Treviso, said he and his sister, Selene Zanoni were working in the cherry orchard when they spotted a giant cherry on one of their trees. The cherry weighed 0.88 ounce, and the siblings soon discovered the Guinness World Record for heaviest cherry was only 0.84 ounce.  The pair said they looked into getting official recognition for the cherry, but they found out it would cost $782 to have a Guinness adjudicator visit their farm soon enough that the cherry wouldn’t rot before they arrived.  See it HERE.
********Is it wrong that we immediately thought of Rebel Wilson??
******This cherry story is the pits!!
******TOPIC: The biggest fruit you’ve ever seen!! (careful)

Man Breaks Stationary Bike Record

A restaurant owner in Spain broke a Guinness World Record when he spent 297 consecutive hours riding a stationary exercise bike.  Ben Miles, owner of the Son Amar Restaurant in Bunyola, on the island of Mallorca, celebrated International Environment Day on June 5 by beginning his Guinness World Record attempt for the longest marathon on a static bike.  Miles, who said his aim was to raise awareness of environmental causes, had to keep up a speed of at least 12 mph during his attempt, rode for a total of 12 days and nine hours. He was allowed a 20-minute break every five hours to change his clothes and take a brief nap.  Miles finished his record-breaking attempt by getting down on one knee and proposing to his girlfriend, Beatriz, who accepted.
*********He promised to ride her like a bike on the honeymoon!!
********His stunt was a metaphor for everyone in radio: we’re pedaling hard, but not getting anywhere!!
******He told his fiance… “your lips are like the pedals… on my stationary bike!!”







Beliefs People Once Had About Coronavirus That Aren’t True

Huffington Post


The myth: Summer weather will kill off the virus

At the start of the pandemic, some experts speculated that the virus could be seasonal and may possibly go dormant in the summer.

However, “it is not yet known whether weather and temperature affect the spread of COVID-19,” according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. “Some other viruses, like those that cause the common cold and flu, spread more during cold weather months but that does not mean it is impossible to become sick with these viruses during other months.”


The myth: You’re in the clear if you’ve already had COVID-19

We don’t know if having the virus once provides a person with immunity against getting it again, so it’s important to use the same caution as everyone else.

“We’re still waiting for some of the studies to come out that really tell us for sure that when you’ve had the virus and mounted an antibody to it, that you are protected,” Roger Shapiro, associate professor of immunology and infectious diseases at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, said during a May news conference.

“And we can only do that when we get the data from actual studies that show that,” Shapiro continued. “And so that hesitation people have had or the qualification people have made has been we don’t know yet whether having the virus will protect us and for how long. And the general feeling is that there’s a lot of optimism that it will be the case.”


The myth: Face masks are useless

There was a lot of guidance surrounding the use of masks when the pandemic first hit North America ― particularly that it was unnecessary to wear one unless you were already sick. But now health experts say face coverings provide veritable protection. Both those infected by the virus and those who are virus-free should wear masks when in public spaces in order to keep everyone safe.


The myth: Face masks are a surefire way to prevent contracting the virus

Masks can slow the spread of the virus ― and more reports are showing how effective they can be for personal protection ― but they can’t thwart it entirely.

In other words, don’t expect to only wear a mask and be fine. Other health measures, like frequent hand washing, social distancing and avoiding touching your face can also help reduce the spread.


The myth: The virus is lab-made

One of the biggest conspiracies floating around the internet is that the coronavirus was created in a lab rather than evolving in the natural world. New research has debunked this myth: The virus is the result of evolution, not lab engineering. Despite internet rumors, there is no evidence to suggest that this is the case.


The myth: Packages are spreading the virus

As the CDC explains: “In general, because of poor survivability of these coronaviruses on surfaces, there is likely very low risk of spread from products or packaging that are shipped over a period of days or weeks at ambient temperatures.”

The risk of transmission from packages, grocery bags, deliveries and other surfaces is even relatively low, despite concerns that were raised at the beginning of the pandemic. Check out the CDC guidelines for running essential errands — like grocery shopping, banking and getting gas — safely.


The myth: Ingesting bleach kills virus pathogens

No, no, absolutely not, please no.

This myth was borne from comments made by President Donald Trump during a news briefing early in the pandemic. This is not true by any means; introducing bleach or other disinfectants to the body by any means — whether by drinking, injecting or spraying — is incredibly dangerous. Do not do this.


The myth: Children are fine or they cannot contract the virus

As the World Health Organization points out, older people and those with preexisting medical conditions appear to be at higher risk for becoming very sick from the virus. But people of all ages can be infected. That includes children.

In fact, recently there have been cases reported of multisystem inflammatory syndrome occurring in kids who also had COVID-19. “Different body parts can become inflamed, including the heart, lungs, kidneys, brain, skin, eyes, or gastrointestinal organs,” according to the CDC.


The myth: Our pets are spreading the virus

A small number of pets have reportedly tested positive for COVID-19, but the risk of animals spreading the virus to humans is considered low, according to the CDC. If someone in your house is sick with the virus, they should isolate from the rest of the household, including animals, according to guidelines.


The myth: Ibuprofen can worsen symptoms

In March, Tylenol suddenly became the reigning pain reliever as word spread that ibuprofen (the name for over-the-counter pain meds like Advil) could increase painful symptoms of COVID-19. There’s no medical evidence that suggests ibuprofen is unsafe for treating coronavirus symptoms. (In fact, some scientists are even testing it as one form of treatment in certain cases.) Even so, it’s best to check with a medical professional before you take anything.


The myth: If you don’t have any symptoms, you’re coronavirus-free

Common symptoms of coronavirus can be similar to the flu, but they also extend beyond that. These include fever or chills, cough, difficulty breathing, fatigue, body aches, headache, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea.

A person who doesn’t exhibit any of these symptoms can still be infected with the coronavirus and can spread the virus to others. Some cases of COVID-19 are asymptomatic, meaning the patient doesn’t show symptoms or has yet to develop any. Other times, people may be presymptomatic, when they’re not showing any signs of the virus but they have the infection in their system. These people can still spread the virus.


The myth: Drinking alcohol can protect you from the virus

If only. You might have heard that alcohol kills germs, but that’s not what happens after drinking a bunch of wine. There’s no evidence this is true. And, as the WHO stresses, “the harmful use of alcohol increases your risk of health problems.”


The myth: Thermal scanners can detect the virus

Thermal scanners can detect fever. Fever is one symptom of the coronavirus, but many people infected with the virus do not have fevers. Fevers can also be associated with conditions unrelated to the coronavirus.


The myth: Antibiotics can prevent and kill the virus

While antibiotics are successful at treating some health issues, coronavirus is not one of them. Antibiotics work against bacteria, not viruses. (Still, some physicians have prescribed or used antibiotics against COVID-19.)


The myth: 5G networks can spread the virus

This myth became widespread in part because of celebrities like Woody Harrelson and Keri Hilson sharing it on social media. Ever since 5G cellular networks have been proposed, conspiracy theorists have speculated about the effects on human health. The conspiracy has since evolved.

“Some suggest that 5G networks cause radiation, which, in turn, triggers the virus,” Recode reported. “Others float that reports of the novel coronavirus were actually a cover-up for the installation of 5G towers. A few accounts push the idea that 5G and Covid-19 are part of a broader effort to ′depopulate’ Earth.” None of this is true. Viruses can’t travel on radio waves or mobile networks.


The myth: If you can hold your breath for a prolonged period you are virus-free

In March, a Facebook post claimed that if you could hold your breath for more than 10 seconds without coughing or discomfort, you couldn’t have the virus. The self-check guidance went viral, leading many people to try the experiment themselves. But the test is futile. You can’t confirm the coronavirus with a breathing test. The best way to check for the virus is to get tested through a medical lab.


The myth: Taking a hot bath can kill the virus

It cannot. The CDC states that hot water (and extremely hot or cold temperatures in general) cannot kill the coronavirus.


The myth: Hand dryers can kill the virus

Hand dryers cannot kill the virus. There is promising news about some UV light, however. In May, New York’s Metropolitan Transit Agency tested the use of ultraviolet disinfecting technology on subways, and has since decided to expand the program .


The preceding material was compiled and edited by Brandon Castillo.  The Editor-In-Chief is Gary Bryan.  The Radio Genius Show Prep Service is licensed for use on-air only by subscribing radio stations.  Other means of redistribution is forbidden.
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