— Delish magazine says Denny’s is offering free bacon bouquets for Father’s Day.They are giving away the bouquets at no charge when you order $25 worth of food from them through Postmates and use the promo code “BACONBOUQUET.”
– The Wall Street Journal and NY Post say McDonald’s won’t be bringing back grilled chicken, salads or bagels anytime soon because the coronavirus has forced them to streamline their menu.
– Brobible says HBO’s Hard Knocks show will follow the Rams and Chargers this year
– Bloomberg says Ford is making plans to install a hands-free driving system on their new electric Mustang. The car will be out later this year
Hairdressers Urged To Give Clients The Silent Treatment: The Daily Mail says the National Hair And Beauty Federation is urging hairdressers to remain quiet while styling hair. They say the more a stylist or barber talks to a client, the greater the chances of them contracting the coronavirus if the client is sick. ”To reduce the amount of time a customer spends in the chair, salons have been advised to trial online consultations where they will be able to discuss the treatment. This could be done before your salon or barbershop is fully open for business. This also gives you an opportunity to talk to clients about safety measures you’re taking to protect them and your team and to establish if an allergy alert test is needed.”
Health Club Study
Brobible says Fit Rated recently conducted a study to find the cleanest and least cleanest health clubs. Anytime Fitness and Planet Fitness are considered the top two cleanest gyms while 24 Hour Fitness, LA Fitness and Gold’s Gym are the dirtiest. Free weights are the cleanest pieces of equipment in the gym followed by machines and treadmills. Showers, lockers and bathrooms should be avoided because they are germ-laden
Coronavirus Work Survey
A new survey by Cartridge Save reveals that 30% of people don’t feel safe returning to work because of the coronavirus. Other findings:
– 10% of workers say it’s too soon to return to the office because of the coronavirus.
– 3% of workers believe the coronavirus threat is over
Coronavirus Antibody Study
A new study published in the journal Nature Medicine reveals that coronavirus antibodies may disappear in people two to three months after they recover. The study found that antibodies were undetectable after three months in 40% of asymptomatic people and 13% of symptomatic people. Asymptomatic people also showed a weaker immune system in the months following their exposure to the coronavirus.