• NYU Agrees to Allow Early Graduation for Med School Students Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

    8 days ago - By Celebrity Babies

    Medical students at New York University could have the chance to graduate early in an effort to bring more doctors to the front lines of the battle against the novel coronavirus in the state.
    “In response to the growing spread of COVID-19, and in response to Governor Cuomo's directive to get more physicians into the health system more quickly, NYU Grossman School of Medicine and NYU have agreed to permit early graduation for its medical students, pending approval from the New York State Department of Education, Middle States and the Liaison Committee on Medical Education ,” a spokesperson...
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  • Allbirds Will Give a Free Pair of Shoes to Healthcare Workers Responding to COVID-19 with Every Purchase of This Bundle

    Allbirds Will Give a Free Pair of Shoes to Healthcare Workers Responding to COVID-19 with Every Purchase of This Bundle

    8 days ago - By Celebrity Babies

    As the number of new COVID-19 cases caused by coronavirus continues to rise across the U.S., celebrity-loved sneaker brand Allbirds is doing its part to help the healthcare community that is currently on the forefront of the battle against the virus.
    Last week, Allbirds released a statement saying it would donate a pair of Wool Runners to “anyone who works in healthcare and is on the front lines of fighting COVID-19 right now.” Now, after donating nearly $500,000 worth of shoes, Allbirds has announced a new Healthcare Donation Bundle to help accommodate the requests.
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  • Starbucks Pledges Free Coffees to 'Front-Line Responders' Helping In Coronavirus Outbreak

    8 days ago - By Celebrity Babies

    Starbucks will fuel those braving the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic .
    On Wednesday, the company announced that it will offer free coffee to customers who identify themselves as “front-line responders to the COVID-19 outbreak.” Now through May 3, these essential workers helping during the health crisis will receive a 12-ounce brewed coffee, hot or iced, at not cost.
    In addition to the free drinks, the Starbucks Foundation will also donate $500,000 split evenly between two organizations aiming to help the health care industry: Operation Gratitude and Direct Relief .
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