couple wearing masks due to the coronavirus outbreak

As the coronavirus continues to spread, consumers are seeking legal help in its wake. Here is our germ-free guide to the coronavirus outbreak that will be updated continually with the latest in legal news.

If you believe that your rights were violated by a company as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, you may be entitled to compensation. Fill out the form on this page for more information.

Alaska Sues Man for Profiting from COVID-19

An Alaska resident is facing a lawsuit after stockpiling thousands of N95 face masks and then selling them for a huge profit to consumers fearful of contracting COVID-19.

The state says Juan Lyle Aune, who has a business called Spazzylab, bought every N95 mask he could find at Home Depot, Spenard Builders Supply and Lowe’s.

At first, the lawsuit claims Aune was selling 20-packs that he purchased for $22 for $60, but by the end of February the price rose to $90.

The coronavirus lawsuit says Aune’s behavior “violates fundamental concepts of fairness.” The state is seeking fines of between $1,000 and $25,000 for each violation of the Unfair Trade Practices Act.

In addition, the state wants Aune to return his “unconscionable” profit back to consumers.

Read more about this price gouging case here. 

Chicago Nurse Allegedly Fired Over Coronavirus Email

A recently fired Chicago nurse says she was let go from Northwestern Medical Hospital for sending out an email to co-workers and supervisors that stated the masks provided to employees by the hospital were not as effective as N95 face masks.

According to the coronavirus lawsuit, hospital staff were told that they could not wear N95 masks even if they had one.

After treating COVID-19 patients for weeks without wearing a N95 mask, the plaintiff informed her supervisors via email that the following day she would be wearing a Particulate Respirator N95 mask to her job.

She was reportedly fired that day. Click here to learn more. 

Texas Inmates Class Action Alleges Inadequate COVID-19 Protection

Inmates in a Texas geriatric prison say they don’t have proper access to hand sanitizer or hand soap and are left unprotected during the spread of the coronavirus.

The class action was filed by two inmates both over the age of 50 and with underlying medical problems. They say both of these factors makes them more vulnerable to contracting COVID-19.

In addition, the plaintiffs claim that ironically they are tasked with making hand sanitizer that is then sold by the prison but are unable to use the product themselves.

Learn more about the conditions inmates are facing by clicking here.

Chicago Bars, Restaurants Challenge Denial of COVID-19 Insurance Coverage

Chicago businesses who have been forced to close their doors have filed a business interruption lawsuit against Society Insurance who has already refused to cover financial losses related to the required coronavirus closures.

Chicago bars, restaurants and movie theaters remain closed due to COVID-19Movie theaters, bars, and restaurants claim that Society Insurance’s policies state that it will cover the cost if the government mandates business closures.

According to the business interruption lawsuit, Society Insurance sent a notice to their customers letting them know that they would not be covering coronavirus related losses because the businesses didn’t suffer a “physical loss.”

The businesses argue that a dangerous virus that forces them to close does in fact constitute a physical loss.

Read more about the business insurance denial lawsuit by clicking here.

What the Coronavirus Pandemic Means for Work

New laws related to employment are starting to be passed as the coronavirus outbreak has made working conditions change swiftly over the past few weeks.

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Security (CARES) Act is offering unemployed Americans $600 per week and this benefit is also available to independent contractors, gig workers and freelancers.

Another law called the Families First Coronavirus Response Act is providing paid leave to those who can’t work because they have to care for sick family members and those who have been diagnosed with the coronavirus and therefore are unable to work.

Learn more about your employment rights during the COVID-19 pandemic here. 

Voting Groups Say Ohio Coronavirus Law Is Unfair

The League of Women Voters of Ohio and several Ohio residents claim that the new state law that prohibits in-person voting due to the coronavirus is unfair and may stop a lot of citizens from casting their ballots.

House Bill 197 was recently passed and reportedly limits voting options to mail-in only.

Some Ohio residents who planned on voting in-person say they don’t have the resources to print out voting forms and don’t have money to buy stamps.

“The unrealistic and unyielding process H.B. 197 sets forth for mail voting will unduly burden and disenfranchise Plaintiffs,” the coronavirus lawsuit states.

Read more by clicking here. 

Government Workers File COVID-19 Hazard Pay Class Action Lawsuit

A federal employee union has filed a class action lawsuit that seeks hazard pay for those working in jobs that exposes them to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The American Federation of Government Employees claim they are owed a 25 percent pay increase for being exposed to “virulent biologicals.”

The coronavirus class action tells the story of several federal employees who were forced to work in contact with those who were exposed to the virus while not being offered protective gear or only given gloves.

Find out more about the government workers COVID-19 hazard pay class action here.

24 Hour Fitness Class Action Says Members Charged Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

24 Hour Fitness has closed all of its 430 gyms nationwide but continues to charge its members monthly fees, according to a recently filed class action.

The 24 Hour Fitness class action claims that if the company continues to unfairly charge members while it remains closed, it will retain $120 million per month.

New York Sports Club is renowned for its high quality service but may be taking advantage of consumers during the coronavirus outbreak.The plaintiff says the only reason why customers pay for the monthly gym fee is so they have 24 hour access to its equipment and facilities.

The 24 Hour Fitness class action seeks to represent all gym members nationwide who have been charged monthly fees since the company closed its doors.

Find out more about the gym class action here. 

Thomas Keller Wants Insurance To Cover Coronavirus Restaurant Shutdown Losses

Two California restaurants owned by chef Thomas Keller have filed a lawsuit against Hartford Fire Insurance over claims that their “all-risk” policies should cover financial losses caused by the coronavirus shutdown.

The COVID-19 lawsuit claims that The French Laundry and Bouchon Bistro have been closed since March 18 and about 300 employees have been temporarily let go.

The restaurants allege that their business interruption insurance policies should cover government-mandated closures which is what has occurred in California.

“Under the policy, insurance is extended to apply to the actual loss of business income sustained and the actual, necessary and reasonable extra expenses incurred when access to the scheduled premises is specifically prohibited by order of civil authority,” the coronavirus lawsuit states.

Read more by clicking on this link.

NRA Files Lawsuit Following Coronavirus Gun Store Closures

A recently filed lawsuit claims that gun stores should be allowed to continue operations during the coronavirus outbreak as they are considered “essential.”

The National Rifle Association of America and various gun owners say forcing gun shops to close during the coronavirus not only prevents consumers from protecting their families, it’s also a violation of the Second Amendment.

According to the NRA lawsuit, government officials are taking advantage of public fear to infringe on constitutional gun rights.

Read more about the lawsuit here. 

New York Sports Club Class Action Says Gym Still Charging Members Despite COVID Closure

New York Sports Club locations have been closed since March 16, but gym members are still being charged upwards of $120 a month, according to a coronavirus class action lawsuit.

The class action states that charging consumers for something they don’t have access to is the “height of corporate greed, lack of empathy and putting profits before people.”

According to a New York Sports Club member, requests to cancel gym memberships are not being honored at this time.

Find out more about the gym closure class action here. 

Fake Coronavirus Cure Website Shut Down by DOJ

The Department of Justice has taken immediate action against an online company offering a fraudulent coronavirus cure.

According to the Justice Department, the website was offering consumers a vaccine kit if they paid a $4.99 shipping fee.

The federal agency says they are very concerned about coronavirus scams and are taking swift action against companies offering any fake cures.

The DOJ has reaffirmed that at this point there is no cure or vaccine for COVID-19 so they are warning the public to beware of fake coronavirus cures.

Read more about the fake cure website shut down here. 

Be Careful of COVID-19 Stimulus Check Scams

While the U.S. government is promising stimulus checks as a way to help the financial downturn, experts are warning consumers to be careful about coronavirus scams.

Some examples of stimulus check scams include having fake companies pose as government entities to obtain personal identifying information from consumers.

Another stimulus check scam could also take the form of individuals requesting a “processing fee” from consumers in order to get their stimulus checks faster.

Find out more ways to protect yourself against potential stimulus check scams here. 

Arizona Universities Class Action Lawsuit Requests COVID Refund

Arizona university students are asking for reimbursement of their room and board fees after dorms have closed during the coronavirus outbreak.

community college students walking campusAccording to a class action lawsuit, more than 100,000 students enrolled in Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University and the University of Arizona have already paid for their spring 2020 room and board but have not be refunded since the housing has closed.

Room and board at these universities reportedly range between close to $11,000 to $13,500. Parents and students who are paying for these fees without using the dorms say its “unlawful and unfair” for the Arizona universities to keep these funds.

Learn more about the Arizona universities class action by clicking here. 

COVID-19 Suspends Student Loan Low Interest Rates, Class Action Says

A student loan provider is facing a class action lawsuit after discontinuing its low interest program as the economy suffers due to the coronavirus.

Northstar Education Finance announced its decision to end its program in March 2020 in an alleged violation of its own loan contracts as well as a previous settlement agreement.

The loan repayment plan is called the “T.H.E. Repayment Bonus.” It reportedly gives consumers a lower interest rate if they pay their loans on-time or at least no more than 59 days late.

Find out more about this coronavirus class action here. 

ICE Detainees Class Action Lawsuit Argues for Coronavirus Release

A class action filed on behalf of ICE detainees claims that immigrants are “literally trapped” in jail while the coronavirus continues to spread.

The plaintiffs allege that they are forced to remain in close proximity to each other without enough toilet paper or soap to adequately prevent becoming infected with COVID-19.

The ICE detainees class action argues that immigrants should be freed briefly with ankle monitors until the pandemic subsides.

Read more about the class action by clicking here. 

Coronavirus Class Action Says Small Businesses Suffering Due to COVID-19 Closures

A Pennsylvania small business along with two of its former employees have filed a class action that alleges the governor’s order to close all “inessential” companies violates federal protections.

The owners of Schulmerich Bells say Governor Tom Wolf’s closure order violates the Fifth Amendment because it ordered businesses to close without providing compensation.

The class action claims that the former employees are now out of work for an indefinite length of time.

Find out more about this small business class action lawsuit here. 

A Consumer Protection Guide to the COVID-19 Pandemic

Multiple new consumer protection laws have been established due to the coronavirus pandemic. The National Consumer Law Center has announced various ways that consumers can benefit from relief measures.

Foreclosure suspension – the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) offers homeowners who have a mortgage loan through a federally-backed service to postpone possible foreclosures.

Student loans – the Department of Education is offering borrowers a two month grace period where monthly payments are not required. In addition, the DOE has set a 0% interest rate on federal student loans for the next 60 days.

Phone service – the Federal Communications Commission has announced a commitment from 1,000 telecommunications companies to not cancel phone service from consumers who can’t pay their bills for 60 days.

Learn about more coronavirus consumer protections here. 

Wisc. Voters Call for No Witness Signatures During COVID-19

Voters in Wisconsin filed a lawsuit seeking injunctive relief that would remove the requirement to obtain a “witness signature” in order to submit an absentee ballot.

The COVID-19 outbreak has disrupted the absentee voting process.The Wisconsin voters say not only are they at a high risk of being infected with the coronavirus, they also live alone so finding a witness for their ballots is not an option.

The coronavirus lawsuit asks that the Wisconsin Election Commission put an end to the witness signature stipulation until the COVID-19 outbreak subsides.

Read more about Wisconsin’s voters concerns here. 

Planned Parenthood Sues Texas Over Coronavirus Abortion Ban

Planned Parenthood says Texas’ executive order that prevents scheduled abortions during the coronavirus outbreak violates constitutional rights.

The group argues that by postponing abortions, patients may face a higher risk of being infected with the coronavirus since pregnant women are considered “at risk” when it comes to similar infections like influenza.

In addition, Planned Parenthood claims that forcing women to continue their pregnancies will “impose far greater strains on an already-taxed healthcare system, as prenatal care and delivery involve much greater exhaustion of hospital health care services and PPE (personal protective equipment) than abortions.”

Find out more about the coronavirus abortion ban and what Planned Parenthood is doing to stop it by clicking on this link.

Coronavirus Class Action Lawsuit Alleges China Hid Virus News

A new coronavirus class action accuses the Republic of China of covering-up information about the novel virus that had the ability to spread worldwide.

China has been accused of covering up the impact of coronavirusAccording to the complaint, China knew its residents were becoming sick with a “new” virus since November 2019 but withheld this information from the World Health Organization (WHO) in its own self-interest.

While being aware of the new virus and allowing continuous travel from China to the United States, the plaintiffs say the Chinese government played a large role in widespread deaths across our nation.

“The Defendants’ conduct has set off an unprecedented world-wide pandemic, which has caused panic, illnesses, deaths, and a global recession financial meltdown that will result in a global recession worse than the great depression,” the coronavirus class action claims.

Read more about the China coronavirus class action here. 

Tips for Protecting Your Finances During Coronavirus

Whether you are working shorter hours or are temporarily laid off during this time, finances are on the minds of most Americans. What can you do to protect your money and credit score? We have a few suggestions to get us through the coronavirus outbreak.

Call your provider – from utility companies to internet services, a lot of companies offer deferred payments or a payment plan.

Protect your credit – do you have a student or auto loan balance? Don’t let that slip by, call your lender and see if there’s a way to set up a payment plan that works for you during this time.

Don’t be taken advantage of – there are a lot of people taking advantage of the public’s fear and charging outrageous prices for everyday items. Most states prohibit price gouging during a time of emergency and businesses can be sued for unfair prices.

Find out more ways to protect your finances by clicking here. 

Comic Con Says Fans Are Owed Coronavirus Refunds

After being forced to cancel Boston’s Comic Con this month due to the coronavirus pandemic, the organizer set out to refund all the fans. However, according to a recent lawsuit, this refund effort was thwarted by ticket company GrowTix who reportedly stole the money that was meant to pay back fans.

Outside view of Comic Con in UtahACE Universe Inc. says that in addition to not providing refunds, GrowTix tried to withdraw $2.3 million out of ACE’s bank account. ACE speculates that GrowTix is experiencing “financial peril” and that’s why they are refusing the refunds and holding onto money meant for consumers.

However, “the continued failure to process the refunds expeditiously has and will result in substantial damage to ACE, amounting to hundreds of thousands of dollars in chargeback fees and other related transactional fees avoidable if the Refund Agreement had been followed,” the Comic Con lawsuit states.

Find out more about this lawsuit here. 

Education First Class Action Says Tour Company Canceled Trips Over COVID, Refuses Refunds

A class action lawsuit claims that Education First canceled student tour trips due to the coronavirus outbreak, but then denied refunds to those who paid in advance.

According to plaintiff Natalia Grabovsky, Education First has an unfair “No Public Health Emergency Cash Refund Clause” which enables them to refuse full refunds and instead offers travel vouchers.

The Education First class action states that high school students and their parents paid upwards of $15,000 for these tours that are now canceled and it’s unlikely they will be rescheduled.

The plaintiff says she was eventually offered a refund but it was $1,000 less than she paid to Education First.

The lawsuit is seeking a full refund for everyone who paid for a high school trip through Education First that was scheduled to depart after Jan. 31, 2020.

Read more about this case by clicking here. 

Migrant Families Ask for Release Due To COVID-19

Migrant families say “social distancing” is impossible in the detention centers they’re housed in.

social distancing during the coronavirus outbreakIn a recent emergency petition, the families are asking the courts to consider releasing them in order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

The court document states that these centers not only have shared living, eating and sleeping spaces, they also lack the medical services needed if an outbreak were to occur within the facilities.

The petition is seeking an immediate release of all migrants living in a detention facility.

Learn more about their concerns by clicking on this link.

Gun Rights Lawsuit Says Coronavirus Closures Violate 2nd Amendment Rights

New Jersey gun shops owners say that the governor’s decision to shut down all non-essential businesses which closed their doors is a clear violation of the second amendment.

In a recent coronavirus lawsuit, the gun shop owners allege that they are getting requests from consumers to buy firearms but they are turning business away due to the Executive Order.

One of the plaintiffs in the case is a New Jersey resident who has never purchased a gun but obtained a Firearms Purchaser Identification Card in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.

The plaintiff says he was troubled by the quick spread of the virus and wanted a gun in order to defend his family. Due to the closure of gun shops, he is no longer able to buy a firearm.

Find out more about the gun rights lawsuit here. 

PetConnect Accuses Pet Sellers of Violating Calif. COVID-19 Shutdown

A nonprofit pet rescue organization has filed a lawsuit claiming that some pet sellers in California are continuing to sell puppy mill puppies in violation of the state’s “stay at home” coronavirus order.

PetConnect claims that in addition to violating California governor’s order to remain home except for essential services due to the coronavirus outbreak, pet sellers are also violating state laws that prohibit the sale of non-rescue animals.

The pet rescue organization is seeking a permanent injunction to stop puppy sellers from continuing to operate as well as an immediate temporary restraining order as a way of protecting pets, owners and the public.

Learn more about the puppy mill lawsuit by clicking here. 

Lyft and Uber Drivers Working Despite Being Sick, Court Docs Say

Lyft and Uber drivers are still working despite showing symptoms of the coronavirus, according to recently filed affidavits.

The drivers claim that since they are labeled as contractors, they don’t get sick pay and are therefore forced to work because of the needed income.

uber app on smartphone“I do not want to pick up riders who were either coming from or going to risky locations, such as airports or college campuses, while the coronavirus is spreading across the state, but I am afraid to cancel rides because there are not very many ride requests right now and I need the money,” one of the drivers states.

The drivers say that they don’t feel like they have a choice but to continue working and possibly spreading the coronavirus unless the rideshare companies start deeming contractors as employees. The affidavits are seeking emergency injunctions with the two companies.

Read more about the case here. 

N.J. Inmates Released To Prevent COVID-19 Spread

Up to 1,000 New Jersey inmates are being released from state jails in order to stop the spread of the coronavirus.

Criminal justice advocates and state prosecutors explain that those being released pose very little threat as they are either convicted of probation violations or low level crimes.

This decision comes as health experts have determined that the virus spreads quickly in small confined spaces.

Released inmates are required to self-quarantine and continue to meet with probation officers via phone or video conferencing.

New Jersey isn’t the only one considering this move, even President Trump says he is looking at freeing federal inmates who are considered nonviolent and elderly.

Find out more about what correctional facilities are doing to stop the spread of the coronavirus by clicking here. 

Coronavirus Leaves Courts With Cases Piling Up

Legal cases are piling up as courts continue to close across the nation due to the coronavirus pandemic.

At first, many state and federal courts were only limiting individuals who were exposed to the coronavirus or to those who were diagnosed with COVID-19.

As the virus continues to spread, courts have taken a more proactive step and have either closed completely or only offering very limited services.

By closing their doors, court systems are hoping to flatten the curve of the coronavirus but legal professionals expect to face a growing pile of cases when things return back to normal.

What impact does this have on those waiting for a jury trial? Learn more here. 

HHS Lawsuit Says LGBTQ Denied Care During Coronavirus Pandemic

LGBTQ individuals are reportedly at risk of being denied shelter during the coronavirus outbreak after the Department of Health & Human Services issued a notice of non-enforcement of discrimination.

According to a lawsuit filed by several LGBTQ advocacy groups, $500 billion in HHS grants are supposed to be helping homeless youth, kids in foster care and the elderly.

However, since the HHS has decided not to enforce anti-discrimination laws within its program, the LGBTQ community reportedly faces an increased risk of homelessness.

The LGBTQ coronavirus lawsuit points out that kids and teens who come out as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or queer/questioning have a 120 percent possibility of facing homelessness over their straight peers. Therefore, the impact of not enforcing discrimination laws could be significant on this community during the spread of the coronavirus.

Find out more about the LGBTQ coronavirus lawsuit here. 

Target Class Action Says Hand Sanitizer May Not Kill COVID-19

A class action lawsuit claims that Target is misrepresenting its store brand hand sanitizer as being able to kill “99.9% germs” and prevent viruses such as the coronavirus.

Woman applying hand sanitizerAccording to the plaintiff, there isn’t scientific evidence to support advertising claims that Target’s hand sanitizer has the ability to prevent viruses.

The Target class action states that the retail giant is aware of the public’s fear of viruses and therefore Target’s “implied misrepresentations that it prevents such diseases and illnesses, drives sales and, as a result, earns profits for the company.”

The plaintiff points to a recent action by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration who sent a warning letter to Purell (competitor of Target’s store brand sanitizer) which stated that there is no evidence that proves “killing or decreasing the number of bacteria or viruses on the skin by a certain magnitude produces a corresponding clinical reduction in infection or disease caused by such bacteria or virus.”

Learn more about the Target hand sanitizer class action here. 

New Orleans Restaurant Files Coronavirus Insurance Coverage Lawsuit

A popular New Orleans restaurant has filed a lawsuit over claims that business interruptions following the coronavirus pandemic should be covered by their insurance provider who has offered “all risk” coverage.

Oceana Grill says they’ve been ordered to close their doors early and reduce seating capacity by half which is causing a loss in revenue.

The restaurant claims that insurance provider Lloyd’s of London must honor the terms of their policy and provide financial assistance to make up for having to close their doors during the coronavirus outbreak.

“While some rouge media outlets have called the 2019-2020 coronavirus an exaggerated mass hysteria that will unlikely create significant physical damage, the scientific community, and those personally affected by the virus, recognize the coronavirus as a cause of real physical loss and damage,” Oceana Grill states in their coronavirus lawsuit.

The New Orleans restaurant is asking the court to intervene and require Lloyd’s to cover losses experienced during the virus outbreak.

Read more about the Oceana Grill coronavirus lawsuit by clicking here. 

Beware of Coronavirus Scams, FTC Warns

The Federal Trade Commission is urging the public to be cautious of scammers who might be using the coronavirus outbreak as a way to take advantage of unsuspecting consumers.

The FTC says before making online purchases for cleaning products and other household items, consumers should do a quick search of the company and see if there are any reviews or complaints about them online.

Another tip is to do research before giving to charities as some may be fake and never give money to charities through wire transfers or gift cards. The agency says the best method is via credit cards that you can track.

In addition, the FTC states that consumers should watch out for phishing emails that may expose your personal information.

phishing concept of a fish hook baiting people to give them their username and password during the coronavirus scams“Scammers are taking advantage of fears surrounding the Coronavirus. They’re setting up websites to sell bogus products, and using fake emails, texts, and social media posts as a ruse to take your money and get your personal information,” the FTC warns.

Find out more tips for avoiding coronavirus scams here. 

Alaska Medical Center Urges Employees Not to Strike During Coronavirus

The Alaska Medical Employees Association faces a lawsuit that seeks to stop a planned strike during the coronavirus outbreak.

Employees set to strike include EKG technicians, pharmacists, surgical technicians, lab assistants, nursing assistants, registered nurses, and more.

Plaintiff Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center claims that if the medical staff strike, island residents will face “immediate, irreparable injury.”

The lawsuit urges the federal government along with President Trump to stop the impending strike with a court injunction.

Find out more about the coronavirus medical strike lawsuit here.  

NJ Workers Can’t Get Fired Over Coronavirus Symptoms

New Jersey employees cannot be fired solely because they display coronavirus symptoms, according to a recent guidance from Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal.

If a worker coughs on the job, they still have civil rights and cannot be fired under New Jersey’s Law Against Discrimination, the office states.

New Jersey businesswoman working at her desk while being sickIn addition to prohibiting unfair firings, the Attorney General also called out East Asian employees who are being targeted at their work by fellow employees and supervisors.

“If you have East Asian heritage and a co-worker repeatedly harasses you by claiming that Asian people caused COVID-19 or calling this ‘the Chinese virus,’ your employer must take reasonable action to stop the harassment if they knew or should have known about it,” Grewal states.

The Attorney General further says that New Jersey’s Law Against Discrimination (LAD) prohibits discrimination at hospitals or other medical care facilities. Medical staff cannot prevent those with East Asian heritage from getting the care they need.

Find out more about employees’ rights during the coronavirus pandemic by clicking here. 

Inovio Sued Over False Coronavirus Vaccine Claims

Inovio Pharmaceuticals is facing a class action lawsuit over claims that the company tricked investors and the public about the creation of a coronavirus vaccine.

Inovio’s stocks rose considerably after the CEO of Inovio went on Fox News and informed nationwide viewers of the coronavirus vaccine.

In addition, the CEO met with President Trump a few weeks later, sticking to the story that Inovio was “able to fully construct our vaccine within three hours […] Our plan is to start [U.S. based COVID-19 trials] in April of this year.”

After this development, Inovio’s stock quadrupled and the company decided to sell $50 million of its stock on the open market beginning on March 9.

Citron Research stepped in and asked the SEC to investigate the claims made by Inovio regarding a coronavirus vaccine.

After that, the company was forced to admit that they didn’t have a coronavirus vaccine but only a “viable approach to address the COVID-19 outbreak.”

Read more about the coronavirus vaccine scheme here.

Beware of Coronavirus Money Mule Scams

While staying at home in an effort to flatten the cure of the coronavirus outbreak, many consumers are looking for ways to make a little extra money.

However, government agencies are warning Americans about money mule schemes that may be disguised as work at home job offers.

Unsuspecting consumers may think a new job offer that requires you to transfer money to a “supplier” or “client” is legitimate, when in reality you may be helping criminals move stolen cash.

Find out more about what a money mule scam looks like so you can be prepared during this time of coronavirus self isolation. Click here to learn more.

Bank of America Class Action Seeks Foreclosure Hiatus Due To Coronavirus

A class action lawsuit filed by West Virginia homeowners is asking Bank of America to stop foreclosure proceedings due to the coronavirus pandemic.

wells fargo denied home loan modification leading to foreclosureThe plaintiffs are seeking a legal injunction that would require the banking giant to cease home foreclosures during the national and state declared coronavirus emergency.

The Bank of America class action claims the homeowners were victims of predatory lending and obtained a loan that was higher than their property value.

After a number of unfortunate events, the homeowners say Bank of America started the foreclosure process on their home on March 16, 2020.

Read more of their story here. 

Easy Ways To Make Money At Home

As self isolation becomes the norm due to the spread of COVID-19, a lot of people are using this time to figure out how to make extra money at home.

Top Class Actions is highlighting some of the easy ways to earn extra income in light of coronavirus isolation.

Our guide presents opportunities for consumers to get cash from remote working. Some of our tips include filing claims for every class action settlement you qualify for, taking surveys, watching videos, previewing ads, testing websites, freelance work and much more.

Check out our tips for extra cash by clicking on this link.

ICE Detainees Ask For Release Due to Coronavirus Risk

Immigrants at a Washington detention center have filed a class action lawsuit that requests they be temporarily released in order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

The detainees claim that the facilities where they are housed require them to be in close proximity with each other so social distancing cannot occur.

In addition, the class action lawsuit alleges that some immigrants have serious medical conditions that place them at a life-threatening risk of being infected with the virus.

The coronavirus class action lawsuit states that if they could be released it would help flatten the spread of the virus.

The immigrants claim that if they stay at the detention center they would be at high risk of getting the COVID-19 and there’s a lack of medical equipment or medical care in the facility.

Learn more about the ICE detainees’ class action lawsuit by clicking here. 

A Survival Guide to Remote Working During the Coronavirus Isolation

In the wake of the spread of the coronavirus, businesses are either closed or asking employees to work from home in an attempt to flatten the curve. For a lot of employees this is the first time they’ve experienced remote working.

working from home during coronavirus outbreakAt Top Class Actions we consider ourselves work from home pros, since our entire company is 100 percent remote. We thought it would be fun to create a guide to help those transitioning to working from home for the first time.

A few of our tips include creating a designated space for working, putting on some background noise to cover up distracting sounds, schedule breaks away from your desk, do some yoga or stretching, and so many more.

Click on this link to find out more about remote working from your friends at Top Class Actions.

Alex Jones Ordered to Stop Selling Coronavirus Cures

The owner of the website InfoWars has been ordered to stop selling a fake coronavirus cure by the New York Attorney General.

Alex Jones reportedly sold supplements such as Superblue toothpaste and Silver Sol on his InfoWars website with marketing claims that the products could “kill the whole SARS-corona family at point-blank range.”

New York Attorney General Letitia James says statements that there’s a coronavirus cure amounts to profiting off of public fears. “As the coronavirus continues to pose serious risks to public health, Alex Jones has spewed outright lies and has profited off of New Yorkers’ anxieties,” James said in the statement.

The silver generator products reportedly sold out quickly at prices upward of $250. According to James, this shows that consumers fell for the false advertising of a coronavirus cure.

Read more about the fake coronavirus cure here. 

Princess Cruise Lawsuit Alleges COVID-19 Peril

A Princess Cruise lawsuit claims that thousands of passengers were exposed to the coronavirus despite the cruise company being well aware of the risk.

The plaintiffs note that the coronavirus started to become a public fear after 10 case were reportedly discovered on a Princess Cruise Lines ship in Japan.

Princess Cruise Lines shipThe Princess Cruise coronavirus lawsuit claims that the coronavirus outbreak on that ship spread to more than 700 passengers in a short amount of time.

The plaintiffs point to a statement made by the CDC three days before their cruise was to depart which warned that “the rate of new reports of positives new on board [the Diamond Princess], especially among those without symptoms, highlights the high burden of infection on the ship and potential for ongoing risk.”

Despite having a clear warning of the risk of COVID-19, the Princess Cruise Line reportedly decided to sail with 3,000 passengers and placed profits above the safety of the passengers.

Learn more about the Princess Cruise lawsuit by clicking here.

Coronavirus Class Action Lawsuit Blames China for Pandemic

The Chinese government did not move fast enough to contain the coronavirus which has now turned into a worldwide pandemic, according to a class action lawsuit.

Five Florida residents are suing the People’s Republic of China along with other governmental agencies over allegations of mishandling the virus that started in December 2019.

The coronavirus class action claims that the Chinese government did not contain the virus, did not report the outbreak in a timely manner, and underreported cases by saying that deaths were because of pneumonia and not the coronavirus.

The plaintiffs are alleging harm in the form of emotional distress, financial injury, lost social contact, and fear.

Read more about the Chinese coronavirus class action here. 

Courts Shut Down as Coronavirus Spreads

State and federal courts are closing their doors across the nation in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak. Top Class Actions is keeping track of the status of the court systems so our viewers will have the latest information.

Many of the closures involve postponing trials or excusing jurors over the age of 60 who are at a higher risk.

Thousands of women are suing Johnsonm & Johnson alleghing that its baby powder caused them to develop cancer.Those courthouses who haven’t shut down completely are limiting face-to-face litigation and opting for more telephone or video conferencing.

What does this mean for you? If you are a plaintiff or a defendant in an active case, this means rescheduled hearings and trials.

Top Class Actions viewers following cases and hoping for a settlement payout will have to wait even longer as courts remain closed.

Which courts are closed and for how long? Find out here. 

Televangelist Jim Bakker Faces Lawsuit After Selling Fake ‘Coronavirus Cure’

Televangelist Jim Bakker faces a lawsuit filed by the state of Missouri over claims that he is selling a coronavirus cure on the Jim Bakker Show and on the Jim Bakker Show website.

The so-called coronavirus cure is reportedly sold as Silver Solution, Silver Sol and Optivida Silver Solution. For a $80 to $125 donation, Jim Bakker Show viewers can receive the fake coronavirus cure that is marketed as having the ability to “disrupt foreign elements without disturbing the body’s natural environment.”

According to the coronavirus cure lawsuit, Bakker’s actions violate the Missouri Merchandising Practices Act and unfairly targets the elderly.

In addition to the coronavirus lawsuit, Bakker has been sent a cease and desist order from the New York Attorney General’s office and a warning letter from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

The FDA warning letter states that “there are currently no vaccines, potions, lotions, lozenges or other prescription or over-the-counter products available to treat or cure coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19).”

Since receiving the warning letter, the coronavirus cure products have been removed from the Jim Bakker Show website.

Learn more about the so-called coronavirus cure by clicking on this link.

Princess Cruise Lawsuit Says Co. Hid Coronavirus Risk

A couple still on board a Princess Cruise ship has filed a lawsuit over claims that company failed to protect its passengers from the novel coronavirus.

According to plaintiffs Ronald and Eva W., Princess Cruise knew that one passenger from a previous trip developed coronavirus symptoms and exposed fellow travelers and crew members.

However, the company made the decision to continue to sail with 3,000 passengers, 62 of which were on that previous voyage.

The Princess Cruise lawsuit states that the 62 passengers who were mingling with all the other guests were not tested for the coronavirus until two weeks into the trip.

The plaintiffs say that had they been aware of the COVID-19 risk on the cruise ship, they would have never boarded.

The Princess Cruise lawsuit claims that the plaintiffs are traumatized with fear as they remain confined to their cabin off the coast of San Francisco.

Find out more about the Princess Cruise lawsuit by clicking here. 

Amazon Class Action Lawsuit Alleges Coronavirus Price Gouging

A class action lawsuit filed shortly after the coronavirus outbreak accuses Amazon of charging “grossly unconscionable” prices for toilet paper and hand sanitizer.

amazon deliveryPlaintiff Stephanie Armas says Amazon charged her $199 for a two-pack of 1 liter hand sanitizer bottles and $99 for a 36-pack of toilet paper. The Amazon class action claims that charging excessive prices is essentially price gouging as the online retail giant is taking advantage of the public’s fear of the epidemic.

According to the Amazon class action, charging exorbitant prices is not only unfair, it’s illegal when there’s been a state of emergency declaration.

Read more about the Amazon price gouging class action by clicking here.

Germ-X Class Action Says Sanitizer May Not Prevent Coronavirus

With the spread of the epidemic, consumers are not only hoping for a coronavirus cure, they are also stocking up on basic goods such as cleaning wipes, face masks and hand sanitizer.

A recently filed class action lawsuit claims the maker of Germ-X is falsely marketing its hand sanitizer as being able to reduce the likelihood of being infected with not only the flu but other viruses including the coronavirus.

Plaintiffs Geraldine David, Susan Lara and Theresa Haas say there is no proof that a topical alcohol-based hand sanitizer has the ability to prevent diseases such as the coronavirus.

According to the Germ-X class action, the maker of the product is profiting off of deceptive marketing by taking advantage of the public’s fear of the coronavirus outbreak.

Learn more about the Germ-X class action by clicking on this link. 

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  • Carol Cappiello April 4, 2020

    Asking for information on a company who is giving employees a dollar raise until the corona virus diminishes and then taking back dollar raise after and wont let the girl claim unemployment when employees from another company came into that gas station with the virus… suppose to get back to her by Monday April 6th 2020. this girl is fatigue has not been back to work don’t know what she can and cant do cant afford to lose her job, also was in the hospital last year because of upper respatory illness. wheels company claims they are essential…dollar raise is not enough where as it is an insult to put a life on the line

  • Top Class Actions March 31, 2020

    UPDATE: The TCA Coronavirus Consumer & Business Rights Class Action Investigation is now open! If you’re rights have been violated due to the Coronavirus pandemic, fill out the form in this article or submit your information here!

  • MARTHA DANILS March 27, 2020


  • CHARLES MAYFIELD March 26, 2020

    ADD ME

  • Edward Drake March 26, 2020

    Please add me I’ve been a nervous wreck since the covid-19 outbreak

  • Jody davis March 25, 2020

    Add me
    Autistic son
    No supplies
    KEDCIAL EQIPMENT ( innstockplie formexample like ventilators) and other Inactions thatbwillmdirectly cause death of Americans

    It seems to me withholding of life saving equipment also tommesicalnstagfndirevtly endangers not only above regencies groups but all Americans die to spread
    If a medical drnor other citizen withheld life saving actions or equipment they would be criminally charged It’s neglienxlce negligent homicide at the least

    • Jody davis March 25, 2020

      Typos above sorry
      He withheld equipment
      Did not take action timely
      Directly causing ilnesss death stress
      He should
      Only know if he had someone die and someone else withheld equipment to that person. Then he’dnraise hell

  • MELISSA VERBOS March 25, 2020

    I need to speak to a lawyer about being discharged from my doctor after 6 yrs because she spoke with my mother and I was then discharged during the coronavirus leaving me with no Psychiatrist for my addiction and anxiety medication. I feel notonly was i discharged falsely during coronavirus but also that HIPA was violated. Also I was recieving W2 State benefits and my case was closed a week before coronavirus because I had to take my daughter to the doctor and then not even a week later the coronavirus was all over the place. They reinstated my case but for that week or so i was terrified about what i was going to do for my daughter and I and i then was scammed by someone stating that I was approved for a loan and now I’m out over $500

  • Eileen March 25, 2020

    What about airlines that cancel your flight and instead of adhering to their own contract of carriage or the D.O.T. Guidelines that both stipulate passengers whose flights are cancelled have the option for a full refund regardless of the class of service booked, and are only providing travel bank or future flight credit? I am facing this with JetBlue and was informed by a supervisor that the corona virus is an extenuating circumstance that overrides the “regardless of reason” part of the clause indicating I can receive a refund if I don’t want to accept a different flight.

  • Chrisanne Oliver March 24, 2020

    Medical professional are deemed essential and are to remain open, yet several medical offices have canceled the appointments of high risk paitents for at least 3 months. Many of these paitents need life saving surgeries and treatments and already had to wait weeks and months to be seen just to be told they have to wait at least 3 more months! If they even live that long! This us terrifying. What can be done to force these doctors to do their essential duties? The surgon that is supposed to be caring for me has left me uncared for and at high risk of heart attack or stroke for no valid reason. There has been no paients or employees with the virus in the office yet they shut down! My life is important to me and I deserve the care they agreed to provide and they need to be held accountable.

  • Chrisanne Oliver March 24, 2020

    My concern is the many medical offices canceling crucial apointments for no valid reason other than fear. I believe the medical field is concidered an essential business that should be open and keeping the appointments they have scheduled in serious medical cases. I was diagnosed with a 80% blockage in an artery on my aortic arch in Feb 2020 and was refered to a vascular surgon whom I had an appointment with on March 27, 2020. I am at high risk of heart attack or stroke because of this and basically on bedrest until surgon decides best course of action. Yesterday the surgons office calls and cancelled apointment and won’t be rescheduling apointments for 3 months from now! I can not wait that long! My doctor is going to call and stress that I need to be seen now and hopefully get them to see me! My life has been put at more risk because they are refusing to see paitents! No one at their office is sick or been in contact with a covid 19 positive person. They just decided to be cautious at risk to their paitents lives! I deserve to get life saving treatment needed now! Their lack of concern for my life has me terrified that I may die or have a stroke that they can prevent but chose not to! They should be forced to to their job as I do deserve to live. Their actions violate laws and paitents rights and they need to be held accountable! We need excellent representation now.

  • Robert March 24, 2020

    add me please

  • Shcarisse Welch March 24, 2020

    Add me I want to the hospital to get tested they turned me around talking about I look healthy

    • Christina March 24, 2020

      That was correct. Only people who meet certain medical criteria are to be tested. People who just want the test to “make sure” they do not have the virus are putting a strain on the medical system. We cannot keep up. This is why there is a shortage of testing kits.

    • Nicole White March 25, 2020

      I ask my doctor to test me to she told me to wait till I get sick

  • Angela March 23, 2020

    Add me to the list. I can’t find toilet paper or paper towels at any store:( They say not to hoard but when I find some I am going to buy a month supply. All the food is gone too!

    • Daniel J Norman March 24, 2020

      Please start a class action for apartment landlords who allow sick maintenance persons or maintenance persons into persons homes during quarantine.

  • Corrinna March 22, 2020

    I have asthma and my right lung clasped twice on me from pneumonia. I work at essential business. What are my rights if I want to stay home

  • Pixie March 22, 2020

    Senior living in HUD project-based Subsidized Independent Living site. Archdiocese Housing, Inc. and Catholic Charities shut down building with Public Health Investigations of Denver, Colorado and wrongfully called our Independent Living site a Longterm Care Facility. Removed all lobby furnishings, locked all common areas and activities and outings. We pay rent and are not nursing home or assisted living that are normally classified as longterm care facilities. Catholkic Charities hires terrible managers who verbally abuse elderly and disabled. Catholics pretend to be charitable but treat tenants with disrespect.

  • Kim Franklin March 22, 2020

    My son was turned away from the local clinic a few weeks ago because he did not have insurance. He had symptoms.

  • m March 22, 2020

    add me

  • Shirley Reese March 21, 2020

    Add me I got germ x not sick thank s God

  • D. Rowell March 21, 2020

    Add me to your list please. I am a high risk for several chronic medical issues myself and there are no test kits in our area. A few of our local doctors here have actually had to turn down patients that they felt would be tested as positive to this virus. So these people were put right back into the general population to spread the virus to many others here in our county. Test kits and testing have only been available to the bigger cities and county’s at the present time. What about these smaller ones we deserve to be tested also especially since the senior citizens are at a higher risk than most others and we are abiding by the demands for us to remain in our homes to avoid coming into contact with this mess. We have to eat also and the stores here have been depleted of their supplies and can’t tell us when or if they will receive another shipment. This is very nerve racking not knowing what will happen when our food runs out and no testing kits either. So please add me to your list.

  • Vallaree Spires March 21, 2020

    I want to start a class action against California’s illegal coronavirus shelter in place order.

    • Noreen March 24, 2020

      I agree. We are not living in China or Russia. I cannot believe we, the American people have not taken out weapons and begun a revolution. How dare they impose this draconian BS. Has everyone gone mad with fear? Can’t they see the falseness of the fearmonger Fauci? CDC, WHO just want to mandate false flag health concerns when anyone with half a brain can discern that this was their trial run to see if we would go for it. Also, when they do it again, and they will, if they open up the country after this false flag, they now know that they can get away with it. If this happened in the sixties, they would not get away with this garbage. I want to sue the local, state and feds for false imprisonment!

      • Christina March 24, 2020

        Three words:
        Look at Italy

  • lee pittman March 21, 2020

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  • Christopher Mckoy March 21, 2020

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  • Michelle March 20, 2020

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  • Chantel March 20, 2020

    I’m currently getting evicted !
    I can’t find anything legal to give my landlord . Can he do this at this time ?

  • Alta White Lark March 20, 2020

    Add me please

  • Hazel R Urban March 20, 2020

    Co worker tested possitive, I am immunosuppressant and hubby is diabetic. We both have coughs, trouble breathing. I called to schedule for testing, (stonybrook n.y) they said they will call to schedule appt. It’s been 3 days, no call back.
    I emailed cdc, nothing back in 2 days. I contacted my health insurance (oscar) told me I do no meet requirements for testing.
    1) close contact with someone who tested positive
    2) dry cough,
    3) shortness of breath
    4) immuno compromised
    Sounds like I meet criterior
    I am self guaranteeing myself
    Job is not paying me for week off either.

  • JA March 20, 2020

    Multiple doctor cancellations

  • Clint March 20, 2020

    Please add me

  • add me March 20, 2020

    I can’t go to the dentist to get my new dentures to fit right so I am not able to wear them at all. I have no fear of the virus but my dentist office cancelled my appointment because of the virus.

  • Tina Ingram March 20, 2020

    Add me. I can’t go to the doctor and had several appointments trying to find out what has been wrong. With me since October and preventing me from working. I was in physical therapy and they shut it down until further notice and when I get back I will have to start over again from the first time if the insurance company pays for it. I have to homeschool my daughter but I had already paid for private school and they aren’t paying that back. I can’t provide that for her. Not to mention, because I am spending all day trying to teach her, I can’t do my own college classes that I have thousands of dollars in loans for. Please add me to all lawsuits available.

  • Wendy Newman March 20, 2020

    Add me please. I’m high risk for several reasons and been on self isolation for a week now. I’m very scared about contracting this virus!! 🙁 🙁 🙁 🙁

  • Shenee Hayward March 20, 2020

    Add me

  • joy darnell March 20, 2020

    add me

  • Patsy Clements March 20, 2020

    When the Coronavirus first got started I went on Amazon to order a box of 10 of the 3M N95 masks for my family for less than $45.00. As the virus progressed, I thought I’d better get a second box, and found that they were now charging 10 times the price, $145.99 for the same number of masks. Couldn’t find hand sanitizer or toilet paper at a price I can afford. I thought I had read that Amazon had stopped the price gouging, apparently not!

    I’m in Mississippi

  • Alfredo Aguilar March 20, 2020

    Add me please

  • CHARLES MAYFIELD March 20, 2020


  • Dawn March 19, 2020

    Add me. I have anxiety bad and low oxygen that im going on Oxygen at night. Asthma

  • charles s March 19, 2020

    add me please

  • Christal Willis March 19, 2020

    I’m a hypochondriac for one so the anxiety is bad, I can’t sleep I’m scared to eat, drink and converse with anyone face to face. I have no grocery, I’m waiting to get paid from my employer. I had my son thinking we was going to Disney world for spring break and he don’t understand the safety concerns. So I’m very heartbroken to be on vacation and scared to enjoy it

  • Anna Jennett March 19, 2020

    Add me plz

  • Phyllis Saunders March 19, 2020

    Please add me. Thank you.

    • Ed Bickel March 20, 2020

      Add me. Due to the “chinese virus” been taking my temperature, blood pressure frequently and freaking out over each slight symptom. Chinese government has been covering up the truth. Hold them responsible for creating biohazard viruses.

  • PETER LIU March 19, 2020

    Add me

  • Big J March 19, 2020

    Saying add me does nothing people… Yoy have to file yourself when a website becomes live.

  • Traci C. Herzog March 19, 2020

    Please add me also. It seems that the product gives no actual protection.

  • Traci C. Herzog March 19, 2020

    Please add me also.

  • DARLISA HALE March 18, 2020

    Seriously! Do add me please.

  • Beverly Heiman March 18, 2020

    Please add me

  • Iris Childress March 18, 2020

    I stocked it too for myself and my family.And now discover I am left with no protection.

  • Yvette k Driver March 18, 2020

    I was definitely misled. Add me please.

  • Cynthia M HENDRY March 18, 2020

    My husband and I are at-risk seniors. We worried about not having the sanitizer. Then finally got the Germ-X. We thought we were safe! Got the large bottle! Cant believe we were taken!

  • Lawrence Higgins March 18, 2020

    And the germ x doesn’t work what so ever

  • Lawrence Higgins March 18, 2020

    Hello please add me I got this cov19 ugh please

  • Deb Godfredsen March 18, 2020

    Add please

  • Moneekia Hill March 18, 2020

    Add me

  • Renee Smith March 18, 2020

    Please add me. This has been extremely stressful as my husband’s company is still making everyone come to work! They work closely to other people.

  • Latoya R Smith March 18, 2020

    Add me

  • Tea Rose March 18, 2020

    Most of these comments have NOTHING to do with GermX. They did not cause Corona VIrus. Just because you cannot leave or are afraid to leave or can’t get toilet paper, has nothing to do with GermX. So much craziness going on. Get a grip people and quit blaming everything on things or people that have nothing to do with situations. Geez.

  • tara careme March 18, 2020

    pleasee add me im 54 have copd and cant find food any place due to this mess, ive had to go out daily to try and find something to eat and there is nothing left , i m being put at risk going out in public its sad that we have come to this . i dont want to get sick but im so hungry right now just need enough food so i can stay inside and stay safe until this is over.

  • Kathy Timotijevic March 18, 2020

    Please add me. Due to the frenzy caused by the irresponsible reporting by the media and panic buying and hoarding by everyone, my husband and I exposed ourselves many times to people and catching the virus due to the many times we had to venture out to try to find food, water, toilet paper, hand sanitizer, soap, etc. This was especially risky as my husband has a compromised immune system and every time I had to go out to find staples for my family to survive, I increased the risk of catching the virus and spreading. Had the Chinese government had more integrity and transparency and accountability, much of this could have been avoided and better managed.

  • Nichole Mendez March 18, 2020

    Add me.

  • L. Lea Wilcox March 18, 2020

    Add me. At 60+ not only being distanced from public, but family and church community, also.

  • Jessica Simmons March 18, 2020

    Add me

  • rodger ault March 18, 2020

    please ad me i cant sleep for fear and am afraid to go out in public as i am 67 and am afraid to contac is causing me extrem stress.

  • Monique Hibbs March 18, 2020

    Please add me. I’m a survivor of a violent crime and suffer with PTSD, Panic Attacks, High Anxiety, Paranoia. This is so scary you for me. I haven’t been able to sleep at all.

  • Sean Ireland March 18, 2020

    Add me

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  • Justin Townsend March 18, 2020

    Add me please

  • Jackie Redburn March 18, 2020

    I had to buy some toilet paper at country mart grocery store and what normally cost me 4.98 a package I had to pay 9.99 for., but I was out and it was the only place that had it due to the coronavirus. Please let me know what I can due because of the price gouging on this product.

  • jane March 18, 2020

    add me

  • Cohardia Palmer Green March 17, 2020

    Please add me

  • Michael Estrada March 17, 2020

    Add me please… I’m stuck in the house fire to this crisis

  • Jacqueline Dawn Harvey March 17, 2020

    I have had chronic bronchitis since childhood.

  • Ricky Valdez March 17, 2020

    Please add me and do all the legwork.

    Kickin’ back

  • Toni Duplantis March 17, 2020

    I have idiopathic angioedema bounding me to my home and local hospitals. My meds are not being filled and if I have a breakout of hives, I could lose my life. No one can fill my prescriptions, my insurance and local pharmacy’s are closing or have closed. No household essentials, no water, no cleaning supplies, no work, no money, can’t pay bills not rent…

  • Leslie Musgrave March 17, 2020

    Please add me I also have high blood pressure and diabetes, neuropathy and I’m really scared and my anxiety and Depression are now really bad and I’m older and at high risk and now I’m staying in the house and can’t go anywhere

  • Leslie Musgrave March 17, 2020

    Please add me to the list, my anxiety is off the wall

  • Cynthia Soujkiasian March 17, 2020

    Please add me! I am also immune compromised. Liver transplant recipient. I am in isolation.

  • TAMMY HORSLEY March 17, 2020

    Add me plz

  • Carol LaPeruta March 17, 2020

    Please add me. I have PTSD, and anxiety I am afraid to go outside. I am disabled and living on a very limited income, groceries and supplies are scarce. I am battling Breast Cancer and my stress level is off the radar.

  • Benjamen Chappelow March 17, 2020

    I have a compromised immune system due to lymphoma and HIV and I have been trying for almost 3 weeks to purchase toilet paper hand sanitizer all the Lysol disinfectant any of the disinfectant sprays to help keep me safe and healthy yet I have been unable to find them and in return I have to keep going out trying to find them exposing myself to potential exposure to the virus when my immune system is compromised I’ve tried to order them online at WalMart delivery in every one of these kind of items say in-store purchase only at the stores are out but yet they tell us to socially stay away from everyone and stay home yet we can’t because we can’t even get the stuff to help keep us healthy I have PTSD and anxiety over this issue I’m it’s just really bad on me I can’t work or sell my stuff and make money so I’m struggling to even eat there’s no food on the shelves at Walmart here in Blue Springs Missouri it’s just ridiculous that we can’t even get a square toilet paper to wipe her butt and there’s no dog food my dogs are going without food it’s just ridiculous please add me

  • Mary Lou Whalen March 17, 2020

    Add me. Got pneuioma bruised lungs from coughing missing 3 wks work commissioned retail sales. Could not be hospitalized due to coronavirus. Housebound loosing income

  • Cynthia Lou healy March 17, 2020

    Please add me. My brother had some health issues with his lungs an liver. He passed away January 15th 2020. Before he passed he was complaining about freezing, was so tired all the time an felt like he couldn’t breathe. I honesty believe he had this virus an it took his life.

  • Kimberly March 17, 2020

    My husband and I do craft shows to make money. They have all been canceled so a loss of income.

  • Cynthia K McGee March 17, 2020

    Please add me to the list I have limited income and food stamps but when I went to buy food there was hardly anything left on the shelves. So my family will be without a lot of food, just havingvery little until stores get more in.

  • Tammy B March 17, 2020

    Add me please. I have PTSD and Anxiety . this has me not wanting to go anywhere. Im not in good health

  • Trina A Hewitt March 17, 2020

    I. Am 53 year old and have chronic illness,and i am very afraid please add me

  • chastity March 17, 2020

    add me

  • Gloria Meredyk March 17, 2020

    My Husband has COPD and Diabetes. This is so scary when we go grocery shopping.

  • leslie ramon March 17, 2020

    add me

  • Carla Ross March 17, 2020

    Please add.

  • Justin Watts March 17, 2020

    Please add me.

    • Lanita Phillips March 17, 2020

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  • joseph downs jr March 17, 2020

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    • Dorie Harris March 17, 2020

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  • Krystal russell March 17, 2020

    Plz add me

  • Prakash c Shah March 17, 2020

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    • Catherine Beckner March 17, 2020

      Add me please

  • Monique Sinclair March 17, 2020

    Add me

  • Vincent Paul Clark March 17, 2020

    Please add us as well.

    • Richard March 17, 2020

      Add me

  • Maria Outcalt March 17, 2020

    I have an 82 yr dad, who HAS to see his Cardiologist WEEKLY, appointments have been canceled. He has Parkinson’s and Dementia, pharmacy doesn’t have the medication at this moment. How in the heck am I supposed to deal with this???
    Heart Failure, Parkinson’s, Dementia, I have ALL the PROOF in the world on his diagnosis.

  • Randall G Young March 17, 2020

    Add me please

    • Terrie Lashondra Stephanys March 17, 2020

      My name is terrie stephanys and this is really bad for me I have PTSD and anxiety and disc or neural virus thing has really escalated everything I’m paranoid all the time this is ridiculous I feel like the world is ending I’m going to die scary

      • Ruth March 17, 2020

        I suffer from PTSD anxiety (agoraphobiah) and this is making me isolate myself much more. I have 2 children that live with me and all this is not helping me fo what I need to fo for them.

  • Michael boone March 17, 2020

    Add me please

  • Pamela D Todd March 17, 2020

    Add me please

  • Malena Cocran March 17, 2020

    Our family is so scared. Please add us.

  • atonia dixon March 17, 2020

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  • Cheryl March 17, 2020

    Please add me!!!

  • Luci Malenky March 17, 2020

    I was in the hospital for unrelated issues and came down with cough, illness and they sent me home two weeks ago and I haven’t recovered! Their response was you can get sick in hospital!

  • Laura March 17, 2020

    Add me

    • Kathryn Larsen March 17, 2020

      Pls. add me.

  • Lille B Harrison March 17, 2020

    Add me

  • Madeline Torres March 17, 2020

    Add me please

  • Lovina Gray March 17, 2020

    Please add me. My family is emotionally terrified my mother is in her 70s and on dialysis. She worried that she may contact the virus. Financial effected. Family stressing. Grandkids on breathing medication. I don’t want to loose my family because of someone else neglect. Count me in.

  • Kristen March 17, 2020

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  • tamekia thomas March 17, 2020

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  • christina dieling March 17, 2020

    please add me! my husband has asthma and we have a 1 year old baby.
    i am scared for both of them!

  • Ron Vannoy March 17, 2020

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  • Wendy March 17, 2020

    Add me please

  • Lee Diaz March 17, 2020

    Please add me. This affected me as well

  • ARTHUR ERLICH March 17, 2020

    add me have a tough time breathing so i have to say in my house

    • Ashley Castillo March 17, 2020

      I have been directly affected by the Coronavirus. I have taken a test and I’m waiting for the test results and I’m 99% sure it will be positive. I traveled last week and a couple days into my trip I started coming down with symptoms. I waited till I got back and went to Urgent Care. I was tested for the flu A and B which came out negative. I don’t know what to do because I-10 was tested for the Coronavirus I told my test results would come back in 2 to 3 days which would have been Sunday or Monday. On my discharge paper from the hospital it doesn’t mention anything about my coronavirus test however I did get a doctor’s note that advised to stay home for 14 days. But nowhere on my discharge paper does it mention anything about the Coronavirus or even the fact that I took a test. Naturally yesterday when I did not hear anything I started to make phone calls to urgent care to inquire about my test. I was given the runaround and told to contact the health department because they are the ones that give me my results. I was back and forth being transferred around the health department for six hours yesterday when they should have been able to be in bed resting because I am very sick. Finally I get in contact with somebody from the health department that advised me they don’t give me the results the facility that took the sample is the ones that provide me with the results. So I then called the urgent Care Center again who told me at that point that they accessed my record and it said it was processing my test results. This morning I called the corporate office of the hospital and stated everything that happened. I got a phone call back 30 minutes later from a nurse from the Urgent Care that advised me my sample was not sent out Thursday when they took it but it was sent out yesterday four days later and now I will have to wait a week to get my test results back. I don’t know what to do or if I should even contact an attorney because I feel like my health is being jeopardized. First my discharge papers from the Urgent Care don’t mention anything about the Coronavirus, that I was even tested for the coronavirus on the paperwork for any instructions I should take if I did have the Coronavirus. The only thing I got was a doctor’s note to hand my employer about being quarantined for 14 days. Then the whole run around yesterday from the Urgent Care Facility lying to me when I should have been able to be in bed resting not trying to chase down my test results because they did not send my sample out when they told me they did. My health is in jeopardy and I feel like the Urgent Care Facility did not care about my health. Can somebody please tell me what I should do?

      • Lilly March 17, 2020

        Yes they should have sent out your test.
        That was poor care on their part.

        Although even if your test came back positive there’s nothing anyone can do at this point.

        Except Treat your symptoms and Quarantine yourself.

        I suggest you contact the Hospital administrative and let them know how poorly your care was handled.

        I hope you feel better soon!
        Just know it won’t always be like this.
        Different yes.

        Best wishes.

  • Michelle Sulak March 17, 2020

    Please add me because I have a compromised immune system and am afraid to go out just to get groceries. Or to even get fresh air. I am so stressed and so is my family

  • ANGELA DAVIS March 17, 2020

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  • Mary E Besasparis March 17, 2020

    Add me please

    • Danielle Bevins March 17, 2020

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  • Tina Brown March 17, 2020

    Please add me

  • Monica Gonzalez March 17, 2020

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  • JOANN SPEARS March 17, 2020

    Add me please

  • Sharon March 17, 2020

    Please add me, this thing have put a huge load on me as well as my family.

    • Kinda Hopkins March 17, 2020

      Add Me because I am Afraid Of this virus I Am alright Sick Now this hit Me and my family

  • Brittney MurphyChavez March 17, 2020

    Add me

  • Lisa Brautigam March 17, 2020

    Please add me I have a bad amune system and I am scared to death to go out my nerves are shot I don’t no what I am going to do

  • Ebony Adams March 17, 2020

    The U.S. administration needs to be sued for the delay in getting the American people informed and protected. We heard it was fake news and they had it under control and contained. Seeing the first reports of China our government should have already started enacting protective measures. We are definitely behind in getting to strict measures and it is still not widespread to stop it and keep it from a prolonged situation.

  • Julie Holda March 17, 2020

    Add me please

  • Debra Knepper March 17, 2020

    Add me please.

  • Wayne Wright March 17, 2020

    I was evicted from a condo I OWN (without due process of law). The Summit County, Colorado, health department issued an order closing all timeshare resorts. I am the deeded OWNER of the next two weeks but not allowed quiet enjoyment of my property for the purpose of self-quarantine.

  • Kathie Diaz March 17, 2020

    I am a 70 year old woman with a severely compromised immune system & caretaker for my 78 year old husband who has heart disease & AFIB. Food & prescriptions have been almost impossible to obtain & all the stress has made us both very ill & we don’t know where to go or what to do. Please add me if I live through this.

  • Melody March 17, 2020

    Add me please

  • Veronica March 17, 2020

    because of fear and binge shopping I am having a hard time finding distilled water. My husband needs it for his sleep apnea machine. My great nephew needs this water also. people have to keep going out each day to find a little bit of toilet paper here and there . some people can stay home but the bread winner of the family has to go to work, leaving the rest of the family vulnerable to getting the virus as well. Everyone is wondering what will shut down next. will there be enough ventilators for everyone who needs? praying for all.

  • Patricia Patt March 17, 2020

    please add me. i do all my shopping on Amazon. I have been paying over to get what I need for health matters as a high-risk senior.

  • Kim flanders March 17, 2020

    add me and let me know where i need to go to sign up

  • MOJO March 17, 2020

    Where it’s the link for me to sing up to join it?

  • Craig L March 17, 2020

    Add me

  • Elizabeth March 17, 2020

    Add me please!

  • Pat Holley March 17, 2020

    Please add me. I am 73 with an underlying medical condition.

  • Natasha March 17, 2020

    Add me. Everything is shut down. My job is gone due to this

  • Rob Raven March 17, 2020

    Tour Groups need to be investigated. They are keeping the kids money. EF Tours for example do high school trips. They are saying they need to get paid…for what?

  • Robert March 17, 2020

    add me

  • Monique Devlin March 17, 2020

    My work has me flying 26 weeks out of a year I had to cancel 22 of my plane trips to different US city’s as will as hotels car rentals for all the conference where call off, I have lost my two week vacation I’ve lost Thousands of dollars. Put me on your list

  • Rosy Pfister March 17, 2020

    add me

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  • Lorraine Karmonocky March 17, 2020

    I was diagnosed with flu like systems on 3/7/2020 by Dr. Smith at Urgent Care located on Hillandale Rd. in Durham, NC. and only given Tusalon Pearls for cough. On 3/12/2020 I woke up even worse with extremely bad sore throat, body aches, severe sinus drainage but no fever or diarhea. I went to Duke South Clinic and saw Dr. Sirhna who order 10 days of Amoxicillin over the counter cough medicine and Coriciden HP no test done to see what I have. It is now March 17, 2020 and I still have cough, sore throat, sinus congestion with very little change also fatigued. Should I request a Corona Virus test as I am 79 years old and I am concerned not only for myself but for my 81 year old spouse and 48 year old daughter who has Cerebral Palsy. Lorraine email

  • Pamela Moore March 17, 2020

    I have secondary progressive MS. I had to be placed on a step down steroid because of the amount of stress this has caused me. I can’t even go an try and walk or workout because my gym the YMCA is shut down. I had to cancel my membership and now face the fact I’ll be paying new membership fees plus my monthly fee. How is this right? Being trapped in my home is not my way of life.

  • Charlene Larioz March 17, 2020

    Add me.

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  • Mike March 17, 2020

    If somebody paid Amazon all that money she should be sued for stupidity.

  • Tamiko Hawkins March 17, 2020

    Add me please

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  • Jennifer March 17, 2020

    Add me please

  • Tina Baleria March 17, 2020

    Yes this outbreak has caused me to be out of work for 4 weeks or more with a financial hardship, not only that but my 4 daughters are all out of school having myself to home school them till this get’s better.

    • Robin Robson March 17, 2020

      Yes, airlines, not allowing for ticket and hotel cancellations with complete loss of expenditure. This after a declared pandemic by the CDC, and limitations on public gatherings. The trip we want to cancel is not till the last week in May.

  • Lou Lou Goss March 17, 2020

    add me

  • Roy Wilhelm March 17, 2020

    Add me

  • Roy Wilhelm March 17, 2020

    Headaches due to stress. China is a child with nukes. Constantly messing up.

  • Woo S Ho March 17, 2020

    Please add me
    Thank you

    • Meghan Castillo March 17, 2020

      Please add me. I am currently waiting for my test results and have been very sick for a week.

  • Colleen Dalli March 17, 2020

    add me

  • Barbara Gutierrez March 17, 2020

    Please add me.

  • Maria Lee March 17, 2020

    Please add me

  • Penny Fossett March 17, 2020

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  • Aida March 17, 2020

    Please add me

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