LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) – Here are five things to know before you go to bed Jan. 11, 2022.
A warning for Americans to avoid visiting our neighbors to the north.
Both the CDC and the state department are cautioning Americans about taking trips to Canada.
This is due to an increase of covid-19 cases from the spread of the omicron variant.
Canada broke its one-day record for hospitalizations earlier this month.
There are now 80 countries on the CDC’s list of level four risks.
Bank of America is cutting the amount it charges customers for overspending.
It’s the latest move by the nation’s biggest banks to roll back the fees they long charged customers fees that would often rack up to hundreds of dollars a year for some.
The Charlotte, North Carolina-based bank will cut overdraft fees from $35 to $10 starting this May.
Bank of America also plans to stop charging fees for non-sufficient funds, when someone bounces a check.
People stuck at home are getting comfy in crocs.
The footwear company estimates its revenue surged 67% in 2021.
Crocs is projecting nearly a billion-dollar increase in revenue compared to 2020.
Other comfortable shoemakers such as uggs and deckers have also seen a surge during the pandemic.
The famed old seven-mile bridge in the Florida Key’s is reopening to the public tomorrow.
It connects the Middle Keys to the Lower Keys and is often used by locals to fish, bike, walk and run.
In 2017, it shut down for a $44 million renovation project that is now complete. Nicknamed, “Old seven”, the bridge was built in 1912.
Robots are helping to fill in the staffing gaps at some hotels.
Guests at the Radisson in Silicon Valley, California may have noticed the hotel’s newest employee. A robot programmed to help the human employees fulfill tasks making the guest’s experience better.
The robot can deliver food, extra towels, and other supplies to rooms, decreasing delivery times from 30 minutes to about five.