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The Buzz: People turn to Google for tips to cut hair

With many salons and barbershops closed, the search engine reported a spike over the three weeks.

During this pandemic, a lot of businesses have been forced to shut down including some barbershops and salons.

So now people are turning to Google for help. The search engine reported a spike in searches for "how to cut your hair".

From trimming bangs, to cutting natural hair, the internet is full of DIY videos that help those who want to give it a shot.

Google says the upswing kicked in March 8, and will likely continue to grow for as long as salons remain closed.

Let us know using #GMJ if you’ve had to ask Google for help. Share your best tips online!

Airports experience all-time low        

It's no surprise — airports are like ghost towns these days since most people are practicing social distancing with nowhere to go.  

TSA says its agents only checked 184,000 passengers Saturday, the lowest number of passengers checked in at least 10 years.

One year ago on the same day, TSA screened 2.1 million passengers.

Airbnb issues refunds for canceled trips 

If you booked an Airbnb recently and the vacation has been canceled, you're able to get all your money back.

Here’s the Buzz: The company is allowing you to get a full refund for any trips starting on, or before May 31, as long as the room was booked before March 14.

Airbnb is using funds set aside to ensure hosts can recoup some of the lost money.

Humana waives co-pays

More health insurance companies are waiving cost-sharing on your coronavirus treatments.

Here’s the Buzz: Humana says it will waive cost-sharing for all COVID-19 treatments including hospitalizations and ambulance transfers.

That extends to those insured through the company and to employer group plans.

This also applies to in and out-of-network services, and any FDA approved medications and vaccines when they become available.

Homeless in Las Vegas parking lots

Some of the homeless in Las Vegas are sleeping on pavement to limit the spread of COVID-19. This move is parking outrage online.

Rectangles were painted to show designated sleeping areas in a parking lot which is now used as a temporary homeless shelter.

One man tested positive for coronavirus, forcing the facility to close and relocate to the parking lot.

Dolly Parton to read children books

Dolly Parton is calling herself the book lady and inviting families to join for "Goodnight with Dolly."

The country singer will start reading bedtime stories to children once a week, for the next few months.

You can see the stories Thursday nights at 7 p.m. on Facebook. The first book in the series is The Little Engine That Could.