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FREDERICTON — As post-secondary institutions across Canada navigate what the upcoming school year will look like, some are choosing to make COVID-19 vaccines mandatory for in-person learning. At this time, New Brunswick’s largest university has decided not to require vaccination among students and staff, although its Acting Vice-President Academic says that could change. “We do
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FREDERICTON — As post-secondary institutions across Canada navigate what the upcoming school year will look like, some are choosing to make COVID-19 vaccines mandatory for in-person learning. At this time, New Brunswick’s largest university has decided not to require vaccination among students and staff, although its Acting Vice-President Academic says that could change. “We do
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Face coverings are officially mandated for all Fort Smith Public Schools staff after personnel voted on the issue and the board of education approved the emergency regulation at a called meeting Thursday night. The Personnel Policy Committee, which reviews policy for the district and makes recommendations when needed, met Wednesday and sent out an anonymous online ballot for all staff, PPC Chair Ryan Gray
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Face coverings are officially mandated for all Fort Smith Public Schools staff after personnel voted on the issue and the board of education approved the emergency regulation at a called meeting Thursday night. The Personnel Policy Committee, which reviews policy for the district and makes recommendations when needed, met Wednesday and sent out an anonymous online ballot for all staff, PPC Chair Ryan Gray
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Masks have helped us protect ourselves from COVID-19 for months now, but with the single-use PPE making its way into gutters and waterways, Queenslanders are being reminded to protect the environment as well. Key points: Masks are turning up in Brisbane’s waterways and streets, posing a threat to wildlife Approximately 130 billion disposable masks end up in landfill
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Key Takeaways Singing poses a higher risk for COVID-19 transmission than speaking or breathing. Despite pandemic risks, some choirs have continued to practice with “singer’s masks” and social distancing. School communities may have to find creative ways to gather safely as they navigate COVID-19 restrictions in the fall. Exiting her first unmasked, in-person singing lesson
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Key Takeaways Singing poses a higher risk for COVID-19 transmission than speaking or breathing. Despite pandemic risks, some choirs have continued to practice with “singer’s masks” and social distancing. School communities may have to find creative ways to gather safely as they navigate COVID-19 restrictions in the fall. Exiting her first unmasked, in-person singing lesson
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By Professor “LMC” Lisa Marie Coppoletta, columnist During the August 12, 2021 “Special Meeting” San Marcos CISD Board of Trustees agenda item “IV. Consider Action Regarding Adopting Resolution to Mandate Masks for Employees and Students for the 2021-22 School Year,” discussed temperature checks and facemasks.  The scientific concerns of temperature checks and disposal facemasks, especially
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By Professor “LMC” Lisa Marie Coppoletta, columnist During the August 12, 2021 “Special Meeting” San Marcos CISD Board of Trustees agenda item “IV. Consider Action Regarding Adopting Resolution to Mandate Masks for Employees and Students for the 2021-22 School Year,” discussed temperature checks and facemasks.  The scientific concerns of temperature checks and disposal facemasks, especially
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Misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines meant Carlsbad’s local hospital continued to work to reassure the community about its safety and effectiveness, said Melissa Suggs, spokesperson for Carlsbad Medical Center.  “We know the vaccine is safe, and the hesitation behind the vaccine is one of the difficulties we experience as healthcare providers—the severe illness and deaths are unnecessary
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Misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines meant Carlsbad’s local hospital continued to work to reassure the community about its safety and effectiveness, said Melissa Suggs, spokesperson for Carlsbad Medical Center.  “We know the vaccine is safe, and the hesitation behind the vaccine is one of the difficulties we experience as healthcare providers—the severe illness and deaths are unnecessary
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Mask shortages may reappear as highly contagious delta variants continue to spread throughout the United States and more individuals begin to pay attention to updates. Government advice for wearing masks indoors And again with a high transmittance setting. Some cities, states and businesses also carry out mask mandates, Increase sales of cloth and surgical masks
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Mask shortages may reappear as highly contagious delta variants continue to spread throughout the United States and more individuals begin to pay attention to updates. Government advice for wearing masks indoors And again with a high transmittance setting. Some cities, states and businesses also carry out mask mandates, Increase sales of cloth and surgical masks
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Karl Howard of Stealth Masks Preston-based Stealth Mask was founded in 2019 as a spinout from Air Filtration Solutions, which designs and manufactures air filters which reduce and capture contaminants in medical devices. Since then, it has sold more than five million professional-grade facemasks and now exports its products to 22 countries including the USA,
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Karl Howard of Stealth Masks Preston-based Stealth Mask was founded in 2019 as a spinout from Air Filtration Solutions, which designs and manufactures air filters which reduce and capture contaminants in medical devices. Since then, it has sold more than five million professional-grade facemasks and now exports its products to 22 countries including the USA,
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Tucked in the May 8, 2020, edition of its Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention gave us a strong framework of the forces shaping the early spread of the coronavirus. “Various factors contributed to accelerated spread during February-March 2020, including continued travel-associated importations, large gatherings, introductions into high-risk workplaces
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Tucked in the May 8, 2020, edition of its Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention gave us a strong framework of the forces shaping the early spread of the coronavirus. “Various factors contributed to accelerated spread during February-March 2020, including continued travel-associated importations, large gatherings, introductions into high-risk workplaces
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With 443 cases last week, Nevada County is experiencing the largest surge of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations since the beginning of the pandemic. Cases have increased by 1200% since the week of July 1st. Similar dramatic increases are being seen across the state. The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) recently reported that California’s statewide case rate
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