Douglas County news release MINDEN — Douglas County businesses and non-profits can now request to receive free personal protective equipment (PPE) and sanitizing products. Through the CARES Act, Douglas County is able to make available PPE and sanitizing products to businesses and non-profits within Douglas County at no charge. The Carson Valley Chamber of Commerce
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RICHMOND, Va (WRIC) – The City of Richmond is partnering with sanitizing company Citron to give away a quarter of a million dollars worth of personal protective equipment to local businesses. Cars were lined up outside the Greater Richmond Convention Center on Monday, with business owners waiting to accept the cleaning supplies from the city.
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RICHMOND, Va (WRIC) – The City of Richmond is partnering with sanitizing company Citron to give away a quarter of a million dollars worth of personal protective equipment to local businesses. Cars were lined up outside the Greater Richmond Convention Center on Monday, with business owners waiting to accept the cleaning supplies from the city.
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CHILLICOTHE- The Village of South Salem, located in Western Ross County, will distribute boxes full of triple-layer disposable masks, hand sanitizer, gloves, and sanitary wipes after receiving a $10,000 grant from the state of Ohio. The grant is through the CARES act.  About 150 masks will be distributed to each household, said South Salem Mayor Dennis Crouse.  Boxes
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PPE costs have added to local business pressures during the pandemic, with the price of some products skyrocketing. (Port City Daily/File photo) SOUTHEASTERN N.C. — It’s been a year of shortages: toilet paper, hand sanitizer, masks, disinfectant wipes, gloves.  Foggers — used to sanitize large spaces — were on back order over the summer. Restaurateurs
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PPE costs have added to local business pressures during the pandemic, with the price of some products skyrocketing. (Port City Daily/File photo) SOUTHEASTERN N.C. — It’s been a year of shortages: toilet paper, hand sanitizer, masks, disinfectant wipes, gloves.  Foggers — used to sanitize large spaces — were on back order over the summer. Restaurateurs
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Small business owners came to The News-Review Monday to pick up personal protective equipment that was being distributed by the Southwestern Oregon Workforce Investment Board. “We bought tons of sanitizer this year,” said Dora Standley, owner of Classic Cuts in Winston. She estimated she spent about $300 to $500 on disinfectants this year. On Monday,
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Small business owners came to The News-Review Monday to pick up personal protective equipment that was being distributed by the Southwestern Oregon Workforce Investment Board. “We bought tons of sanitizer this year,” said Dora Standley, owner of Classic Cuts in Winston. She estimated she spent about $300 to $500 on disinfectants this year. On Monday,
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CHARLOTTE, N.C., Dec. 21, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Richmond has unveiled a reusable isolation gown to meet demands for personal protective equipment (PPE). The gown fabric, a 65/35% polyester/cotton blend, is made in the USA (cut/sewn in Mexico or Nicaragua).  This reusable AAMI PB70 Barrier Protection Level 1 Isolation gown has
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LAS VEGAS, Dec. 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Now, individuals, families, and entire businesses can get the personal protective gear and supplies they need to stay safe from germs. All in one convenient package at a value price. PPE specialists www.GermFreeKits.com has gathered together everything shoppers need to effectively resist Covid-19, flu, and other viruses. Germ Free
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LAS VEGAS, Dec. 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Now, individuals, families, and entire businesses can get the personal protective gear and supplies they need to stay safe from germs. All in one convenient package at a value price. PPE specialists www.GermFreeKits.com has gathered together everything shoppers need to effectively resist Covid-19, flu, and other viruses. Germ Free
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UPDATE 1/06/2021: from Jackson County Press Release Business Oregon and the Jackson County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) have set up a depot to distribute Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) free of charge to Jackson County Businesses to help curb the current surge of COVID-19 in our community. The distribution center has been set up at the
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UPDATE 1/06/2021: from Jackson County Press Release Business Oregon and the Jackson County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) have set up a depot to distribute Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) free of charge to Jackson County Businesses to help curb the current surge of COVID-19 in our community. The distribution center has been set up at the
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Share on PinterestHealthcare workers say they’re not receiving a proper supply of quality protective equipment to ensure their safety as well as the safety of patients. MEGAN JELINGER/Getty Images Healthcare workers say personal protective equipment (PPE) is still in short supply, endangering the safety of employees and patients. Experts say corruption, greed, and mismanagement are
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By mid-January 2020, as the world learned that a mysterious virus was starting to overwhelm Wuhan, China, NYU Langone Health’s leadership recognized that the threat was double-barreled. Eventually, the virus might well arrive in New York City, and if it did, sufficient quantities of the personal protective equipment, or PPE, needed to shield patients and
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Alcohol, 60% concentration. That’s what your hand sanitizer needs to reliably kill the SARS-CoV-2 virus, according to the CDC. But new research out of BYU, published in the Journal of Hospital Infection, challenges this notion. It found that three commercial disinfectants—used in many hand sanitizers and surface wipes as alternatives to alcohol—kill the virus effectively.
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Alcohol, 60% concentration. That’s what your hand sanitizer needs to reliably kill the SARS-CoV-2 virus, according to the CDC. But new research out of BYU, published in the Journal of Hospital Infection, challenges this notion. It found that three commercial disinfectants—used in many hand sanitizers and surface wipes as alternatives to alcohol—kill the virus effectively.
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