Month: June 2021

Lansing — The Michigan House tried but failed Wednesday to override Gov. Gretchen  Whitmer’s veto of bills that would allow businesses to seek tax refunds for purchases of personal protective equipment during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Democratic governor vetoed the proposals on Friday. The GOP-controlled House attempted to override her decision but fell short of
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CHARLESTON, W.Va. – U.S. Senators Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.), Ranking Member of the Senate Homeland Security Appropriations Subcommittee, and Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.), members of the Senate Appropriations Committee, today announced $1,249,080 to the West Virginia Adjutant General’s  Office through the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). This funding is directed to reimburse
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A Leamington-based PPE manufacturer has launched a new re-usable face shield to help NHS organisations improve sustainability. Tecman, in Berrington Road, has developed Optec™ as a response to Government recommendations for, what the company has said, is “a more sustainably managed PPE solution”. The company has said it prides itself on sourcing materials responsibly and
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REDDING, Calif., June 30, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — According to a new market research report titled “3D Printing Materials Market by Type (Polymer, Metal, Ceramics & Composites), Form (Filament, Liquid, Powder), Technology (FDM, SLA, Polyjet, Multijet, Binder Jetting, EBM), Application — Global Forecast to 2028″, published by Meticulous Research®, the 3D printing materials market is expected to
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Under-reporting, poor segregation and lack of awareness ail India’s COVID-19 waste management. The pressure is set to further increase with the nationwide vaccination drive With the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) prolonging its stay and spread, the face of litter is fast changing in the country. One can easily spot surgical masks, face shields, gloves, shoe covers
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THE Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Michael McGrath and the Minister for Health, Stephen Donnelly, welcomed the funding provided by the European Commission of €311m for the purchase of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). They also acknowledged the collective efforts undertaken by the Regional Assemblies and the staff of the Health Service Executive (HSE) to
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By Joel Lev-TovFor The Diamondback Donning an N95 mask, Mike Butler drove students from their dorms to their quarantine or isolation housing in his black Suburban, separated by plexiglass. Butler serves as the special events medical services vice president, a medical transport company that provides emergency medical and ambulance services for clients, including the University
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Masks will no longer be required for vaccinated people inside restaurants and businesses on June 30. PORTLAND, Oregon — After a year of COVID-19 restrictions, Oregon and Washington will reopen their economies on Wednesday effectively ending most of the state’s restrictions.  Oregon Governor Kate Brown announced last week her new executive order would lift capacity
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Research shows a disconnect between education and employability in the US. Students require transferable skills to succeed in school and life. A global robotics community called FIRST is bridging the gap by preparing young people for the future.   It also empowers school-aged kids (PreK-12) to apply their skills to solve real-world problems. Loading Something is loading.
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A not for profit organisation, Africa Partners Medical Ghana (APMG), an offshoot of Africa Partners Medical, U.S.A , has donated some personal protective equipment (PPE) , and other items to the Greater Accra Regional Hospital (Ridge). Items donated included surgical masks, disposable gowns, shoe cover, disposable gloves, sanitisers, face shields, anti bacterial wipes, vitamin c,
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The Red, White & Moo Fest will return on July 2 from 6-8 p.m. at Running Water Draw Regional Park, 3400 4th Street. The event will include food trucks, music, bouncy houses, a mobile dairy classroom, a petting zoo, free diary products and a free hot dog dinner for military, teachers, first responders and nurses.
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Here’s what you need to know: A drive-through coronavirus testing site in Brisbane, Australia, on Tuesday.Credit…Darren England/EPA, via Shutterstock Countries across the Asia-Pacific region are scrambling to slow the spread of the more infectious Delta variant, reimposing restrictions and stay-at-home orders in a jarring reminder — for societies that had just begun to reopen —
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