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NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Dec 1, 2021– Today, Vitiprints LLC announced that the company received an order from South Africa for 60 million Viracide™ Masks. The SAHPRA-approved, 4-PLY medical-grade Viracide™ Masks feature an antiviral and antibacterial coating that provides an additional tool in the battle against COVID-19, which will initially be available in South Africa and neighboring
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Ministers have been urged to take a firmer stance on mask-wearing in pubs and restaurants amid rising concern that the Omicron variant will disrupt Christmas festivities. Face coverings become compulsory again on public transport and in shops from Tuesday and teachers and pupils in Year 7 and above are now being “strongly advised” to wear
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After two years and at least four major mutations, the time has come to agree with Amanda on Facebook, Deb who issued death threats, and Gary who emailed about “mentally ill, radical, bitter, severely psychologically disturbed, most bought-and-paid-for, unintelligent, empty sandwich picnic box media whores of the pharmaceutical cartels”. You’re right. You got me. Busted.
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The hospital said the change is due to historically high inpatient volumes, extended wait times in its emergency room, and an increasing COVID-19 inpatient census. BUFFALO, N.Y. — Erie County Medical Center updated its patient visitation guidelines Sunday afternoon.  The hospital said it’s due to historically high inpatient volumes, extended wait times in its emergency
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EVERETT — When a South County Fire ambulance transported the United States’ first confirmed COVID-19 case, there was no fallback plan and “no phone a friend,” Deputy Chief Bob Eastman said. But now, the department’s COVID-19 playbook has received international attention. And expertise from southwest Snohomish County will help inform national guidance for future epidemics.
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China could face more than 630,000 Covid-19 infections a day if it dropped its zero-tolerance policies by lifting travel curbs, according to a study by Peking University mathematicians, Reuters reports. In the report by the Chinese Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, the mathematicians said China could not afford to lift travel restrictions without more
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On Wednesday, the World Socialist Web Site interviewed Nicolas Smit, an engineer and scientist in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada, who is a leading global advocate fighting to raise awareness about masks and elastomeric respirators during the COVID-19 pandemic. This interview is the first testimony provided to the Global Workers’ Inquest into the COVID-19 Pandemic, which aims
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Elizabeth Dufort, a former medical director for the Division of Epidemiology who was identified as “State Entity Employee #2” in one of the transcripts released by the attorney general’s office, told investigators that working conditions had gotten so bad at the Department of Health that some employees had asked the Public Employees Federation, one of
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26 November 2021 Peter Gutwein, Premier The health and safety of Tasmanians remains our number one priority and with our vaccination program continuing to proceed well, Tasmania is ready to reopen on December 15. Our vaccination targets remain on track, with 92 per cent of those aged 12 and over now having had one dose,
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Advertisement. Caroline Wawzonek says requiring that all NWT government staff submit proof of vaccination by November 30 could have left some communities without enough workers, so an alternative was provided. Wawzonek, as finance minister, is responsible for GNWT human resources. The current government-wide policy – which may vary in specific areas or agencies – requires
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Researchers in Iran sought to quantify headaches related to personal protective equipment (PPE) among frontline health care workers. Headaches resulting from personal protective equipment (PPE) are common and can decrease hospital staff efficiency and performance, according to results of a cross-sectional study carried out in Iran. Findings, published in Brain and Behavior, underscore the importance
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GUELPH – The Upper Grand District School Board (UGDSB) has approved the use of N95 masks for staff, provided they fulfill several requirements. In a Nov. 23 board meeting, director of education Peter Sovran presented the board with a finalized report on a previously-passed motion recommending the allowance of N95 masks. Trustees approved a motion
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Photograph: Shutterstock Florida restaurants that terminate an employee for refusing to abide by the Biden administration’s workforce vaccination mandate may face a $50,000 fine under a contradictory law enacted last week by the state. The state measure prohibits private-sector employers from imposing a COVID-19 vaccine requirement on their workers unless a number of specified exemptions
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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – The scientific studies compiled below demonstrate that mandates mandating or forcing Covid-19 vaccines provide no overall population health benefit and may even be harmful. The following research papers and studies raise doubts that Covid-19 vaccine mandates are supported by science and good public health practice. Anyone, especially politicians, mayors, governors,
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TORONTO, Nov. 22, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Ezzigroup Inc. (“Ezzigroup” or the “Company”), a Personal Protective Equipment (‘PPE’) manufacturer and distributor based in Toronto, is proud to announce the successful development of the Company’s first ever compostable surgical grade face mask manufactured in Canada. These compostable masks are ASTM F-2100 certified, Health Canada approved and
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The Walt Disney Co.  (DIS) – Get Walt Disney Company Report has halted its requirement that Disney World employees receive the Covid-19 vaccine after Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed legislation restricting such workplace mandates. Disney said that it believes its approach to mandatory vaccines has been the right one, according to a Saturday statement reported by
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