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What You Need to Know About CDC Guidelines for Cloth Masks

What You Need to Know About CDC Guidelines for Cloth Masks

If you are a business owner concerned about the COVID-19 health crisis have a lasting impact, there are good reasons to stockpile personal protective clothing items such as reusable masks. Although researchers are scrambling to understand the virus and develop a vaccine, this strain of coronavirus...
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Protecting Long-Term Care Professionals & Patients from COVID-19

Protecting Long-Term Care Professionals & Patients from COVID-19

Older people remain at heightened risk from COVID-19, and long-term care professionals are tasked with diligent use of protective clothing to protect themselves and their patients. According to recent data, mortality rates attributed to the coronavirus increase almost exponentially with age. A...
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Protecting Funeral Home Workers From COVID-19

Protecting Funeral Home Workers From COVID-19

As the coronavirus death toll mounts, funeral home employees struggle to remain safe in the workplace. Families losing loved ones to COVID-19 often find it difficult to see past their grief and remember safe social distancing practices. It’s almost impossible to tell broken-hearted people that...
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Protecting Industrial & Contractors from COVID-19 Exposure

Protecting Industrial & Contractors from COVID-19 Exposure

Leaders in the U.S. power industry recently lobbied local, state, and federal officials to prioritize their “mission-essential employees” and provide them with critical personal protective equipment (PPE) as the COVID-19 pandemic puts them at heightened risk. The Electricity Subsector...
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Keeping Essentials workers protected from COVID-19

Keeping Essentials workers protected from COVID-19

Before the COVID-19 pandemic stunned the world, everyday people had a loose notion about who was an “essential worker.” If you conducted an impromptu person on the street poll, the top responses would likely have been first responders, doctors, nurses, and government agencies. Since the...
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