President Biden has issued a series of new mandates to halt the spread of COVID-19. Are you prepared?
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This is just one of the many questions being asked as the vaccination rollout continues.
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President-elect Joe Biden will be calling for a 100-day mask mandate. We have some tips to help you get prepared.
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With that in mind, if your eyeglasses are fogging when you put on a face mask, it’s because warm, moist air you exhale is being directed up to your glasses.
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With the current pandemic, face masks have become and everyday necessity. Many factories and manufacturing companies that produce other things, have jumped in to help with the fulfilling of coronavirus demands. From breweries making hand sanitizer, to GAP Inc., that usually makes clothes, switching to making face masks.
Even though we are several months into the coronavirus pandemic, smaller clinics and businesses are still struggling to get proper masks and other protective gear. In response to shortages of personal protective equipment, PPE, many clinics, and other companies in the medical field switched to initial intakes being done outside. This helps reduce exposure and preserve the gear they have on hand.
Cleaners, sanitizers, and disinfectants tend to get confused with each other. However, they are not all created equal. Sanitizers just reduce bacteria, not kill them. Killing bacteria is a job for disinfectants. Then you have cleaners that do just that. They clean, removing dirt and grime from surfaces.
Keeping your home and other places clean and keeping the people in the area safe is an especially important task. When used as suggested, disinfectants are one of the best ways to do just this.
When it comes to disinfectants, there a lot of options on the market and they all do different things. When choosing a disinfectant for your facility you need to know what you are trying to get rid of. Not all disinfectants are made the same. Some kill one type of germ and others kill other types of germs.
A lot of companies use the phrase “Kills 99.9% of Germs” as a selling point. The problem, this doesn’t actually mean a lot. This statement is misleading and can be dangerous in some situations. When a disinfectant says it kills 99.9% of germs you would think it meant 99.9% of all the germs out there. Wrong. This just means it is good at killing specific germs.
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Wearing a mask whenever you leave the house has become the new norm. In preventing the spread of the latest coronavirus pandemic, the government and partnering agencies have suggested, and in some places enforced, the wearing of a face mask when you are out in public.