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Cleaning Before Disinfecting Cleaning your home surfaces regularly helps to prevent the harmful spread of germs. Disinfecting after cleaning then kills most germs on surfaces and objects. Cleaning can be done with water, soap, and scrubbing to remove germs, dirt, and impurities from surfaces. Disinfecting is done with stronger bleach solutions or chemicals. For disinfecting...
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Cold weather and visiting friends and family for the holidays can increase the spread of sickness. With RSV and Covid-19 cases on the rise, preventing the spread of germs is more important than ever before. RSV Respiratory Syncytial Virus or RSV is defined by the MayoClinic as the infection of the lungs and respiratory tract....
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With all but the strictest COVID-19 restrictions lifting all over the world, more and more people are opting to travel for the holidays. However, as flu season swings into gear, with increased numbers of travelers there comes also an increased risk of illness. Sicknesses common at this time of year can range from the common...
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Concerts are hotspots for spreading illnesses such as COVID-19 and the flu. Those in attendance of large events are at a much higher risk of contracting airborne pathogens. Implementing pre-screening procedures can keep the audience, band, and staff safe, but the use of a safe and effective disinfecting agent will help keep people even safer...
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Disinfecting should be a priority for elementary schools, high schools, and all educational facilities to lower the risk of infection among students, teachers, and faculty along with keeping them healthy and safe from germs. “Providing students and staff with safe and decent school facilities is one of the basic elements of quality public education”, says...
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The Impact of Pathogens Each year, about 1 in 6 people in the United States get sick from eating contaminated food, according to the CDC. Agriculture has both large positive and negative effects on the health of many living things, including human beings. Infectious diseases among agriculture have massive health impacts on society. Emerging infectious...
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When COVID cases surge, “borders tend to close, local lockdowns go into effect, and travel sees a significant and almost immediate drop”, says a senior research analyst at CNBC. Experts agree that a major COVID wave this fall and winter is possible given weakening immunity from vaccines and infections, less restrictions, and the rise of...
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At the beginning of January, the United States reached over 1 million new Covid-19 cases in a single day. With a viral factor of 15, scientists are calling Omicron the second most contagious virus on the planet. The most contagious virus on currently on record is measles, which has a factor of 18.   When...
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In 2020 the Las Vegas strip closed its doors for the first time in almost 60 years. Fears over health concerns led every hotel and casino on the strip to shut down for over a month, costing them a 97% drop in tourism from the previous year. A report from Applied Analysis states that Las...
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All over America, companies are experiencing inventory shortages. Cargo ships are trapped in ports with no one to transport their inventory across the country. According to the American Trucking Associations (ATA), the trucking industry is now short 80,000 drivers. With inventory backups all across America, truck drivers are more essential than ever for keeping the...
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