PPE and Pandemic Aware Fashion Guide for Merchants and Crafters

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  Every crafter with a sewing machine or good hands should already be aware of the need for reusable gear for medical professionals. While you’re at it though, you may be able to fund your projects or supplement your income by being aware that masks are here to stay. Those who have gotten ill and their loved ones are leading the charge to encourage people to be considerate by wearing masks and barriers, and practicingContinue…

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AltPPE.net Sis. Lasher Comments on: There Is Little Evidence That Mass Transit Poses a Risk of Coronavirus Outbreaks – Scientific American

Public Transit Virus Risks - Scientific American

Is it safe to ride the bus? Sis. Lasher parses the information in plain language to help you use public transit safely. Calculate your risk level and protect yourself accordingly.

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Hospital and Veterinary Safe Mask Alternative From the University of Florida College of Medicine Department of Anesthesiology 

This mask consists of two layers of HALYARD H600 medical fabric. The blue side is the right side and will face out. The mask has passed the Respirator Fit Test. Please note that the masks will be sterilized after they are returned to the hospital.

Source: Mask Alternative » Department of Anesthesiology » College of Medicine » University of Florida

Coronavirus: Buying PPE online for care sector ‘like the Wild West’ – BBC News

From personal care to meal preparation, every day many thousands of vulnerable people depend on receiving care in their own homes.Often it is provided by domiciliary carers from private companies who make several visits a day, but with personal protective equipment (PPE) stocks stretched, some agencies have been turning to online suppliers.One care company says it paid £60,000 up front for PPE, but “the stock never came”.Meanwhile, a health trust said it had seen prices rise in what it calls “blatant profiteering”.

Source: Coronavirus: Buying PPE online for care sector ‘like the Wild West’ – BBC News