How to keep your pets safe and happy during the coronavirus pandemic

How to keep your pets safe and happy during the coronavirus pandemic (Photo: Getty Images / Jasmina007) — Recommendations are independently chosen by Reviewed’s editors. Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission. News surfaced that the dog of a coronavirus patient in China tested “weak positive” and in the same internet instant, photos of dogs wearing medical face masks popped up all over the web. While maintaining the health of yourself and the people around you is at the forefront of the world’s focus during the coronavirus (a.k.a., COVID-19) pandemic, these headlines and memes have brought up an important question: What about your pets? Like a good deal? Sign up for our weekly deals newsletter. It’s free and you can unsubscribe any time. Good news: there’s no reason to believe that pets can get the coronavirus. (Photo: Getty Images / Maryviolet) The CDC says there’s no evidence that any animals in the U.S. have contracted or can spread the virus. This also means that quarantining them is an unnecessary measure. (And using medical masks, even for entertaining photo ops, is a wasteful and potentially dangerous practice, in light of shortages of these ...

Empty handwashing stations not helping homeless, or anyone else

When I asked what happened, she said one of her two puppies scratched her and then she picked at the wound. “My hands weren’t fully clean and it got infected,” said Kaplus, who is homeless and lives in an RV with boarded-up windows and a leaky roof behind a private lot on Wood Street in Oakland. At a time when we’re being advised — no, warned — to wash our hands excessively, Kaplus and the more than 29,000 homeless people in the Bay Area’s nine counties are in a vulnerable position: They can’t easily clean their hands. That’s got the attention of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. CDC guidance for cities responding to homelessness during the coronavirus pandemic includes providing access to “portable latrines with handwashing facilities for encampments of more than 10 people.” A week ago, The Chronicle reported that Mayor Libby Schaaf said Oakland had provided portable toilets, hand sanitizer and handwashing stations at 20 additional encampments. That means 40 encampments in Oakland should have health and hygiene services, including garbage collection. But in trips to encampments and in interviews with homeless people in the past week, I’ve found that many handwashi...

Industrial Water Chillers Market Analysis Report Analysis 2019-2025

A recent market study published by marketresearchhub provides resourceful business insights pertaining to the growth prospects of the Industrial Water Chillers market during the considered forecast period, 2019-2029. According to the report, owing to the growing demand for product 1 and product 2 from region 1 and region 2, significant advances in Industrial Water Chillers technology, and growing investment for research and development activities, the Industrial Water Chillers market is projected to grow at CAGR of XX% through the forecast period. The data collected by our analysts from credible primary and secondary sources provides answers to some top queries related to the global Industrial Water Chillers market. Request Sample Report @ https://www.marketresearchhub.com/enquiry.php?type=S&repid=2082213&source=atm The market study bifurcates the global Industrial Water Chillers market on the basis of product type, regions, application, and end use industry. The insights are backed by accurate and easy to understand graphs, tables, and figures. The following manufacturers are covered: Johnson Controls Bosch Trane (Ingersoll-Rand) Carrier Parker Hannifin Lennox Dimplex T...

Noise Dosimeter Market is Growing at a High CAGR by 2027 | Brüel & Kjær, KIMO Instruments, Cirrus Research plc

The Noise Dosimeter Market report aims to provide an overview of with detailed market segmentation by nature, form, application, distribution channel category and geography. The market is expected to witness high growth during the forecast period. The report provides key statistics on the market status of the leading Noise Dosimeterr market players and offers key trends and opportunities in the market. Growing technology has winged automation which resulted a dramatic change in the modern workplace where employees are now assigned for multitasking, making it difficult to measure the noise in which the worker is exposed too. The noise dosimeter is an instrument which measures the noise to which a worker is exposed to while working, specially designed for the situations where the noise level is constantly varying or the worker is constantly moving. Top Key Players:- Brüel & Kjær, KIMO Instruments, Cirrus Research plc, 3M Company, Svantek., Casella Inc., ACOEM Group, Larson Davis, Inc., Testo SE & Co. KGaA, and CESVA Instruments SLU. Increased precision in noise measuring technologies, raising awareness regarding the environment, heavy investment and initiatives by the gove...

Arizona COVID-19 cases now at 665 | The Verde Independent

COVID-19 confirmed cases in Arizona have jumped to 665, according to the Friday morning report issued by the Arizona Department of Health Services. That is an increase of 157 new cases statewide in the past 24 hours, the highest single-day jump since the state began documenting coronavirus confirmed cases. ADHS has confirmed 621 new cases in Arizona since March 19. The state also has categorized the caseload as “widespread” with cases now reported in 13 of the state’s 15 counties. Closer to home, ADHS reported there are now nine cases in Yavapai County. Yavapai County Community Health Services Public Health Coordinator Terri Farneti reported five of the cases are in the Verde Valley area, and four are in the Prescott/Quad-Cities area. “Seven of the cases are senior citizens, the other two are adults,” said Farneti. “All nine cases appear to be travel-related, no evidence of community spread at this time. As tests are reported to YCCHS, the number of cases may not match the Arizona Department of Health’s numbers, as Medsis reporting is updated as of 5 p.m. the night before, and cases continue to be reported throughout the day. All Arizonans should assume the virus is present in t...

The Biji-biji Group (Biji-biji Initiative, Me.reka and Taylors Me.reka Makerspace) have come together to offer assistance

The Biji-biji Group (Biji-biji Initiative, Me.reka and Taylors Me.reka Makerspace) have come together to offer assistance to those working on the frontline to combat the spread of Covid-19.  Biji-biji Initiative CEO Juliana Adam tells Enterprise that people from the group were in contact with doctors desperately pleading to get a hold of personal protective equipment (PPE), specifically face shields. “Since we have a full list of makers and machines, we thought why not try making a prototype,” she says, adding that on Sunday, March 22, the group put out a call on social media for materials. They received an overwhelming response from people who wanted to help. The materials requested were 4mm or 5mm acrylic sheets (priced between RM210 and RM250 for a 4×8 acrylic sheet) and 0.2mm transparent and rigid A4 plastic sheets (priced at RM0.25 per piece when ordered in bulk). “People wanted to give us things non-stop. It is overwhelming for the team because we did not expect things to escalate like this and we are humbled at the amount of people who want to help. But the main thing that we need is the acrylic sheet, which is the part that is clipped to a person’s forehead,” says J...

Samsung launches The Wall in India today, priced up to Rs 12 crore: All you need to know- Technology News, Firstpost

In January this year, Samsung announced The Wall at CES 2019. Almost a year later, the company has now launched the product in India today. Aptly named ‘The Wall’, it comes in three size variants, with the smallest featuring a 146-inch screen size, then there is a 219-inch model, and its largest variant has a screen size of 292-inch. All the variants of The Wall feature a modular MicroLED display with up to 8K resolution. Samsung’s The Wall is priced starting Rs 3.5 crore and range up to Rs 12 crore, excluding taxes, for the 146-inch, 219-inch and 292-inch models. The Wall will be available in India starting today, that is, 5 December 2019. The Wall will be exclusively available at the Samsung Executive Briefing Centre in Gurgaon. Private viewings are also available upon reservation from 5 December. The Wall, as mentioned, comes in three screen sizes. The 146-inch model offers 4K resolution, the 219-inch model offers 6K resolution, and the 292-inch model has an 8K resolution. The Wall is made up of six by six-inch microLED panels that seamlessly come together to form a screen as big as “a wall”. The Wall has a depth less than 30mm, and it sports a bezel-...