Posts Tagged ‘precautions’

CDC Urges Travel Precautions amid Marburg Virus Outbreak

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has urged travelers to Tanzania to take precautions after an outbreak of the Marburg virus.  Source

Green Initiatives of Punjab Are Welcome But Need Precautions to Maximize Benefits

Recent new initiatives of the Punjab government to bring real greenery to the state need to be widely welcomed. This state really needs environment protection, particularly as what was falsely called green revolution in farming caused such immense ( and entirely avoidable)ecological ruin. The new measures announced show much promise of increasing the overall green […]

Reasons Why Tehri Dam Needs Very Special Precautions Of Safety

           The Tehri Dam Project (TDP) constructed in Garhwal region of Uttarakhand is one of the most discussed dams of the world in the context of the debates on dam safery. The salient features of this project are :- A 260.5 meters high earth and rockfill dam, across the river Bhagirathi at Tehri just after […]

FDA Vaccine Advisory Board Member: ‘No Reason’ Teachers Can’t Go Back with Precautions, They Don’t Need to Be Vaccinated to Go Back

On Thursday’s broadcast of CNN’s “The Lead,” FDA vaccines advisory board member Dr. Paul Offit stated that teachers do not need to be vaccinated in order to return to in-person classes,  many other essential workers are back to work without being vaccinated, and stated that “there’s no reason” teachers can’t go back to in-person classes […]

White House: ‘Appropriate Precautions’ Taken During Trump’s COVID Drive-By

The White House on Sunday reacted to the corporate media frenzy following the president’s SUV drive-by to see his supporters despite fighting COVID-19. “Appropriate precautions were taken in the execution of this movement to protect the President and all those supporting it, including PPE,” White House Deputy Press Secretary Judd Deere said in a statement. […]

Jewish day schools open for the year with new safety precautions and plans for possible closures

(JTA) – For the Rochelle Zell Jewish High School in suburban Chicago, it took just three days of in-person instruction last month before two staff members tested positive for COVID-19, sending the school back to remote learning for six days. Now they’re back in the classroom. That experience of opening, closing and reopening is likely to […]

Don’t make yourself ill with E. coli – safety precautions to guard against contamination

(Natural News) Hundreds of thousands of people fall ill from E. coli contamination each year. Despite local outcry to improve food manufacturing practices, pathogenic E. coli is still a prevalent bacterium that continues to impact the healthcare system. The most common sources of foodborne infection of E. coli are raw fruits and […]

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