Emergency Supplies

National Guard back at Salem hospital, with less stress than fall deployment

The hospital is seeing more Covid patients than ever before, but far fewer are seriously ill, meaning soldiers and health workers are not facing the same daily death toll as during the delta surge. A National Guard walks through the halls of Salem Hospital on Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2022. (Amanda …

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AG Cameron encourages Kentuckians to report suspected winter storm-related price hikes

FRANKFORT, Ky. (KFVS) — Attorney General Daniel Cameron has encouraged Kentucky residents to report suspicions of price gouging to his office. You can report it online. You can also call the Attorney General’s Natural Disaster Fraud Hotline at 502-696-5485. When filing a complaint, we encourage you to provide as much …

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Winter Storm Watch in effect for the City of Chicago from Tuesday, February 1 at 8 p.m. through Thursday, February 3 at 6 p.m.

The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch in effect from Feb. 1 at 8 p.m. to Feb. 3 at 6:30 p.m. ahead of snowfall forecast this week. The City of Chicago is urging residents to take the necessary steps to prepare for possible snow accumulation in the …

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SafeSpace will soon open an emergency shelter in Indian River County

Homeless shelter SafeSpace, with support from the Indian River County Sheriff’s Office, is expected to open an emergency shelter in the county soon. The shelter will add to the already long list of services that the non-profit organization offers to those who have suffered from domestic violence. The organization once …

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Local News: Eureka Springs Hospital Updates Emergency Room (1/27/22)

Eureka Springs Hospital employee Terry Moore puts the finishing touches on a cabinet in the emergency room. The cabinets are one of many upgrades to the ER over the past two months. Photo submitted Eureka Springs Hospital recently made several upgrades to the emergency room, including brand new flooring in …

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Ukrenergo requests emergency power supply from Belarus for a total of 650 MWh

On Tuesday, the dispatch center of NPC Ukrenergo requested emergency power supply from the power system of Belarus in certain periods with a total volume of 650 MWh. According to the company’s operational data published on the Ukrenergo website, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. the amount of electricity supplied …

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WHO supports KR-I with over 20 tons of medical supplies to improve national response to COVID-19 health challenges [EN/AR/KU] – Iraq

Erbil, Iraq, 23 January 2022 – The World Health Organization (WHO) has handed over more than 20 tons of medical technology urgently needed by the Ministry of Health in the Kurdistan region of Iraq. The shipment of 117 pallets contains a variety of emergency medical devices, mechanical and intensive care …

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Collins and Peters present the bipartisan leg…

washington d.c. — Health Committee member U.S. Senator Susan Collins (R-ME) and Senator Gary Peters (D-MI) introduced bipartisan legislation that would strengthen requirements for foreign manufacturers of medical products distributed in the United States to register with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). “During the ongoing public health emergency, the …

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Ascension Parish will distribute free COVID-19 home tests next week

The following information comes from the Parish Government of Ascension. BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) – The Ascension Parish Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (OHSEP) has received a limited supply of free in-home COVID tests from LDH to distribute to the public. Distribution will be the same as when …

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Kemsa seeks Covid kits despite ongoing investigation

Economy Kemsa seeks Covid kits despite ongoing investigation Monday, January 17, 2022 The offices of the Kenya Medical Supplies Authority in the industrial area of ​​Nairobi. FILE PHOTO | NMG By EDWIN MUTAIMore from this author Summary The Kenya Medical Supplies Authority (Kemsa) is seeking to procure more Covid-19 health …

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Surplus San Mateo County COVID-19 supplies damaged by rain after being left outside

SAN MATEO – Millions of dollars of excess personal protective equipment and cleaning supplies purchased by San Mateo County in response to the COVID-19 pandemic were damaged by recent storms after being left outside said the county’s top official. The items were moved from the San Mateo Event Center in …

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COVID-19 outbreak fueled by Omicron on African plateaus – Reuters

Brazzaville, January 13, 2022 – After a six-week spurt, the fourth pandemic wave in Africa driven primarily by the Omicron variant is flattening out, marking the shortest surge yet on the continent where cumulative cases have now topped 10 millions. As of January 11, there were 10.2 million cases of …

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ZoomInfo Employees Raise Over $ 2 Million For Local Nonprofits During Winter 2021 Giving Campaign

Donations to help 11 youth and family focused nonprofits in local business communities VANCOUVER, Washington– (BUSINESS WIRE) –$ ZI—ZoomInfo (NASDAQ: ZI), a global leader in modern marketing software, data and intelligence, today announced that during its recent Winter 2021 fundraising campaign, employees ZoomInfo have partnered to raise more than $ …

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Power to the people

Through Marcie Obremski Updated: 35 minutes ago Posted: 51 minutes ago Sturgeon Electric contractors replace a broken utility pole and hang up the electrical wire near Tanaina Elementary School on Wednesday January 5, 2022 in Wasilla. (Loren Holmes / DNA) With sub-zero temperatures and wind speeds exceeding hurricane force in …

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Yolo County Settlement in Walmart Egg “Price Rise” Case

A settlement has been reached in a case filed by the Yolo County Attorney’s Office against Walmart for “price hikes” in egg products, which was banned in California during the COVID-19 pandemic, have prosecutors said. Yolo Superior Court Judge Samuel T. McAdam released a judgment on Dec. 17 regarding Walmart’s …

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Weak offer of rapid tests, inaccurate results complicate testing during Omicron surge – NBC 6 South Florida

What there is to know There is not enough supply of rapid COVID-19 antigen tests to meet intense demand State strives to limit and prioritize those tested Here’s what you need to know if you’re looking for a test Omicron has cast another wrinkle in the pandemic. The Food and …

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International community, organizations send emergency aid to PH

The Philippines coped with the aftermath of destruction caused by Typhoon Odette (international name Rai) on December 16, damaging infrastructure and agriculture and affecting an estimated 3.95 million Filipinos. In response to this devastating event, the international community and a number of organizations provided immediate assistance to support the Filipinos …

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Struggling ambulance service faces fine while pleading for volunteers

A struggling central Iowa ambulance service faces a $ 600 fine after failing to correct all regulatory violations found by inspectors last summer. The Iowa Department of Public Health proposes that the Dayton Rescue Squad receive the fine and a formal warning. According to the department, state officials conducted an …

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Baptist Health restricts visits and temporarily stops antibody treatments

MONTGOMERY, Alabama (WSFA) – Baptist Health has updated its policy in light of new cases of COVID-19. One of those updates is the new restricted visit policy. Until further notice, patients will be allowed one visitor at a time for a total of two designated visitors per calendar day. Exceptions …

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Korean Home Test Kit Exports To US Soar Over Omicron Spread

Korean Covid-19 Test Device Manufacturers Actively Export Products to United States Industry officials have said US demands for Korean test kits will increase for some time due to the continued spread of the Omicron variant. Humasis said in a regulatory filing Monday that it had signed an agreement with Celltrion …

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New York urges trail safety and COVID safety for snowmobile season | Local news

PLATSBURGH – As snowmobile season begins, New York State urges riders to practice trail safety and COVID-19 safety. A state snowmobile safety certificate is required for riders between the ages of 10 and 18 to operate a snowmobile. Safety courses continue to be offered with more than 100 courses available, …

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Gaza: ACTED emergency aid to families to meet their needs – Occupied Palestinian Territory

Living conditions in the Gaza Strip have deteriorated due to the consecutive shocks the region has experienced since the start of the Israeli blockade in 2007, including the last hostilities in May 2021. The population of the Gaza Strip is approximately 2.1 million people. It is one of the most …

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State AG Updates: December 6-11, 2021

Each week, the Crowell & Moring State Attorneys General team highlights important actions taken by state attorneys general. Here are the updates for this week. Monday, December 6, 2021 Consumer protection Washington DC Attorney General Racine filed amicus brief in District of Columbia Superior Court Muslim lawyers v. Facebook, which …

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Plan ahead to avoid the holidays a visit to the emergency department

The holiday season is upon us and being prepared could help you avoid an unnecessary emergency visit. It’s no surprise that hospital emergency departments are busy this time of year. Reducing the hours of operation of walk-in clinics, pharmacies and doctor’s offices during the holidays can dramatically increase the level …

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Authorities: Residents in some areas of the county should prepare for shelter in place as the winter storm approaches

Residents in parts of Park County should be prepared to take shelter in place as a major winter storm could create extremely dangerous driving conditions in the area, officials said on Saturday evening. A Park County “emergency snow alert” informed residents on Saturday that Swingley, West Boulder, Trail Creek, Divide …

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Beshear: Federal resources, help will be available for counties affected by tornado | News

First Lady Britainy Beshear’s Western Kentucky Toy Drive is always on the hunt for $ 25 Visa and Mastercard gift cards, new gifts for older children, new books, and new art supplies. To find a drop-off point, visit FirstLady.ky.gov/ToyDrive. Gov. Andy Beshear said at least 75 people were killed or …

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These Sackets Harbor teens became frontline emergency responders during the pandemic

Dec 15 2021 – Amy FeiereiselThese Sackets Harbor teens became frontline emergency responders during the pandemic The United States is currently facing a shortage of healthcare workers, including emergency service personnel, like EMTS. Communities in the north of the country feel this tension, especially because many emergency services here are …

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Governor Lee declares state of emergency, grants exemptions to those offering storm damage relief | WJHL

NASHVILLE, Tennessee (WJHL) – Tennessee Governor Bill Lee on Monday signed an executive order granting special permissions to those offering aid in areas affected by storms on Friday and Saturday. Residents of northeastern Tennessee lend a hand to victims of deadly tornadoes According to a statement from Governor Lee’s office, …

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Aid groups mobilize to help tornado victims in Kentucky, neighboring states

Disaster relief and humanitarian groups are mobilizing to help victims of tornadoes in Kentucky and neighboring states. Here’s a look at some of the reliefs provided: The American Red Cross makes it easy to send a quick $ 10 donation by simply texting “REDCROSS” at 90999. Other donations can be …

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How Can California Protect Its Water Supply From Wildfires? – YubaNet

It’s intuitive that wildfires can affect ecosystems, harm wildlife, and contaminate streams and rivers. But forest fires can also have complex, severe and direct effects on our water supply and infrastructure, effects that have only become evident in recent years. Scientists and policymakers must integrate knowledge and experience from many …

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Canada taps into ’emergency’ maple syrup supplies in times of scarcity

Canadians are known for many things, but perhaps one of the country’s best-known culinary exports is maple syrup. This year, however, shortages of delicious syrup have forced the country to dip into its emergency reserves. The organization des Producteurs acéricoles du Québec (QMSP) represents maple syrup producers in Canada and …

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Emergency management agency urges preparation as Kona has low impact on Hawai’i

December 5, 2021, 7:01 a.m. HST PC: NOAA / NWS Kona Low approaches the state. Satellite imagery 12.5.21 6:54 am A “Kona Low” weather system will impact the Hawaiian Islands and could bring up to 25 inches of rain, along with flash floods, damaging winds and landslides in parts of …

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Live updates from Australia: Omicron Covid cases climb in middle of Western Sydney cluster; nine deaths in Victoria; Qld Quarantines Adelaide Travelers | Australia News

Federal Minister of Health Greg hunt said the Therapeutic Goods Administration and the Australian Immunization Technical Advisory Group are expected to issue a call for pediatric doses of Pfizer before the end of the year. It is understood that the first shipment must arrive in Australia before Christmas. The process …

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Flooding in British Columbia reveals fragile food supply chains – 4 ways to deal with the crisis now and in the future

Feyza G. Sahinyazan and Serasu Duran | November 29, 2021 Damage from heavy rains and mudslides earlier in the week is pictured along the Coquihalla Highway near Hope, British Columbia on Thursday, November 18, 2021. Photo: Jonathan Hayward / The Canadian Press The COVID-19 pandemic has taught the world that …

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Union County Offers Additional Sites For Free COVID-19 Vaccines And Booster Injections This Week – Union County, New Jersey

The Union County Council of Commissioners continues to encourage all Union County residents to protect themselves against the COVID-19 virus, soon by visiting a free Union County vaccination clinic. Clinics will be operating in Elizabeth, Plainfield, Rahway, Roselle, Summit and Union Township next week. Any Union County resident can use …

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Fairness law reaches Governor DeWine’s office

COLUMBUS – As coronavirus cases rise again in Ohio, a bill has reached Gov. Mike DeWine’s office that would ensure the state government cannot again order a business shutdown for a health emergency while allowing a competitor deemed “essential” to keep its doors open. “All businesses are deemed essential with …

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Port Macquarie emergency services face off in blood donation challenge | Port Macquarie News

news, latest news, After a valiant effort during the Emergency Services Blood Challenge, the NSW Rural Fire Service came out on top with the most donations in Port Macquarie. They were followed closely by NSW police. The challenge – which takes place nationwide – encourages emergency service workers to donate …

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Families face urgent needs as nation grapples with climate change, COVID-19

“The situation is dire for the most vulnerable people in communities across the country, who face increased and more severe disasters in addition to COVID-19,” said the president and CEO of Cross. American red. Gail J. McGovern noted. “Join us in giving hope this holiday season by donating financially to …

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Prepare for heavy rain and strong winds

Newscast Victoria Saturday, November 20, 2021 2:57 PM The province is urging residents of British Columbia’s north coast to prepare and act diligently as Environment and Climate Change Canada has issued weather alerts for heavy rain, strong winds and freezing temperatures, which are scheduled to arrive on Saturday November 20 …

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Marin Municipal Water District assesses developer mandates

Developers in central and southern Marin County could be required to pay tens of thousands of dollars in new fees or add water-saving improvements to their projects as part of a proposal to reduce demand for water supply. After facing the risk of running out of water during the drought, …

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Cody Regional Health calls on residents to be crutch donors

Do you have crutches? Because Cody Regional Health needs them to keep patients upright as supply chain shortages continue in northwest Wyoming. When a Cody resident hears that Cody Regional Health is looking for donations, they may think the hospital is looking for money, masks, or even blood. But the …

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Global Size, Share, Key Players, Production, Growth and Future Outlook – Energy Siren

The Emergency Stretcher Trolley market analysis is provided for the international markets including development trends, competitive landscape analysis, and key regions development status. The report provides key statistics on the market status of the Emergency Stretcher Trolley manufacturers and is a valuable source of guidance and direction for companies and …

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Winter Weather Preparation Week is November 15-19

In addition to freezing temperatures and snow and ice, winter brings dangerous driving conditions and the potential for destructive and deadly storms. That’s why the National Weather Service, State Emergency Management Agency, and local Missouri emergency managers are teaming up to promote November 15-19, 2021, as Winter Weather Preparedness Week. …

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Indiana Winter Weather Prep Week | Weather blog

Governor Eric Holcomb has proclaimed November 7-13 as Winter Weather Preparedness Week in Indiana, and the National Weather Service office in Indianapolis has scheduled a full week. MONDAY: THE NWS OUTLOOK FOR THIS WINTER, WHAT IS NORMAL FOR WINTER TEMPERATURES AND PRECIPITATION AND PREPARING FOR COLD. TUESDAY: WINTER WEATHER TRAVEL …

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New portable generators with CO Shield technology

Summary of the press release: Provides a flexible and reliable backup power source Runs on natural gas, propane or regular gasoline and electric ignition Comes with hoses for quick connection to the natural gas line or to a propane tank Original press release: Duthie Power Services offers Champion Tri-Fuel portable …

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Emergency aid to displaced families

In the first two weeks of October alone, UNHCR assisted more than 60,000 people by providing emergency shelter, blankets, solar panels and cash assistance to the most vulnerable. In total, our emergency aid has reached nearly half a million displaced people so far this year. As the situation stabilized, some …

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Cape Meares fence post October 19 | Fence posts

Last week, Captain Pete wrote a paragraph for this column describing his 30th annual Hogs’ r ‘Runnin’ Salmon Tournament and its official results. But I have sources beyond him. This week, you will hear the rest of the story … Equipment problems were rampant during the derby. A participant dropped …

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Merck asks FDA for emergency approval of Covid pill

Merck said Monday it submitted a request to the Food and Drug Administration to authorize what would be the first antiviral pill to treat Covid. Approval of the drug, molnupiravir, would be an important step in the fight against the coronavirus, experts said, as convenient and relatively inexpensive treatment could …

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Pandemic brings more hikers, accidents and rescues

New Yorkers have taken refuge outside during the pandemic and have turned to socially distant activities like hiking. But the increase in the number of hikers has generated more calls for help. Dan Cassidy, an outdoor enthusiast and ranger with Mohonk Preserve, said Monday the reason for the increase in …

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CSRWire – Mercy Corps and Xylem

Posted an hour ago Proposed by Xylem Inc. Make waves | Xylem water news “I went through what I felt when we lost almost everything… so I know how difficult it is for communities to continue to survive this difficult year.” These are the words of Nurdianto, a member of …

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Ground Zero: one month later | New

It has been a month since the flooding changed life in Haywood County in many ways. In the aftermath of Tropical Storm Fred, there are the 114 families whose homes were completely destroyed, as well as 598 families whose homes were damaged or affected. The scope of the disaster went …

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Hospital Gowns Market Size, Share and Trend Analysis Report

New York, September 23, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Reportlinker.com announces the publication of the report “Hospital Gowns Market Size, Share and Trend Analysis Report by Type, By Usability, By Type of risk, by region and segment forecast, 2021 – 2028 “- https://www.reportlinker.com/p05965037/?utm_source=GNW Hospital Gown Market Growth and Trends The global …

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As pace of evictions increases, Bush urges local governments to step up efforts to help tenants | Politics

Frontline Ferguson protester Cori Bush, D-Mo., Addresses the crowd during a memorial service for Michael Brown at Pleasant View Gardens Apartments, formerly known as Canfield Green Apartments, on the occasion of the seventh anniversary of Brown’s police shooting on Monday, August 9, 2021, in Ferguson. Photo by Laurie Skrivan, [email protected]

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Global supply shortages hit Haitian aid group

Faced with mind-boggling and persistent commodity shortages across the global economy, even aid organizations like food banks and clothing distributors are caught in chaos. Many are struggling to get what they need, which amplifies the shortage in vulnerable communities. In Haiti, one of the poorest countries in the world, an …

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10 ways pet parents can prepare for disasters

In honor of September being National Preparedness Month, the San Diego Humane Society urges all people who have pets to ensure they have an emergency plan in place for their pets and livestock. . Whether an emergency occurs due to disease, wildfire, earthquake, or other disaster in San Diego County, …

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UK gas supply explained – GOV.UK

There has recently been extensive media coverage of wholesale gas prices, and the effect this may have on household energy bills. The impact on certain sectors of the industry, and its ability to continue production, has also attracted attention. This explicator provides the background to the problem and the measures …

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VIDEO: Attorney General Moody urges Floridians to stay hurricane prepared during National Readiness Month

Attorney General Ashley Moody press release VIDEO: Attorney General Moody urges Floridians to stay hurricane prepared during National Readiness Month TALLAHASSEE, Florida — September is National Preparedness Month and Attorney General Ashley Moody urges Floridians to remain vigilant and reassess disaster preparedness plans. The peak of the hurricane season is …

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Allergic reactions and recalls news

Hello, dear readers, and welcome to our ongoing discussion on the COVID-19 vaccine. We continue to hear from a number of readers who are interested in receiving the vaccine but are concerned about an allergic reaction. “The advice always says not to get the vaccine if you are allergic to …

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Kansas City Blood Supply Is At Emergency Levels 4State News MO AR KS OK

https://kubrick.htvapps.com/vidthumb/3eceb062-048f-4cb2-96bc-06acc297d23f/3eceb062-048f-4cb2-96bc-06acc297d23f_image.jpg The storage shelves at the Community Blood Center are bare. “Quite regularly we’ve been at a three-day or less supply for certain blood groups like, O, we’ve been at a 0.5-to-a-day supply, which is extremely low,” said Andrea Boepple of the Community Blood Center. Boepple said the pandemic is …

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EU and WHO provide emergency medical supplies to Sri Lanka

Critical emergency medical equipment has been made available to 78 hospitals across the country for the COVID-19 response through a partnership between the World Health Organization (WHO) and the European Union (EU). These include High Dependency Unit (HDU) beds, pulse oximeters, oxygen concentrators, jumbo oxygen cylinders and other urgent supplies. …

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