OGDEN, Utah, June 10, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Makana Masks, the American manufacturer of innovative reusable safety masks, has exceeded the acceptable ASTM pre-certification standard of a Level I BFC as tested by independent third-party Nelson Labs. Makana is the first and only elastomer reusable half-face mask to exceed this standard.
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When we call a woman virtuous, we are paying her the highest compliment of all. In the Book of Ruth, Boaz told Ruth that everyone knew she was a woman of virtue. This meant that all who knew Ruth or new of Ruth knew that she was above reproach; that she was honest, hardworking, and most importantly — a God-fearing woman.
Jun. 2—Kent City Council is poised to repeal legislation regarding mass gatherings and facial coverings. Tonight, according to a city council meeting agenda, members will convene for a special meeting to repeal ordinances passed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The first, originally passed October 2020, prohibited mass gatherings of more than 10 non-household members. The second ...
OGDEN, Utah, June 2, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Makana Masks, the American manufacturer of innovative reusable safety masks, has received certification from Nelson Labs as a Level 1 Barrier Face Covering. Makana is the first and only elastomer reusable half-face mask to receive this important certification.
May 22—The City of Orangeburg's current mask ordinance will remain in place after city council rejected proposed changes. Even so, city officials say portions of the existing ordinance are invalid due to an executive order from Gov. Henry McMaster. "The portions of the ordinance that became invalid due to Gov. McMaster's executive orders are provisions that require face coverings be worn in ...
The City of Orangeburg’s current mask ordinance will remain in place after city council rejected proposed changes.
(The Center Square) – Some Virginia universities have eased their mask mandates for those who have been fully vaccinated to follow more closely with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines.
Unvaccinated individuals are encouraged to continue wearing face coverings indoors and outdoors when in close contact from others, as recommended by the CDC.
(The Center Square) – Gov. Gavin Newsom’s office said Californians will remain under mask requirements for another month, despite the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's guidance that said people fully vaccinated against COVID-19 can ditch face coverings.
Eastern Kentucky University director of public safety and chair of the EKU COVID-19 Task Force, Bryan Makinen announced new COVID-19 guideline…