Former Vice President Joe Biden will ask Americans to wear a mask during his first 100 days of his presidency, due to begin on January 20. The Democrat said that in federal facilities or in means of interstate transportation, such as airplanes or buses, he will make the use of the mask mandatory. A broader order will remain in the hands of local governments.
A student from the Far Eastern Federal University in Vladivostok, Georgy Budnik, created a device that monitors the condition of a protective mask and tells you when it’s time to change it. The student was part of the Axiom team, which participated in the International Exhibition for Young Inventors 2020 that was held this month.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel traveled to Brussels today for her first foreign trip since the coronavirus outbreak. The purpose of this trip is to participate in the important conference of the European Union, on EU financial assistance to member states for the Coronavirus epidemic.
Coronavirus continues to be the main topic of discussions on the news and social media. Currently, there are over 5 million cases and over 330,000 deaths around the globe. Meanwhile, scientists have developed a tissue that denies the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus the ability to enter cells. This effect is caused by a weak electric field generated by the material in the presence of moisture. Now the researchers are going to get approval from regulatory authorities and start producing masks. The development is expected to be commercially produced by Vomaris Inc.
Across the world, nation after nation is experiencing the devastating effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, with daily statistics regarding the number of tests administered, confirmed cases, death rates, hospitalizations, and patients who have recovered blanketing the news, it can be difficult for the average person to understand exactly what methods are used to analyze the spread of such a dangerous virus. To help with this, here are some of the most common methods used now and in years past to help scientists, public health experts, and many others make the best decisions regarding how to contain and eradicate such threats.
French Prime Minister Édouard Philippe presented a plan to Parliament Tuesday, saying that the new coronavirus countermeasure lockdown will be relaxed from May 11. He said masks will be obligatory for public transport and secondary schools. Mr. Philippe said that stores and markets that sell goods that are not essential daily goods can resume operations from May 11.
An anti-pollution mask is a protective gear that is designed to serve as a shield from pollutants in the ambient air. It consists of three filters, namely the primary, particle and carbon filter, that offer protection against numerous harmful airborne particles, including gases, smoke, and chemical vapors.
The World Health Organization is reportedly planning to suggest that people wear masks in public places, even if they are not sick. Most European and American experts have not advised ordinary people to wear masks for several months. In addition to the WHO, U.S. President Donald Trump has also called for it.
Portland’s street-brawling season began with a bang on Saturday. Dueling right- and left-wing protesters took to downtown this past weekend, and the usual carnage ensued. Portland police, tasked with keeping the two belligerents separated, were unsuccessful in doing so. When the tear gas cleared, three people were arrested, eight were injured, and the right blasted the police, and the city, for allowing the violence to occur. Spray, rinse, repeat.