The year 2020 has been a year like no other, with a pandemic that changed the world, forcing the supply chains to collapse across businesses. Like almost every other industry that faced the consequences of the previous year, the automobile sector has been no exception. Sales chart, production, and revenues going down had been a […]
I am sure you have read about the COVID-19 scare onboard a United flight last December. Looks like a mask is not going help if someone is going to lie about his or her condition when flying. So, if you really have to fly, perhaps you should consider gearing up with the ViraShield.
Most people outside of the gaming convention and cosplay community would not know who Jarod Nandin is. If you don’t, Jarod is a World of Warcraft player and a cosplayer who shot to fame with his “guy with no real life” cosplay at Blizzcon 2013.
Viruses are a real threat to humanity and at this point, SARS-Cov-2 aka COVID-19 aka novel coronavirus is “all the rage” (in a very bad way). In addition to wearing a face mask, social distancing and washing your hands often, some air purifiers can actually help.
Well, this is an unexpected and hopeful development in the fight against coronavirus. MIT researchers have found that coughing could be used to determine if a person have contracted the virus.
Still not convinced that a face mask can help in curbing the spread of the coronavirus even after watching the Schlieren imaging on how droplets travel? Well then, perhaps Gavin Free’s of The Slow Mo Guys may be able to help to convince you.
There are many new normal forced upon us due to the COVID-19 pandemic. New norms include face mask, social distancing, washing hands more often than usual, drive-in strip club, and now, drive-in, ermm, haunted house?
The COVID-19 pandemic has reshaped almost everything that businesses considered part of normal operations, including in the trucking industry. Once the pandemic hit, social distancing rules were put in place to curb its spread. Since social interaction is a hallmark of the commercial transportation and logistics industry, the different industry players had to look for […]
In fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare workers have to dress up in full personal protection equipment (PPE). No biggies. It is a necessary, but as one respiratory therapist, Robertino, reckon, it must be rather intimidating to the patients. So, he took it upon himself to make them feel better.
With the ongoing global pandemic hitting close to home, American maker of medical devices, Abbott Laboratories, has launched ID NOW COVID-19 Lab-in-a-Box. Based on the company’s ID NOW molecular testing platform, this small toaster size machine is the fastest available molecular point-of-care test that could detect COVID-19 in as little as 5 minutes.