Coronavirus: US ‘still knee deep in first wave’ of coronavirus warns Fauci

The US chief medical adviser, Dr Anthony Fauci, has said the country is ‘still knee-deep in the first wave of this’ when talking about the coronavirus outbreak, adding that cases have doubled as states and cities attempt to reopen their economies. Fauci also said scientists would know if one or more Covid-19 vaccines were safe … Read more Coronavirus: US ‘still knee deep in first wave’ of coronavirus warns Fauci

Quad bike sales are surging right now, and that could be because of what’s to come | ABC News

Few businesses could say they’re experiencing record demand for their products at the moment – but for those selling quad bikes, unprecedented demand is leading to record sales across the country. Dealers and farmers say the drought breaking, tax incentives and fears new safety laws will drive manufacturers out of the country are behind the … Read more Quad bike sales are surging right now, and that could be because of what’s to come | ABC News

Fauci Says the State of Coronavirus in the U.S. Is ‘Not Good’

Dr. Anthony Fauci says the state of the coronavirus in the US right now is “not good.” In an online conference call with National Institutes of Health director Dr. Francis Collins, Fauci, the director of the Nation Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases said, “we’re still knee-deep in the first wave of this.” He said … Read more Fauci Says the State of Coronavirus in the U.S. Is ‘Not Good’

Demand for thermal devices skyrockets in coronavirus times

Global manufacturers of various kinds of devices that read body temperatures from near or far are experiencing a boom in business due to the coronavirus pandemic. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe Reuters brings you the latest business, finance and breaking news video from around the globe. Our reputation for accuracy and impartiality is unparalleled. Get the latest news … Read more Demand for thermal devices skyrockets in coronavirus times

Why disinfectant is still hard to find months into the pandemic

Disinfectant wipes, spray and hand sanitizer remain difficult to find in this time of coronavirus, even months after the pandemic struck. Blame supply and demand, and quirks of this industry. How long will shelves remain bare? Manufacturers have struggled to keep up with a demand shock from coronavirus. This is a low margin, usually steady … Read more Why disinfectant is still hard to find months into the pandemic

COVID-19 and TCM: How Chinese medicine makes scientific inroads

Beijing health authorities have, in its latest move, included Chinese medicine into the treatment plan for COVID-19 patients, as the city is going through a resurgence of the novel coronavirus after a 56-day streak of no locally transmitted cases. Manufacturers of Chinese patent drugs based on Traditional Chinese Medicine, or TCM, have been working non-stop … Read more COVID-19 and TCM: How Chinese medicine makes scientific inroads

What toilet paper shortages tell us about supply chains | FT Trade Secrets

FT Trade Secrets writer Aime Williams goes on a mission to find toilet roll. The coronavirus outbreak has emptied supermarket shelves. But why can’t manufacturers just divert the unused office paper? ► To learn more, visit our website – https://tradesecrets.ft.com/ ► Watch more videos from this series here – https://bit.ly/2ZiDSqM ► Subscribe to our channel … Read more What toilet paper shortages tell us about supply chains | FT Trade Secrets

Trump Slams Maine Governor for Having Not Yet Reopened the State

President Donald Trump slammed Maine’s Democratic Gov. Janet Mills for having not yet reopened the state’s economy, saying now “is your Christmas in terms tourism, how can you be closed?” He made the remarks on Friday while visiting the Puritan Medical Products facility, which is one of the two largest worldwide manufacturers of medical swabs, … Read more Trump Slams Maine Governor for Having Not Yet Reopened the State

Trump Delivers Remarks at Puritan Medical Products Facility in Maine

(June 5) Watch live as President Donald Trump delivers remarks at the Puritan Medical Products facility, which is one of the two largest worldwide manufacturers of medical swabs, in Guilford, Maine, President Donald Trump is forging ahead with a trip to Maine on Friday, defying a direct plea from the state’s Democratic governor to stay … Read more Trump Delivers Remarks at Puritan Medical Products Facility in Maine

DIY Tip: How To Re-Pressurize a Combi Boiler

Those of us who have combi boilers may find, over time, that central heating and hot water on demand performance deteriorates. Alternatively, you might find that, when you try to bleed your radiators, nothing happens. Quite often, this can be due to a lack of pressure in the heating loop. Pressurizing – or re-pressurizing – … Read more DIY Tip: How To Re-Pressurize a Combi Boiler

Wuhan’s business resume at pre-outbreak levels

Wuhan is home to some of China’s most famous brands and manufacturers. They are among tens of thousands of enterprises located in the city’s Economic and Technological Development Zone. With all of them having resumed production, it’s business is as usual and at pre-outbreak levels. Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download our APP on … Read more Wuhan’s business resume at pre-outbreak levels

EU new car sales collapse 76% in April

New car registrations in the European Union fell by 76 percent in April, the largest fall on record, as lockdown measures hit production and sales. Figures from the European Automobile Manufacturers Association show the slump was particularly pronounced in Spain and Italy, where registrations fell by over 97 percent. Also today, the UK saw a … Read more EU new car sales collapse 76% in April

Michigan Cancels Legislative Session to Avoid Armed Protesters

Michigan closed down its capitol in Lansing on Thursday and canceled its legislative session rather than face the possibility of an armed protest and death threats against Democratic Governor Gretchen Whitmer. The gathering, meant to advocate opening the state for business despite the coronavirus pandemic, followed one April 30 that resulted in pictures of protesters … Read more Michigan Cancels Legislative Session to Avoid Armed Protesters

Chinese test kits provide route for locked-down economies to reopen

As countries around the world scramble to secure coronavirus test kits, many are turning to China for help. Amid the global shortfall in the supplies of testing materials, from nasal swabs to chemical reagents, Chinese manufacturers are churning out test kits to meet the demand. Among the Chinese companies that answered the call is Dynamiker … Read more Chinese test kits provide route for locked-down economies to reopen

Medical supplies donated by overseas Chinese arrive in Rio de Janeiro

The first batch of medical supplies donated by Brazil’s Chinese residents has arrived in Rio de Janeiro. The local Chinese community in Brazil raised funds to purchase 650,000 masks from China. Mayor Marcelo Crivella said the pandemic in South America is getting worse and Chinese manufacturers have had an important role in helping Brazil purchase … Read more Medical supplies donated by overseas Chinese arrive in Rio de Janeiro