According to the CDC, proper disinfection and sanitization methods are necessary to help prevent the spread of infectious diseases. Germs can spread not only through human contact, but through contact with soiled sheets and blankets as well. Washing your sheets in hot water and drying on high temperatures may remove some of these germs, but to really eliminate bad odors and built-up bacteria, you’re going to want to bring in some reinforcement. … [Read more...] about Washing Your Hands Is Great, But Are You Sanitizing Your Sheets?
Change of name on passport after marriage
Doc Antle, former mentor to Joe Exotic, says his animals in Myrtle Beach are safe from the coronavirus, and they've been that way since long before a Bronx Zoo tiger tested positive ... and Carole Baskin's confident her Big Cat Rescue felines are fine too. … [Read more...] about ‘Tiger King’ Stars Explain How They’re Guarding Animals Against Coronavirus
Amid the Coronavirus pandemic Doordarshan decided to re-run iconic mythological shows, Ramayan and Mahabharat, which has kept the audiences glued to the television screens. The actors of the show are extremely happy about the decision of the rerun and a few of them had even expressed their views. It has to be recalled that recently, Mukesh Khanna, who played the role of Bhishma Pitamah in Mahabharat, took a dig at Sonakshi Sinha for the lack of knowledge about the mythology. Now, Nitish Bharadwaj, who is known for portraying the role of Krishna in Mahabharat, has reacted to Mukesh Khanna's statement. The actor has also asked people as to why they are trolling only Sonkashi Sinha. … [Read more...] about Mahabharat’s Nitish Asks ‘Why Target Sonakshi Sinha?’; Here’s What He Has To Say To Mukesh Khanna
Purcell says this week the team has been figuring out how to send-up the fact that a large part of America has spent the last two weeks on Zoom. “These shows are about reflecting what’s going on in the world and we’re leaning into how people are living right,” he says. “Creatively, we’re trying to go in different directions but emotionally, we’re also trying to figure out what we’re doing is right for right now. You want to be a place where people can enjoy, but it’s also a safe landing place for people.” … [Read more...] about As Late-Night Shows Zoom To Air, Producers Hope To Harness Quarantine Creativity Once Shutdown Ends
Japan’s limits on official action during a state of emergency stem from its experience with repression and disasters stemming from fascist governments before and during World War II. The public is doubly wary due to the push by Abe’s ultra-conservative ruling party and its supporters for a Constitutional amendment to include a state of emergency clause for disaster and wartime contingencies. … [Read more...] about Japan Declares State of Emergency, Ramping up Coronavirus Battle