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Mouse Print* -- Gov't Video on Mask Decontamination Disclaims Its Own Advice
With the shortage of PPE (personal protective equipment) continuing in some areas, the federal government just came out with an instructional video for an at home method to decontaminate those expensive but effective N95 masks. The first few seconds of the video, however, are quite surprising to see from a government agency.
That is our Mouse Print* story this week.
Beware Dental Surcharges for Infection Control
The Maryland Attorney General is warning dentists and their patients about potentially illegal surcharges for "infection protection" or "dental PPE" being added to consumers' bills (and not covered by insurance). These charges are typically $10-$20 but sometimes much higher. If your dentist tries to assess this type of charge, consider filing a complaint with your state AG and/or dental licensing board.
The New Rules of Air Travel
If you dare to fly this summer, here is what to expect (part 1) from check-in, to masks, to temperature checks, to social distancing, etc. Part 2.
How Social Distancing Works in Restaurants
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