How To Make Your Own Disinfectant To Kill Coronavirus

How To Make Your Own Disinfectant To Kill Coronavirus

These days, even clean freaks are getting a run for their money. In order to keep the coronavirus at bay, it’s important to disinfect your kitchen, bathrooms ― even the air ― sometimes multiple times per day. But with the recent panic-buying that’s wiped store shelves clean of commercial disinfectants, you might not have the usual products on hand. […]

How to make a CDC approved mask

How to make a CDC approved mask

The time has come to start covering your face. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention now recommends all citizens voluntarily wear a cloth face mask for essential trips out of the house to the grocery store, doctor, or other public places where the 6-foot social distancing rules may be difficult to maintain. In short, most […]

State tax deadlines have changed! When is yours?

State tax deadlines have changed! When is yours?

Earlier this month, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin announced on Twitter that the federal income tax filing deadline for 2020 would be pushed to July 15. That means you have an extra three months to prepare your return for tax year 2019. The goal is to provide taxpayers some relief in light of the financial turmoil many […]

When Is Coronavirus Covered by Workers’ Comp?

When Is Coronavirus Covered by Workers’ Comp?

How to Tell When You’ve Got a Claim on Your Hands As COVID-19 continues to spread, here’s how you can determine whether it’s an occupational disease. The chorus of Prince’s “Raspberry Beret,” Dolly Parton’s “Jolene,” Toto’s “Africa,” Lizzo’s “Truth Hurts” or Fleetwood Mac’s “Landslide” could all become common tunes around office bathrooms as employees become […]

It’s Time To Get Serious About Social Distancing

By now, you’ve heard the advice that to slow the spread of the coronavirus in the U.S., we need to practice social distancing. But if you’re confused as to what that looks like in practice, we’ve got some answers. On Monday, the White House announced new guidelines for the next two weeks, urging Americans to avoid gathering […]

Protecting Your Business: COVID-19/Corona

Protecting Your Business: COVID-19/Corona

General guidance for businesses on how to prepare for and respond to COVID-19 The following information is adapted from the CDC’s interim guidance for businesses and employers on how to prepare and respond to COVID-19. Designate an individual or team to monitor the CDC site at least daily and take advantage of public briefings by the CDC. […]

7 Food Safety Mistakes You Must Avoid Now

7 Food Safety Mistakes You Must Avoid Now

You know you shouldn’t chop your veggies on the same cutting board you used to slice raw chicken, and that using a meat thermometer is the only reliable way to tell that your meat is cooked properly. But here are seven food poisoning mistakes you may not realize you’re making. 1. Reusing the Same Shopping Bag Totes made out of […]

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