Did President Trump’s personal valet tests positive for coronavirus?


One of the personal valets of President Trump, who is part of an elite military unit of the US Navy, has tested positive for the coronavirus. The test was conducted on Wednesday after he showed symptoms for coronavirus. President Trump is known to be upset after learning about this development. The rapid coronavirus test whichContinue reading “Did President Trump’s personal valet tests positive for coronavirus?”

How should the US prepare for the second wave of coronavirus infections?


As coronavirus struck the world, nobody had any clue about how to deal with this menace. However, when the information started pouring in, poor response and administrative delay made it hard to contain the spread of this deadly virus. As many countries have now faced this pandemic and are now aware of the numerous waysContinue reading “How should the US prepare for the second wave of coronavirus infections?”

Hazmat suicide at California hotel leaves staff sickened


Eight members of Hotel Fairmont’s staff have fallen sick after exposure to poisonous chemicals. According to the San Jose fire fighting teams, the woman, who committed suicide on the 19th floor, may have used the hazardous material. As part of the decontamination procedure, the HAZMAT teams of San Jose and Santa Clara County fire dept.Continue reading “Hazmat suicide at California hotel leaves staff sickened”

Pesticide Spraying Company’s License Suspended and Fined by Oregon OSHA and Deptt. of Agriculture for Procedural Violations


Two Oregon state agencies namely Oregon Occupational Safety and Health and the Oregon Department of Agriculture have found Applebee Aviation guilty of flouting established procedures for aerial pesticide spraying in Douglas County leading to suspension of license and fine slapping of $10000 . Authorities initiated investigations (against Applebee Aviation) upon receiving complaints from Darryl Ivy.Continue reading “Pesticide Spraying Company’s License Suspended and Fined by Oregon OSHA and Deptt. of Agriculture for Procedural Violations”