Isolation Gowns – Low cost wholesale US inventory helps reduce COVID-19 surges


Posted on Friday 26th June 2020
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COVID-19 is surging in many states. Having Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) in US warehouses is a huge advantage for volume buyers. PPE Source International has the experience and the focus to help end users, distributors, and resellers with low cost volume orders of Isolation Gown and Nitrile Glove inventory as well as IR forehead thermometersKN95 Medical Masks, and other PPE, including, civilian KN95 masks, and gel hand sanitizer in a range of sizes.

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Oklahoma's spike of COVID-19 cases continued Wednesday as the state reported a record increase of 482 new coronavirus cases within 24 hours.

In recent weeks, Oklahoma has experienced a surge of cases that health experts say is tied to the fact that more Oklahomans are leaving their homes as restrictions have been lifted. The number of hospitalizations of those confirmed or suspected of having COVID-19 grew to 277 on Wednesday. That number has grown by 80 over the past week.

The recent surge has led The Children's Hospital at OU Medicine in Oklahoma City to limit visitors to pediatric patients to no more than one per room.

"We regret having to once again restrict the number of visitors at The Children's Hospital and we understand how stressful this is for our patients and their loved ones," said Dr. Cameron Mantor, acting chief medical officer. "However, the current spike in COVID-19 cases in Oklahoma has required us to change our policies to prevent the spread of the virus and to protect our patients, staff and visitors.

Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt said he will be keeping a close eye watch on hospitalization numbers to determine if the city needs greater social restrictions.

Tulsa health officials said it's too soon to attribute any increase in infections there to President Donald Trump's campaign rally at the BOK Center on Saturday.

"We're really going to watch the next six weeks, because chances are there were people that were exposed over the weekend ... the incubation period is anywhere from two to 14 days," and the virus could be spread for weeks after that by those exposed during the rally, said Tulsa Health Department Director Bruce Dart.

Dart and Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum said new cases have been linked to other gatherings such as funerals, weddings and people going to bars.

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