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A STATISTICAL GLIMPSE OF SMALL BUSINESS PREPAREDNESS CHALLENGES

TOTAL NUMBER OF BUSINESSES IN THE U.S.: 30,437,428 (TOTAL)

NUMBER OF SINGLE-PERSON BUSINESSES IN THE U.S.: 19,850,941 (65.2%)

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This is a very basic discussion of some real world U.S. statistics that may imply that the majority of private sector small businesses have time or money constraints that adversely impact preparedness. All statistics used below come from U.S. Government agencies such as weather subject... more »

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Alternative N95 Mask

URGENT regarding possible substitution for the N95 mask

I recommend performing a test on the efficacy of using a disposable diaper (toddler size) in lieu of an N95 mask for all health care workers and first responders. I performed a fit test, and I was able to create a sufficient seal using just a diaper (and the included velcro straps). Note: disposable diapers are made of non-woven synthetic material just like N95... more »

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COVID-19 Treatments, Prevention, and Quarantine

I am not an expert in medical field but thought of sharing my ideas anyway based on some common knowledge and experience.

We should look into to using natural and known remedies as this COVID-19 virus is a part of the nature where we all live in. Some recent tests have discovered that this virus doesn't survive in hot conditions or hot temperatures. The solution is to build hot chambers like sauna rooms for the patients... more »

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Emergency Preparation Kit

First - Thank You for laying out such a GREAT Plan for building an Emergency Preparedness kit.

Situation: Adding a weeks worth of Medication to the kit. If a persons pulls a weeks worth of med's from their bottles, this could lead them to come up short, and need to refill before the actual refill date. The pharmacy's may not go along with this need.

Solution: At Least once a year - Having some sort of authorization... more »

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