Thesaurus / protective


Storing your maskAfter removing your mask, proper storage is the final step for preserving your personal protective equipment until it’s time to put it on again.
Teachers in New York City threatened to strike before reaching an agreement with the school system in the fall over testing and personal protective equipment, a battle that forced the mayor to repeatedly delay the start of school.
Standing next to Cecil with all that protective gear on, we also understand what those doctors and nurses do every day.
His condition worsened and his daughter came from Colorado with personal protective equipment to visit him at a hospital.
After all, back in the fall teachers said they’d only need proper protective equipment and testing procedures in place.
Her workers have delivered tons of personal protective equipment, as well as temperature-scanning units.
Lighty says Amazon has invested more than $961 million into personal protective equipment and safety measures in 2020 to prevent more cases.
As coronavirus cases rose last spring and the federal government’s supply of protective gear ran perilously low, an Arlington Air Force veteran said his business could help.
The steps listed on the district’s online dashboard include stockpiling three months of personal protective equipment and cleaning supplies, training staffers on new protocols and coming to an agreement with the teachers union about other practices.
She can shoot energy balls out of her hands and create protective barriers around herself and others and hover in the air.


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