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In South Africa, investigators found in September that 60 percent of “medical grade” face masks provided by companies hired for the task were substandard.
WHO GOES FROM PRESIDENT TO PRISONER?DANIEL MALLOYMARCH 2, 2021OZY
He concluded that lab conditions for making the kits were substandard and that contamination was the most likely cause of the many N3 false positives, federal officials told The Post.
Prison populations are sicker, on average, than the general population and health care behind bars is notoriously substandard.
It has startled Heiden how many received substandard representation.
MAINE HIRES LAWYERS WITH CRIMINAL RECORDS TO DEFEND ITS POOREST RESIDENTSBY SAMANTHA HOGAN, THE MAINE MONITOR, WITH DATA ANALYSIS BY AGNEL PHILIPOCTOBER 6, 2020PROPUBLICA
Sinovac was not directly tied to any of China’s substandard vaccines, but the company has been prone to missteps.
Get rid of the substandard wiring, the ancient, lead-leaching plumbing, the cracked tile and water-warped crumbling plaster.
Substandard wages provide only a substandard market for the goods and services produced by American industry and agriculture.
This is shocking evidence that large sections of the population are at substandard levels of health.
Americans do not regard jobs that pay substandard wages as productive jobs.

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