EAST LONGMEADOW, Mass., Aug. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Absorbine Pet Care is making pet hygiene routines for the new normal easy with new Absorbine Pet Care SaniPet sanitizing spray, which is clinically proven to kill 99.9% of germs carried on paws, skin and coats. Given the renewed focus on effective cleaning practices, SaniPet enhances household efforts by including canine companions, who may unwittingly transfer pathogens gleaned from various contacts throughout a day, from other dogs to dog walkers, groomers, trainers and veterinarians. An application of the new patent-pending, alcohol-free sanitizer spray kills most germs, and its aloe-containing formulation is gentle for frequent use.” data-reactid=”12″EAST LONGMEADOW, Mass., Aug. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Absorbine Pet Care is making pet hygiene routines for the new normal easy with new Absorbine Pet Care SaniPet sanitizing spray, which is clinically proven to kill 99.9% of germs carried on paws, skin and coats.
SAN ANTONIO – U.S. Rep. Joaquin Castro toured the San Antonio General Mail Facility on Wednesday after hearing concerns that local residents are receiving medicines, bills and other mail late.
Castro, a Democrat who represents Texas’ Congressional District 20, based in San Antonio, said the concerns are a product of recent cost-cutting measures newly appointed Postmaster General Louis DeJoy ordered following years of financial losses at the agency. Those included removing at least four letter-sorting machines from facilities in the Alamo City, which were capable of processing 35,000 pieces of flat mail an hour.
However, following backlash by the public and lawsuits over concerns of delayed mail, including potentially mail-in ballots, DeJoy is halting some of the operational changes to mail delivery until after the November election.
Castro said he was told by postal officials at the facility that despite the removal of six mail sorting machines, more than the
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — Most people receiving unemployment benefits in Kentucky and Indiana will get an additional $300 or $400 per week for at least three weeks under President Trump’s Aug. 8 executive order redirecting FEMA disaster relief money to jobless aid.
The governors of each state announced their intention to apply for the extra jobless aid on Wednesday, saying it will take at least two weeks to get payments to Kentuckians and Hoosiers.
Kentucky will become the first state to provide the full $400 per week under the Trump program by choosing to use some of its federal CARES Act coronavirus relief money to add $100 to the $300 benefit provided by FEMA, Gov. Andy Beshear said.
“I believe that extra $100 is critically important,” Beshear said. “… We know how this money moves through the economy. We know how important it is to these families.”
Like 10 other