EBOLA HAZMAT SUITS – China Factory Races to Produce Ebola Protective Suits

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EBOLA HAZMAT SUITS – China Factory Races to Produce Ebola Protective Suits

Hazmat suit maker Lakeland Industries is raising money to ramp up production to meet demand from the Ebola outbreak.

Lakeland priced the new shares it is selling at $10 apiece, but has been trading at more than $13.

Lakeland is based in Ronkonkoma, New York, not far from New York City, where there have been several Ebola-related scares. There is also a medical worker currently quarantined nearby in New Jersey. The current outbreak has killed more than 4,900 people in West Africa.

“We hope our added capacity will help alleviate that problem,” Christopher J. Ryan, the president and chief executive of Lakeland, said in a statement last month. “With the U.S. State Department alone putting out a bid for 160,000 suits, we encourage all protective apparel companies to increase their manufacturing capacity for sealed seam garments so that our industry can do its part in addressing this threat to global health.” Hazmat suits are a hot item at Sacramento Halloween stores this year, as well as across the country.

The reason, some say, is the outbreak of the Ebola virus in West Africa. The virus, which causes fever, hallucination and internal and external bleeding, is transmitted through contact with the bodily fluid of the infected person. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend that all persons caring for Ebola patients wear full personal protective equipment – gloves, gowns, masks, goggles and face protectors, if not full hazardous materials suits.

Costume versions of those items are currently sold out at Party City, Halloween City and some Spirit Halloween locations in Sacramento. At Evangeline’s in Old Sacramento, they’ve had to reorder the hazmat suit costume several times because it kept selling out, said manager Nikki Trent.

A Hazmat suit, short for hazardous material suit, is a whole body garment designed to protect the wearer against dangerous materials or substances, such as chemicals or biological agents.

A hazmat suit is a form of personal protective equipment (PPE), which is often used by medics and doctors treating patients alongside other PPE such as goggles, gloves and gowns.

Health facilities, organisations and agencies have different protocols and procedures for using PPE and hazmat suits and for operating in contaminated areas. These also vary depending on the hospital, clinic and location. Online costume retailer BrandsonSale disagrees. The company sells an “Ebola containment suit” costume for $80, promising it will be the most “viral” item of the year. “I think it’s a ‘Breaking Bad’ thing,” he said. “We were selling them before Ebola was really coming down.”

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Tests performed prior to the latest Ebola outbreak in 2010 showed the Zaire strain lived in samples in low temperatures on glass for nearly two months.

The results were published in a paper by Sophie Smither and her colleagues at the laboratory. Titled “The survival of filoviruses in liquids, on solid substrates and in a dynamic aerosol,” the study details the results of tests on two filovirus strains, the Lake Victoria marburgvirus and Zaire ebolavirus. This week, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) admitted that Ebola can travel through the air in aerosols, but claims that it can never go more than 3 feet.

Hickox was released from Ebola quarantine in Newark, N.J., Monday afternoon after the White House pressured New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie to release the nurse that was working in Sierra Leone with Doctors Without Borders. Hickox’s case for release was also bolstered by New York civil rights attorney Norman Siegel, who took on Hickox’s case. dupont


Hachi de Fibonacci says:

until 2013 there was one child policy in china. this means wile arabs stopped killing children short after 600ad. it took the chinese around 1413 years to change. it shows the quality of people. ironic as china go on about the quality of people promoting for urban and city areas to have kids. on one hand they are of not so great quality on the other they seek the quality of people. ironic really. trading with china promotes the practise. still they torture animals and much more.

horsefaceemily says:

Wot will America pay them In rice paper ?.

Elite NWO Agenda says:

Lets hope quality control is up to standards

Michael Brock says:

We dont even know when this was taken and for all we know they could be sewing friggin rainsuits.. Open your eyes

Mark Walther says:

Oh, come on guys……it can keep out ebola virus……"sometimes"~~~~~

trancepotion says:

china never race… they simply get educated for level Asian in all they do and they beat the shit in global market of all others…

jamespaul02 says:

This upload will get a lot of comments. Life is just too funny!!!!!

777newworldlove says:

Dodgy, i wouldn't trust my life with anything made in frigging China!!

lea smith says:

I wonder who owns the factory?

Glyn says:

If they are made in China aren't they already Toxic?

Cory A. Starchuk says:

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l harrison says:

It's nice to see the Chinese have jobs,the US should be making their own suits,and i hope their inspecting the Hazmat suits.

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