Carriers have lacked ready access to sanitation and protective gear, and some were reportedly pressured to work despite showing symptoms of illness.
“I actually think I’m going to get the virus, it’s just a matter of time,” said one letter carrier.
Experts share tips for how to shop and make sure your food is safe to eat during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We are a community of huggers and hand shakers and we want to do our part," one distillery said of its sanitizing gels that it’s offering free of charge.
Christian Dior, Guerlain and Givenchy will pump out hydroalcoholic gel for French hospitals and health authorities.
“I saw a demand," said Matt Colvin, who admitted to buying up nearly 18,000 bottles of hand sanitizer at stores in Tennessee and Kentucky.
A social media post about his entrepreneurial bid during the coronavirus outbreak went viral.
Should we be taking off our rings and watches to wash our hands? Will sanitizer hurt jewelry? Can it spread the virus?
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"I cannot make anyone care about the health and well-being of my daughter, ... but I can emphasize that we are all better off when we do our best to keep everyone healthy."
Surgeons, doctors and nurses weigh in on their favorite moisturizers — because staying safe requires more than just washing.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has announced that prisoners will start to make hand sanitizer to offset the high prices of brands, including Purell.
State prisoners, paid an average of 65 cents an hour, will make the product to combat shortages due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The Texas-based distillery's social media team probably needs a few stiff shots right now.
The hand sanitizer company said it has begun updating information on its website in order to avoid legal action.
Here's when you should and shouldn't scrub down.
Kleenex tissues and hand sanitizer are basics, but the list of what they need goes on.
Don’t mess with these germs. Alcohol-based hand sanitizer just isn’t doing the trick to get rid of this potentially deadly bacteria.
The Natural Resources Defense Council called the FDA's investigation into the safety of hand sanitizer "long overdue."