Daily Archives: April 28, 2020

Les systèmes UPS de Tripp Lite soutiennent le mode de transport du AIRVO™ 2 de Fisher & Paykel Healthcare

Les systèmes UPS de qualité médicale prennent en charge le traitement mobile et le transport des patients CHICAGO, 28 avril 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Tripp Lite, l’un des principaux fabricants mondiaux de solutions de protection électrique et de connectivité, propose des systèmes d’alimentation sans coupure (systèmes UPS) de qualité médicale qui répondent aux exigences détaillées de Fisher & […]

Tripp Lite UPS Systems Help Provide Transport Mode for Fisher & Paykel Healthcare’s AIRVO™ 2

Medical-Grade UPS Systems Support Mobile Therapy and Patient Transport CHICAGO, April 28, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Tripp Lite, a world-leading manufacturer of power protection and connectivity solutions, offers medical-grade uninterruptible power supplies (UPS systems) that meet Fisher & Paykel Healthcare’s comprehensive requirements to power the AIRVO 2, their humidified system to administer nasal high-flow oxygen therapy. Based on […]

Top US Health Official Discussed Fighting COVID-19 With Taiwanese Counterpart

WASHINGTON – The top health officials from the U.S. and Taiwan conducted a rare telephone conference on Monday to discuss working together to fight COVID-19 as well as expanding Taiwan’s participation in the World Health Organization. U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services, Alex Azar, thanked Taiwan for its efforts to share resources and knowledge

YouTube Expands Fact-Check Feature to US Video Searches During COVID-19 Pandemic

YouTube, the video service of Alphabet Inc’s Google, said on Tuesday it would start showing text and links from third-party fact checkers to U.S. viewers, part of efforts to curb misinformation on the site during the COVID-19 pandemic. The information panels, launched in Brazil and India last year, will highlight third-party, fact-checked articles above search

Tribes Urge Treasury to Quickly Disburse Coronavirus Relief Funding

FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA – Tribes urged the federal government to quickly disburse coronavirus relief funding after a judge handed them an early victory in a case centered on who is eligible for a share of the $8 billion allocated to tribes. U.S. District Judge Amit Mehta in Washington, D.C., ruled in favor of the tribes late

Militancy in Lake Chad and Mozambique, COVID-19 in Gaza and Syria: The Cheat Sheet

Our editors’ weekly take on humanitarian news, trends, and developments from around the globe. On our radar Lake Chad: Boko Haram still a threat Two deadly attacks this week by jihadist groups, in Chad and Nigeria, killed more than 140 soldiers, underlining the militants’ continued threat in the Lake Chad region, despite reports of factional