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Comcast NBCUniversal Wants to Help You 'Plan Your Vaccine,' Launches Nationwide Awareness Campaign and Website

Press Release

NEW YORK, February 12, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Today, Comcast NBCUniversal announced the launch of Plan Your Vaccine, a nationwide awareness campaign, website and interactive tool that will provide the latest news and information about when and where people can receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

Preparing to Fight a “Silent Killer”

Researchers are working to find a device-related therapy for high blood pressure.
Article

Medtronic researchers are working to fight a “silent killer.”

To call high blood pressure “insidious” only scratches at the surface of its deadly impact. It’s a factor in up to half a million deaths every year in the United States alone. It’s often referred to as the “silent killer” because millions of people don’t know they have it. And even those who do know are often unable to control it.

United Makes Hawaii Travel Easier With Expanded COVID Testing and Pre-clearance Program

Customers traveling to the islands can save time by showing proof of negative tests at United's hub airports and skip document screening process in Hawaii
Press Release

CHICAGO, February 10, 2021 /3BL Media/ -- Beginning February 1, United customers traveling to Hawaii who have a valid negative COVID-19 test can show their results before boarding to save time and skip document screening lines upon arrival. The new pre-clearance process will be in place for customers traveling on 110 of United's weekly flights to Hawaii.

United is also making it easier to get the right tests to avoid Hawaii's 10-day quarantine by making approved COVID-19 tests available to all customers traveling to the islands no matter where in the U.S. their travel begins.

Putting the Tech in MedTech

Molding innovative technologies into modern medical marvels
Article

Making the impossible possible

Rediscovering Resilience

The COVID-19 pandemic will end. Our support for healthcare systems and patients won’t.
Article

The case for hope

American Minute: Learn How At-home COVID-19 Testing Works

Multimedia with summary

Travel looks different these days, but it can be done safely. Face coverings are required, you may know more about cleaning protocols than before, plus proof of a negative COVID-19 test is necessary for travel to several destinations. But, with so many testing options out there, how do you choose?

The airline industry is complex, and American Minute makes it simpler to understand.

Innovation and Employee Wellbeing Ground Stanley Black & Decker's COVID-19 Efforts

By Lindsay Cates | Associate Manager, Communications and Strategy, US Chamber of Commerce
Blog

Stanley Black & Decker is in the business of creating products that people use every day to update their homes and fix their cars. Their infrastructure systems deliver the roads and bridges people drive on, and their security technologies protect the places where we live and work.  

Delos Collaborates with House X to Provide Advanced Air Purification at Zero Cost to Homebuyers

Homebuyers will receive a Delos powered by Healthway multi-room advanced air purification system for their new home upon move-in
Press Release

NEW YORK, February 4, 2021 /3BL Media/-- Delos, a wellness real estate and technology company, announced today its collaboration with House X, a consumer-focused Smart Home Marketplace, to provide advanced air purification at no additional cost to homebuyers. The collaboration is part of House X’s American Dream 2021 project designed to expand home ownership, which will launch in 21 pilot cities across the U.S.

United Teams up With Robots to Make Your Flying Experience Safer

Multimedia with summary

Robots that vacuum are cool, but robots that spray antimicrobial disinfectant are cooler. This one cleans our aircraft, sanitizing surfaces as it goes to keep you safer when you fly.

WSP USA Study: Street Closure Encourages Recreational Activity During Pandemic

Philadelphia repurposed a road exclusively for bicycles and pedestrians as a temporary shared use facility for outdoor exercise and alternative transportation.
Blog

At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Philadelphia officials closed 4.3 miles of a city street to vehicle traffic, reserving it exclusively for bicycles and pedestrians.

Repurposing Martin Luther King Jr. Drive – located along a narrow wooded stretch between the Schuylkill River and Schuylkill Expressway from Falls Bridge to Eakins Oval – opened the four-lane roadway for people who were eager to get outside and safely take a stroll or casual bike ride while maintaining adequate social distancing.

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