Cindy Parker of Safety Ex Eyewear has found an answer for those trying to make glasses and masks work together for a fogless workday, and a sales lift for her small business that had to shut down for four weeks this spring due to COVID-19.
Those with big travel plans in 2020 had their trips upended by the coronavirus pandemic, leaving many would-be travelers to wonder if they’ll be able to recover any costs from the travel insurance they purchased.
Bank of America Fall for Greenville, the City of Greenville’s popular downtown street festival, has been canceled for 2020. The City of Mauldin also has cancelled its popular Beachin’ Fridays summer concert series.
Greenville’ Synergy Mill recently partnered with 3DforCOVID to deliver 5,000 face shields to frontline healthcare workers along the East Coast.
European vacations, Caribbean cruises and spring break getaways all came to a screeching halt amid the coronavirus pandemic. Now, cabin fever has many of us dreaming about destinations near and far, but when will we be able to travel?
The Better Business Bureau®of Upstate South Carolina and the Federal Trade Commission are holding free webinars for businesses and consumers on avoiding coronavirus scams.
Living through the coronavirus pandemic makes us fearful. Thankfully, there are many easy actions we can take to minimize the effects of fear in our lives.
The elderly and those with cardiovascular disease, diabetes, chronic respiratory illness, high blood pressure and cancer are at higher risk of getting sicker from COVID-19. But what about the 54 million Americans with arthritis or those with another autoimmune illness that compromise the body’s immune system?