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Oxford Union election results released

first_imgThe Oxford Union have announced the results of Michaelmas Term elections 2016. Michael Li, who ran unopposed, will become President in Trinity Term 2017, receiving 822 votes.The incoming President-Elect told Cherwell, “I’m very much looking forward to being part of one of the strongest and most diverse committees in my time at the Union. I would like to thank everybody for their encouragement and support during this election, and in particular those who took time out to come to the Union on Friday, whoever they chose to vote for”.The position of Librarian-Elect in Hilary 2017 will be filled by Henry Kitchen, who received 759 votes. Laali Vadlamani will become Treasurer-Elect next term, elected by 827 first preferences. Both ran unopposed and will fill their respective positions in Trinity 2017.Elected into the office of Secretary for Hilary 2017 is Gui Cavalcanti, with 800 votes.The five positions in Standing Committee, which all also ran unopposed will be filled next term by Jack Symonds (252 votes), Maan Al-Yasiri (225 votes), Melissa Hinkley (222 votes), Simon Jagoe (187 votes) and Ed Evans (163 votes).The eleven members elected Secretaries Committee for Hilary 2017 are as follows:Andrew Ng (155)Stephen Horvath (116)Myah Popat (83)Sabriyah Saeed (73)Vivien Hasan (70)Jan Bialas (69)Redha Rubaie (68)Minal Haq (67)Flora Spielman (62)Kareem Belo-Osagie (61)Kir Mary West-Hunter (53)Flora Spielman, elected to Secretaries Committee told Cherwell, “my step count says I walked further on Friday than any other day for years, so at least I got some exercise in. Sorry and thank you to everyone I hacked.”Zach Klamann, Magdalen second year commented, “there was nothing democratic about this result. So many positions running unopposed is hardly an election.”last_img read more

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These Cleaners Kill Coronavirus: Lysol, Clorox, Purell Products Make EPA’s Disinfectants List

first_imgEPA List Of Registered DisinfectantsHere are some of the registered disinfectants on the EPA’s list. Find the full list here.Clorox Disinfecting WipesClorox Commercial SolutionsClorox Disinfecting SprayClorox Multi-Surface Cleaner + BleachKlercide 70/30Lonza FormulationLysol Clean & Fresh Multi-Surface CleanerLysol Disinfectant Max Cover MistLysol Heavy-Duty Cleaner Disinfectant ConcentrateOxycide Daily Disinfectant CleanerPeak Disinfectant WipesPeroxide Multi Surface Cleaner and DisinfectantPeroxide Disinfectant and Glass CleanerPurell Professional Surface Disinfectant WipesSani-Prime Germicidal Disposable WipeSani-Prime Germicidal SprayThe American Chemistry Council’s Center for Biocide Chemistries posted a list of disinfectants referred to as “fighting products” at Americanchemistry.com, which the website said were pre-approved by the EPA and “for use against emerging enveloped viral pathogens and can be used during the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.” The website said it was providing the information as a “public service,” but notes the list is “not exhaustive” but can be used to “identify products suitable for use against COVID-19.” Find the list here. These Cleaners Kill Coronavirus: Lysol, Clorox, Purell Products Make EPA’s Disinfectants ListBY KELLY TYKO | USA TODAY The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that for “disinfection, diluted household bleach solutions, alcohol solutions with at least 70% alcohol, and most common EPA-registered household disinfectants should be effective.”The CDC also mentioned another list with EPA-approved “emerging viral pathogens claims” from the American Chemistry Council Center for Biocide Chemistries. Many of the same products from the EPA list also are on the list.The EPA says consumers should follow the directions and pay “close attention to the contact time for the product on the treated surface.”The nagency notes there may be additional disinfectants that meet the criteria that could be added to the list.Video: Coronavirus in Oklahoma: How can you stop the spread? What if you are exposed? FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharecenter_img The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has released a list of disinfectants to protect against the spread of the coronavirus.According to the EPA, products on the list have “qualified for use against COVID-19” through the agency’s Emerging Viral Pathogen program where manufacturers provide the EPA with data that “shows their products are effective against harder-to-kill viruses.”Coronaviruses are what are called enveloped viruses, “meaning they are one of the easiest types of viruses to kill with the appropriate disinfectant product,” the EPA says.“Using the correct disinfectant is an important part of preventing and reducing the spread of illnesses along with other critical aspects such as hand washing,” EPA administrator Andrew Wheeler said in a news release. “EPA is providing this important information in a public and transparent manner on disinfectant products to help reduce the spread of COVID-19.” Cosa Oxonia ActiveMicroban 24 Hour Multi-Purpose CleanerMicroban 24 Hour Bathroom CleanerLemon DisinfectantCosa Oxonia ActiveClear Gear Sports SprayFoster First DefenseSani-Spritz SprayDon-O-MiteOne-Step Disinfectant CleanerX-Ray Apron Cleaner DisinfectantAll Purpose VirexSaniZide Pro 1 SprayMaxim GSC Germicidal Spray CleanerBright Solutions Lemon Zip DisinfectantSimple Green Clean FinishTB Quat DisinfectantBioesque Solutions Botanical Disinfectant SolutionREScue Ready to Use One Step Disinfectant Cleaner & DeodorizerZep Spirit IIZep Antibacterial Disinfectant & CleanerZep Quick Clean DisinfectantStepan Spray Disinfectant ConcentrateBuckeye Sanicare Lemon Quat3M Quat Disinfectant Cleaner ConcentrateSymplicity Sanibet Multi-Range SanitizerPine QuatQuaternary Disinfectant CleanerTruShot Disinfectant Cleaner for HospitalsTruShot Disinfectant Cleaner Restroom Cleaner & DisinfectantFormula 17750 WintermintFormula 17822 Deo-Clean MultiNeutra-Tec 64FOOTNOTE: Follow USA TODAY reporter Kelly Tyko on Twitter: @KellyTykolast_img read more

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