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BOIL WATER ADVISORY LIFTED EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY - VILLAGE OF FORT ANN WATER SYSTEM USERS - MESSAGE UPDATED: 07/27/2022, 5:20 PM
Tomlinson Public Service District has LIFTED the boil water advisory for the Arroyo Village Road, Lipizzan Lane, Bay Drive, Trotter Road, and Racetrack Road areas.
New Martinsville Water Department has LIFTED the boil water advisory for the AAA Trailer Court area.
Claywood Park Public Service District has LIFTED the boil water advisory for the Walker Road, Mt Carmel Road, and Freeport Ridge Road areas.
Oceana Municipal Water has LIFTED the boil water advisory for Route 85 and Kopperston area.
The City of Flatwoods boil water advisory that was issued on Wednesday, 8/3/2022 for: From 207 at Greenbo Blvd and Bellefonte Rd to EC Dr including all side roads and subdivisions including Greenhills and Caroline Estates, has been lifted.
The boil water advisory that was issued Saturday for Christian County Water District customers along a section of Princeton Rd, and the other included side roads, has been lifted.
The boil water notice was rescinded and water is now safe for consumption. Affected area: River Landing, River’s Edge and Summer Stone.
Recent Interesting Reports
4 days ago
Vi-Jon, LLC is revising a previously reported list of all flavors of Magnesium Citrate Saline Laxative Oral Solution within expiry that were voluntarily recalled to the consumer level to include product that was distributed in the United States, Canada and Panama. This includes all lots of Cherry... Flavor and Grape Flavor of Magnesium Citrate Saline Laxative Oral Solution, 10 FL OZ (296 mL) within expiry. To date, Vi-Jon, LLC is aware of 3 (three) reports of serious adverse reactions potentially related to this recall. Vi-Jon, LLC is in the process of investigating these reports.
On July 14, 2022, Vi-Jon, LLC recalled all lots of Magnesium Citrate Saline Laxative Oral Solution Lemon Flavor, 10 FL OZ (296 mL) within expiry. The recall was initiated after Vi-Jon, LLCs third party microbial testing identified the presence of Gluconacetobacter liquefaciens.
Risk Statement: Immunocompromised patients, who consume this product, may be at increased risk for invasive infections caused by Gluconacetobacter liquefaciens that could lead to serious, life-threatening adverse health consequences. The product is used for relief of occasional constipation (irregularity) and generally produces bowel movement in ½ to 6 hours. The product is packaged in a 10 oz clear round plastic bottle. In addition to the lemon flavor, the recall includes the Cherry flavor and Grape flavor.
On August 3, 2022, the Recall product list has been updated to include the products noted below.
CANADA Equate Canada 300 mL Lemon Magnesium Citrate
NPN # NPN 80015316
UPC # 079068004923
CANADA Life 300 mL Lemon Magnesium Citrat
NPN # NPN 80015316
UPC # 057800856412
CANADA Life 300 mL Cherry Magnesium Citrate
NPN # NPN 80015316
UPC # 057800856405
CANADA Personnelle 300 mL Lemon Citrate
NPN # NPN 80015316
UPC # 055989029306
PANAMA CRUZ BLANC 10OZ LEMON MAG CIT
NPN # N/A
UPC # 308697403082
The product was distributed in the United States, Canada and Panama to wholesale and retail outlets. Vi-Jon, LLC is continuing their investigation into the cause of the problem.
Vi-Jon, LLC is notifying its customers by phone and email and is arranging for return or destruction of all recalled product. Consumers that have this recalled product should stop using and return any remaining product to the place of purchase.
This recall is being conducted with the knowledge of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
In case you experienced harm from these products, it is important to report it. It can help to detect & resolve issues and prevent others from being harmed, and it enables better surveillance.
Company name: Vi-Jon, LLC
Brand name: Multiple brand names
Product recalled: Magnesium Citrate Saline Laxative Oral Solution
Reason of the recall: Microbial contamination with Gluconacetobacter liquefaciens
FDA Recall date: August 04, 2022
Niagara Region Public Health's beach monitoring program operates annually from Victoria Day to Labour Day. The goal of is to reduce the risk of illness and injury associated with attending the beach. As of August 04, 2022, the Niagara Region Public Health has flagged 4 beaches as... unsafe for swimming.
These beaches are:
- Bernard Avenue Beach in Fort Erie is unsafe to swim in due to E. Coli.
- Waverly Beach in Fort Erie is unsafe to swim in due to algae.
- Centennial Cedar Bay Beach in Port Colborne is unsafe to swim in due to algae.
- Nelles Beach in Grimsby is unsafe to swim in due to safety issues.
I ordered 2 Stihl battery operated chainsaws on 7/15/22 order #22071603394 What I received today was 2-10packs of F*CKING tooth brushes from China!!!!!! I called my credit card company and told them about YOUR HUGE SCREW UP and they are looking into IT!! You can refund my... $65.12 to my credit card IMMEDIATELY! My package came from 1555 N Chrisman Rd Tracy, CA WHICH is your address.
I saw the ad for the Stihl saws on Facebook. There were multiple offers for the SAME saw and I chose the deal from (95bb04) .
Pfizer Propofol Injection Emulsion, USP - recalled due to Potential presence of visible particulate, USA
3 weeks ago
Hospira, Inc., a Pfizer company, is voluntarily recalling one lot of Propofol Injectable Emulsion, USP (containing benzyl alcohol), 100 mL Single Patient Use Glass Fliptop Vial; lot DX9067, to the user level due to a visible particulate observed in a single vial during annual examination of retain... samples. The product lot was distributed nationwide to wholesalers/ hospitals/Department of Defense in the United States from June 10, 2020 through June 26, 2020.
The recalled product is:
- Propofol Injectable Emulsion, USP 100 mL Single Patient Use Glass Fliptop Vial, NDC: Vial: 0409-4699-54 Carton: 0409-4699-24, Lot Number: DX9067, Expiration Date Presentation: 01 MAY 2023, Configuration/Count: 1 g/100 mL, Single Patient Use Glass Fliptop Vial Case of 10 Units.
Risk Statement: Patients receiving the impacted product are at risk of experiencing life-threatening adverse clinical effects including but not limited to: blockage of blood vessels, including decreased blood flow to the brain, heart attack, pulmonary embolus, and tissue necrosis. Hypersensitivity reactions and transmission of infectious disease can also occur.
To date, Hospira, Inc. has not received reports of any adverse events associated with this issue for this lot. Propofol is an intravenous general anesthetic and sedation drug for use in the induction and maintenance of anesthesia or sedation. Propofol Injectable Emulsion, USP is a terminally sterilized (TS) product. It is a sterile, nonpyrogenic emulsion containing 10 mg/mL of propofol suitable for intravenous administration supplied in a single patient use fliptop vial.
Wholesalers or hospitals with an existing inventory of the lot, which is being recalled, should stop use and distribution and quarantine immediately. If you have further distributed the recalled product, to the wholesale or hospital level/institution, please notify any accounts or additional locations which may have received the recalled product from you. Hospitals/Institutions should inform Healthcare Professionals in your organization of this recall.
Company name: Hospira Inc, A Pfizer Company
Brand name: Hospira
Product recalled: Propofol Injection Emulsion, USP
Reason of the recall: Potential presence of visible particulate
FDA Recall date: July 13, 2022
Alberta Health Services (AHS) is investigating an outbreak of Salmonella infections across the province linked to reptiles and feeder rodents. As of July 22, 2022 , a total of 12 cases have been identified in 4 of 5 AHS Zones (North, Edmonton, Central, and Calgary). Investigation findings... have identified exposure to both snakes and feeder rodents (used as reptile food) as a likely source of the outbreak. Investigation into the facilities carrying feeder rodents is still ongoing.
Even if snakes and rodents appear to be healthy, clean and show no signs of illness, they can still carry Salmonella bacteria. Having indirect contact by touching their environments can put you at risk for developing a Salmonella infection.
To prevent direct or indirect spread of Salmonella to yourself or others, AHS advises following these simple steps to help reduce your risk of becoming ill from contact with reptiles (including snakes), rodents and their environments:
- Always wash your hands immediately after touching a reptile or rodent, and anything they eat, or after being in the area where they live, play or touch.
- Regularly clean with soapy water followed by a household disinfectant any surfaces or objects your reptile or rodent touches.
- Never kiss a pet rodent or reptile.
- Reptiles or rodents in homes, daycare centres, schools or other facilities with children aged 5 years and under is not recommended.
- Always supervise children when they touch or play with reptiles or rodents. Do not let them put reptiles and rodents or their supplies near their face or share their food or drinks with pets. Make sure they thoroughly wash their hands after touching reptiles or rodents.
- Do not clean or bathe reptiles and rodents in the kitchen sink or in bathroom sinks or bathtubs.
- Keep reptiles and rodents and all their food, containers and toys away from the kitchen and other places where food is made or eaten.
- Do not keep frozen feeder rodents in the same fridge or freezer as human food. Freezing rodents does not kill Salmonella.
- Always defrost and prepare frozen feeder rodents outside the kitchen, using dedicated utensils and containers.
- Be aware of the specific needs of your reptile. Stress for a reptile can increase shedding of Salmonella.
- Always keep reptiles and live rodents in habitats specifically designed for them.
- If you choose to have a reptile or rodent in your home, talk to your health care provider or veterinarian about the right reptile or rodent for your family, especially if your family includes children, pregnant women, immunocompromised individuals, or adults 65 years of age and over.
In case you are experiencing Salmonella symptoms such as diarrhea, abdominal cramps, and fever, it is important to report it. It can help to detect & resolve outbreaks early and prevent others from being harmed, and it enables better surveillance. If symptoms persist, seek medical care.
This is completely unsafe. How the hell would they get my address with my son's girlfriend's name on it? This is absolutely ridiculous and I'm willing to take this to court
1 day ago
The CFIA announced the recall of raw frozen Primal Patties for Dogs Beef Formula because it may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes, posing a risk of cross-contamination and illness after handling the pet food. This product was sold in British Columbia. As of August 2, 2022, the... company has not received any reports of incidents or illness in Canada.
The recalled product is:
- Primal Patties – Beef Formula, 6 lb, Case UPC: 854495006173, Unit UPC: 850334004164, Lot code number: W10068709, Best by date: 05/22/23.
The lot code number and best by date can be found on the back of the product packaging above the Primal Pet Foods Inc. red oval logo. Only lot code number W10068709 is included is this recall.
Animals that become infected with Listeria monocytogenes could display symptoms similar to humans. Listeria monocytogenes can affect animals eating the product, and there is risk to humans from handling the products, especially if they have not thoroughly washed their hands after having contact with the products or any surfaces exposed to the products.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled product and dispose of the product.
In case you are experiencing Listeria monocytogenes symptoms such as high fever, severe headache, stiffness, nausea, abdominal pain, and diarrhea, it is important to report it. It can help to detect & resolve outbreaks early and prevent others from being harmed, and it enables better surveillance. If symptoms persist, seek medical care. If symptoms persist, seek medical care.
So last week I burned my hand severely and told the manager when I seen her a few days after and she basically went about saying there’s nothing she or the other manager could do about it. Working as a cook at a local wingstop the other... night burning my hand in the process I asked around and everybody said there’s no treatment or anything so I just tried to finish out the shift over the next couple days I notice the discolorations on my skin stemming from the burn so I brought it up to my general manager and she said it was no documentation to sign or anything I found that to be very odd