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ActivePure Technology is proven to neutralize pathogens, including the virus that causes COVID-19, on surfaces and in the air. Our Medical Guardian is cleared by the FDA as a Class II Medical Device; and now we are making this same technology available to every business, hospital, public space, school, and home in America.

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CC-Teknologies, Inc is a commercial systems integrator located in Avon, MA. A Trusted Partner of thousands customers. Servicing QSR’s, Schools, Auto Dealers, Police Departments, Retail, Manufacturing, Warehouses and many others. CC-Teknologies provides full support including installation, programming, and maintenance. Our Services include a Managed Services program to provide 24/7 support to our installed base of customers throughout the NorthEast and across the country.

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    U.S Secretary of Education Quickly Makes Available an Additional $54 Billion in COVID Relief Aid for K-12 Students, Schools & Teachers

    With the new round of funding from the 2021 COVID Relief CARES Act, CC-Teknologies is ready to help schools re-open safely with air purification solutions.

    Committed to Helping Schools Reopen Safely

    CC-Teknologies continued commitment to helping schools reopen safely has driven our partnership with hundreds of schools and institutions nationwide to deliver air purification solutions. With the new round of funding from the 2021 COVID Relief CARES Act, CC-Tek is ready to help with comprehensive air solutions that provide real-time air and surface virus protection.

    2021 CARES Act Information

    U.S Secretary of Education announced today that more than $54 billion in emergency relief funding is now available to support fully reopening K-12 schools. This funding allocated by the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2021 (CARES Act) was signed into law on Dec. 27, 2020.

    The funding allocations are part of the $81.9 billion Congress allocated to the Education Stabilization Fund in the latest COVID relief package. It follows the $30 billion allocated by the CARES Act, and likewise will be distributed to K-12 schools and higher education institutions. The Department continues to make funds available as quickly as possible, at the direction of the Secretary.

    “Every student deserves access to a full-time education and the opportunity to safely learn in-person if they choose. Sadly, all too many schools are still refusing to serve their students, while more than $9 billion in emergency CARES Act funds — money that’s been available since April — hasn’t been drawn down,” said Secretary Betsy DeVos.” This new relief funding, must be used to deliver a quality, full-time education to every student. Public schools can and must continue instruction and safely reopen.”

    Air Purifier Solutions for Safe Operation

    With a wide range of versatile and technology packed products, ActivePure® air purifiers offer the perfect solution to help schools reopen safely. Featuring ActivePure® Technology our industry-leading systems are rigorously tested in FDA-Compliant labs and proven to inactivate over 99.9% of airborne SARS-CoV-2 in 3 minutes and eliminate the virus on surfaces in just 7 hours! Get your custom air assessment today by calling our knowledgeable team of specialists at (508)444-8810 or email us at [email protected].

    COVID-19 Relief Fund Resources

    Parents can track how their state and local education agencies are using this funding through the Education Stabilization Fund (ESF) Portal, a searchable tool that displays how states and districts are spending their ESF dollars. The Department continues to update www.ed.gov/coronavirus with information for students, parents, educators, and local and state leaders about how to prevent the spread of COVID-19. For additional resources from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention about COVID-19, please visit www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html.