An Israel-based mattress manufacturer called COVID-19 has received a fine of $30,000 from the Consumer Products Safety Commission for failing to provide the required home furnishments.
According to the complaint, COVID is a common respiratory virus that has killed more than 2,000 people worldwide.
The company’s website says it has over 2,400 mattresses in its inventory and that it has not been affected by the virus.
The complaint, filed by the consumer watchdog, lists more than 100 mattress brands, including a number that are owned by the same parent company.
The mattress company’s products have also been found to contain the bacteria, which can be transmitted through saliva, sweat, saliva-contaminated clothing, bedding and bedding accessories.
The lawsuit accuses the company of not having adequately tested and treated its mattresses and failing to notify consumers when its mattress beds were tested positive for COVID.
The suit alleges that the company also failed to adequately warn consumers about the potential for transmission from mattresses to a home or workplace.
“The Commission has the authority to impose a fine for noncompliance with the regulations regarding mattress safety,” said Daniel A. Klein, the commissioner of the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
“This is one of the most egregious cases of noncompliance.
The violation is a major failure on the part of the mattress manufacturer.”
The mattress manufacturer, Elit, is owned by Eliezer Siegel, a former head of the firm, and his wife, Sarah.
Elit also owns the furniture retailer, Saks Fifth Avenue, which is based in the U.S. Klein said that Elit is the only company to face the fine.
He declined to say how much the fine will be.
Elite, which was founded in 2013, was founded by Siegel and his daughter, Livia, and has offices in the United States and Canada.
Siegel said in a statement that he was “devastated” to learn that his company had been fined for not testing for COVS-19.
“We are committed to continuing to improve our product line and we have the utmost respect for the law and the safety standards of our customers,” the statement said.
Elita said in an email to The Associated Press that it will appeal the fine to the U,S.
Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, which it said it has appealed before.
The two companies did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
COVID, which the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has named as a leading cause of death worldwide, is caused by the coronavirus.
The bacteria, commonly referred to as coronaviruses, have infected about one in five people worldwide and killed about 12,000 in the past two weeks, according to the CDC.
The virus has been spreading through the air, eating into people’s homes and hospitals, leaving them with weakened immune systems, and causing severe illness.
The United States has seen a record number of deaths, including more than 300 this week, including at least four deaths in New York City, which has had more than 3,000 cases of coronaviral infections.
Elites bedding, however, has not yet shown signs of transmission.
The COVID Foundation said in November that its bedding was safe, with no cases of infection in the four-year history of its certification.
The foundation also said it had not seen any cases of the virus in bedding sold in the country, despite the presence of the bacteria in the products.