Reusable Face Masks

When infection rates are high, it’s recommended that you should wear a face-covering when out in public to help protect you and those around you from the coronavirus.read moreSee less

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If you know you are going to be in an enclosed space, such as a shop or train, the government has advised that you wear a face mask.

 

This is because you will be in contact with people who are not in your household, in an environment where social distancing isn’t possible and face masks are useful to help prevent the spread of the virus from person to person.

 

Similarly, advice published by the World Health Organisation (WHO) states that anyone who is coughing or sneezing or looking after a person with COVID-19, should wear a face mask.

 

It is said that sharing is caring, but no one will thank you for sharing a potentially deadly disease.

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Washable or reusable face coverings are effective, with researchers reporting that they block between 62% and 87% of particles.

 

However, surgical masks are a better option if you’re looking for the ultimate protection, blocking a higher average of 78%.

It’s most likely not your mask that’s the problem, but the way you wear it.

 

Check that your mask is fitted tightly to your face and further up your nose - this will ensure that your breath isn’t escaping to fog up the lenses.

 

If it’s too loose, tighten the ear loops or try sticking some surgical tape on the bridge of your nose to secure the mask.

FFP2, N95, and KN95 face masks are all essentially the same, with each filtering out 95% of particles when you use them.

 

FFP2, N95, and KN95 are the codes used for manufacturing standards in different parts of the world, with FFP2 being used in the EU and UK, N95 being used in America, and KN95 being used in China.

 

These safety standards are the closest possible equivalents to each other when compared, so all of these masks essentially offer the same benefits.