Having sourced supplies of face masks for our customers travelling to TT2020 that has now been cancelled, we have stocks of KN95 respirator masks available for sale.
From 15th June, the UK government has made wearing of masks compulsory on all public transport. On 6th June, the World Health Organisation also changed its advice and now recommends "wearing masks in public where social distancing is not possible to help stop the spread of coronavirus". The global body said new information showed they could provide "a barrier for potentially infectious droplets". https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-52945210
These are FFP2-specification respirator masks specified to filter out at least 95% of particulates. Unlike surgical masks (the commonly used disposable ones) which are one-time-use only, FFP2 respirators fit better, filter finer particles and can be re-used a limited number of times after being removed, as long as they have not been used during aerosol-generating procedures and are not contaminated. Data suggests limiting to five uses per mask to ensure an adequate safety margin.
Until the end of May, the public were discouraged from buying FFP2 masks so as not to divert essential supplies from frontline health workers. Supplies are now more freely available from China where the vast majority of the World's surgical and respiratory mask supplies originate. They are supplied to us by a known and trusted distributor. A comprehensive technical information sheet on mask specifications is available on request.
Not recommended for use by a child or in a medical and surgical environment. Please note, due to the nature of this product it is not covered under the Duke 30-Day Refund Guarantee. A shipping fee applies.