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How To Choose A Right Mask (Part 2)

How To Choose A Right Mask (Part 2)

MedCare Direct's mask is produced to meet FDA Standard for Health & Safety by advanced technology. From selected materials: ear-loop, filtration, melt-blown, and nose adjustable metal band. A face mask authorized under this FDA must comply with the Conditions of Authorization.   General Requirements for a medical mask: - No irritation and low ear pressure - Hygiene and non woven - Ear-loop must be clearly attached to every corners to ensure an effective face covering - With 3 & 4 layers items, water-resistant filtration is required -Metal nose-band must be adjustable to fit nose's shape.   Next week, we'll discuss...

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How To Choose A Right Mask (Part 1)

How To Choose A Right Mask (Part 1)

At this point in the coronavirus pandemic, it’s clear that infected people can spread the virus before they start to show any symptoms. Because of this, the Center for Diasease Control and Prevention  an increasing number of state health departments have recommended that most people wear face coverings or non-medical masks while out in public. (Certain groups, such as children younger than 2, are excluded from the advice.) There are 3 key point to remember when picking a mask: Layer Up: Multiple layers of fabric are better than only one. More layers means less chance that viral particles will be able...

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Pick The Right Partner in The Long Run!

Pick The Right Partner in The Long Run!

Finding the right wholesale distributor can help boost your product business in a big way! Distributors can get your products on the shelves of retailers as well as provide you with many other exciting opportunities and leads.

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Face Shield Or Face Mask?

Face Shield Or Face Mask?

Face shield is primarily used for eye protection for the person wearing it. At this time, it is not known what level of protection a face shield provides to people nearby from the spray of respiratory droplets from the wearer. There is currently not enough evidence to support the effectiveness of face shields for source control. Therefore, CDC does not currently recommend use of face shields as a substitute for masks.   Face Masks are recommended as a simple barrier to help prevent respiratory droplets from traveling into the air and onto other people when the person wearing the mask coughs, sneezes, talks,...

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