Universal masking should be part of everyday life. It is critical for protecting you, your family, colleagues and clients.

Airborne Virus

Universal Masking should be part of everyday life, critical to protect you and others from a voice cloud that can travel up to 12 feet. Hence the 6 feet social distancing ‘standard’ is in reality not good enough.

What Level of Mask to Use?

Who are we protecting?

Frontline workers have a higher need for protection than those who are in the back office. The goal is to not bring COVID-19 home to loved ones. Regardless of age, it can hit all who are immuno-compromised and have a lung condition.

What is the risk?

Clinical settings, eating places, closed public places with events and high public traffic areas have a higher risk of exposure, Those who have a pre-existing condition (especially diabetes, heart disease and hypertension) should avoid these areas.

Budget and Availability?

PPE is the new add-on cost for protecting you, your family, colleagues and clients. Don’t become a hotspot and become a local spreader. People will become sick, your business can be shut down, and revenue can be lost forever.

“Cloth masks while easier to access, should only be considered as a last resort to prevent droplet transmission from infected individuals, but it would be better than no protection”

Types of Surgical Masks

We recommend that a basic mask means you purchase a Level 1 masks for day to day use. It should be replaced daily if you are out in public interacting with people.

High Filtration Masks

For those who need a higher level of filtration, and protection, we suggest you consider a N95 equivalent which is more readily available and priced more reasonably. The N95 is being stockpiled by healthcare institutions now for Wave 2 and 3.

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