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As countries across Europe start to ease lockdown measures, many are starting to recommend citizens start to wear face masks when they are outside of the home or returning to their working environments. The best way to prevent contracting a virus is to avoid being exposed, especially in public areas or where space is too limited to rigidly adhere to social distancing rules.

Exposures to virus can be reduced through the use of face masks and other PPE. N95, KN95 and basic 3ply masks could be an effective method of protection for COVID 19 (Coronavirus). ID&C offers a range of certified face masks - see further product information below and please contact us if you have any queries or questions.

Face Mask FAQs

Hygiene face masks are recommended where you need to protect your respiratory system.
The WHO guidance recommends that masks be used during outbreaks of infections such as SARS, Avian Flu and Coronavirus.

Do Face Masks stop Coronavirus?
Face Masks are effective at stopping droplets of moisture passing through their filters. If someone sneezes who has a viral infection, wearing a face mask should provide some protection against contracting the virus. There is no guarantee that you won't get sick, but wearing a face mask will provide better protection against viruses and COVID-19 than not wearing one. 

Where can I buy Face Masks for Covid-19 in the UK?
You can buy KN95 masks, 3-Ply face masks and Custom Washable Masks from ID&C.
Please check our product pages for nearest dispatch date - we also offer next day delivery if required.

What are the other protective measures beyond face masks?
Face masks are obviously not be the only method of avoiding COVID-19. The list below details actions you should consider in addition to wearing a face mask when outside your home:
- Avoid crowded areas and stay away from anyone showing symptoms of a virus such as coughing or sneezing.
- Wash your hands regularly for at least 20 seconds and use anti bacterial gel.
- Cover your mouth with your elbow or a tissue when coughing or sneezing.
- Do not touch your mouth or nose wIth your hands.
 

How do I put on or take off a face mask?
Before putting on a mask, clean hands with alcohol-based hand rub or soap and water.
Cover mouth and nose with mask and make sure there are no gaps between your face and the mask.
Avoid touching the mask while using it; if you need to, clean your hands with alcohol-based hand rub or soap and water.
Replace the mask with a new one as soon as it is damp and do not re-use single-use masks.
To remove the mask: remove it from behind (do not touch the front of the mask); discard immediately in a closed bin; clean hands with alcohol-based hand rub or soap and water.

How your mask could protect others

A recent study published in Nature from the University of Hong Kong and the University of Maryland asked 111 people, infected with various viral illnesses (influenza, rhinovirus, and a more-mild coronavirus), to exhale into a giant funnel. Without the masks, the infected people exhaled contagious droplets and aerosols, tiny particles that linger in the air, about 30 percent of the time they were tested. When the infected patients wore a mask, it blocked nearly 100 percent of viral droplets

Read the Study on Nature.com
How to put a mask on and take one-off
How to put a mask on and take one-off

Always wash your hands first. Don’t touch the fabric part of the mask — that’s essentially the germ filter, and you don’t want to spread whatever germs it has trapped. Use the ear loops or ties to secure your mask and to remove it. The coverage area should go from near the bridge of your nose to down under your chin and stretch about halfway or more toward your ears. Pull the ties and loops so that it fits as snugly as possible against your face. If your mask has pleats, the folded side should be down.

DON’T: Wear the mask below your nose.
DON’T: Wear the mask below your nose.
When you aren’t covering your nose and mouth, you aren’t covering your nose and mouth, which is the whole point of wearing a mask. A mask is supposed to keep you from breathing out viruses into the air.
DON’T: Leave your chin exposed.
DON’T: Leave your chin exposed.
Your mask won’t really fit snugly on your face when your mask is above your chin. It can easily ride up higher when you are speaking, breathing, or even humming Jolene in the car ride home, which ain’t good.
DON’T: Wear your mask so it covers just the tip of your nose.
DON’T: Wear your mask so it covers just the tip of your nose.
It can easily fall down when you are speaking, breathing. Slippage thats no good. Your need to keep your nose and mouth covered.
DON’T: Push your mask under your chin to rest on your neck.
DON’T: Push your mask under your chin to rest on your neck.
A mask is supposed to keep you from breathing out viruses into the air you probably breath out of your nose. It’s not protecting anything, except maybe people from seeing your neck or your goatee.
DO:
DO:
Wear your mask so it comes all the way up, close to the bridge of your nose, and all the way down under your chin. Do your best to tighten the loops or ties so it’s snug around your face, without gaps.

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