Wearing face masks is one of the key criteria for minimizing coronavirus infection. Yet many masks are either uncomfortable for the wearer or, when comfortable, ineffective. New masks from AirPop solve this.
Face masks can provide an effective barrier, should someone be infected with the novel coronavirus, against passing on the infection. This is by allowing the mask wearer to breathe, whilst filtering out most particles. The main source of transmission of COVID-19 is through droplets the human body produces when we cough, sneeze, or simply talk. The ability of the mask to filter out particles varies between masks, and this is based on the efficiency rating of the mask. Most viral particles are connected with the larger particles associated with salivary and nasal excretions. Masks also need to be comfortable for the wearer, and to fit snugly around the face. Masks that are ill fitting, especially […]
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