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About Me: After careful consideration of the most recent scientific proof from the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE), they are advising people to put on a face covering in enclosed spaces where social distancing isn't necessarily possible or in which you come into contact with people you don't normally meet to help reduce the spread of coronavirus.
Protective masks versus respirator masks
What is a protective mask?

- Masks are loose fitting, covering the nose and mouth

- Designed for one time protection, to capture bodily fluid exiting the wearer

- Example -- worn through surgery to stop coughing, sneezing, etc the vulnerable individual
What's a Respirator Mask?

- Respirators are tight fitting masks, designed to create a decorative seal

- Non-valved respirators provide good two-way security, by filtering both inflow and outflow of air

- All these are designed to protect the wearer (when worn properly)up to the safety rating of the mask

- Accessible as disposable, half face or full face

- Not to use by the general public

Surgical masks have greater demands, and respirators have the greatest requirements. Respirators also generally fit tighter round the facial skin (data reveals they score higher on athletic efficacy ) than surgical masks and single-use face masks.
Disposable Mask

A disposable mask is a loose-fitting, apparatus that produces a physical barrier between the nose and mouth of the wearer and potential contaminants from the immediate atmosphere. Masks are produced in different thicknesses and with differing skills to protect you from contact with liquids. These properties may also affect how readily you may breathe through the face mask and how well the mask protects you.

While a disposable mask might be effective in blocking splashes and large-particle droplets, a facial mask, by design, does not block or filter very small particles in the atmosphere which may be transmitted by coughs, sneezes, or specific medical procedures.

Disposable masks are not intended to be utilized more than once. If your mask is damaged or soiled, or when passing through the mask gets hard, you should remove the face mask, then discard it securely, and replace it with a new one. To safely discard your mask, then put it into a plastic bag and set it in your household garbage bin. Wash your hands after handling the mask.

FFP2 masks are worn to protect the lungs from anything hazardous in the atmosphere. This could be from particles and dust, to aerosols and smoke. There are several online shop to masques ffp2.

The FFP2 mask provides more protection than the FFP1. It is the EU equivalent of the US N95 standard and advocated by the World Health Organisation (WHO) through the outbreaks or SARS, coronavirus and avian influenza. It offers protection from deleterious substances in the atmosphere such as lead dust, in addition to aerosols and smoke. It's, therefore, a popular mask in metal and mining industries, agriculture, and also is the go-to mask for health care professionals to protect against flu.

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