DE Healthcare Have Necessary Masks for New COVID-19 Regulations

SEPTEMBER PRESS RELEASE – DE Healthcare Have Necessary Masks for New COVID-19 Regulations

From 11.59 pm on Sunday 30 August 2020 all people in New Zealand must, unless they have an exemption, wear a mask or face covering on buses, trains, ferries and on all flights at Alert Level 2 and above. Wearing a mask or face covering can reduce the risk of people who have COVID-19 spreading the virus to others.

They may feel well or have no obvious symptoms, and a mask or face covering can help stop infectious droplets spreading when they speak, laugh, cough or sneeze. This is referred to as ‘source control’. See the World Health Organization’s Advice On The Use Of Masks In The Context Of COVID-19 for more information.

Masks and face coverings can be useful if there is known community transmission and people are near each other (less than 2 metres apart). For example, in shops or other confined or crowded environments. Place the face mask over your nose and mouth and secure with ties or loops. Make sure the mask fits snugly, moulded to your face and around your nose. Make sure the mask fully covers your nose, mouth and chin. Your mask should be comfortable, with no gaps around the mask and your face, and allow you to breathe easily.

DE Healthcare have all the infection control products that you could possibly need, and is your ‘one stop shop’ for affordable infection prevention products, including their 3-Ply Surgical Face Mask. The Softmed Surgical Face Masks are medical grade, single use, and disposable. They come in a pack of 50, feature earloops for slip-on convenience, and are three-ply. Certified ATSM Level 2, fluid resistant for moderate risk of fluid exposure.

Masks are hypoallergenic – easy on allergies.

Their Wrap Around Face Shield comes flat pack in two pieces, shield and the band.  Material: Rigid adjustable PVC band & optically clear screen. Made from FDA approved biodegradable clear plastic and manufactured in New Zealand.

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