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Disposable Face Covering

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  • Breathable
  • Covers the nose and mouth
  • Fits government requirement
  • Easy to fit
  • Comfortable

These face coverings shield the nose and mouth, and meet the requirement from the government that states that people must wear a face covering in circumstances where they're unable to socially distance.

As of Monday 15 June, face coverings will become mandatory on public transport,” Shapps told the daily press conference. “That doesn’t mean surgical masks, which we must keep for clinical settings, it means the kind of face-covering you can easily make at home."

They are disposable, comfortable, breathable and easy to fit, with loops that go around your ears. Colours may vary.

Returns or refunds will only be accepted on sealed/unopened products, due to health and safety reasons.

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    Receive your order in 24 hours

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    Dispensed by registered UK pharmacists

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    These face coverings shield the nose and mouth, and meet the requirement from the government that states that people must wear a face covering in circumstances where they're unable to socially distance.

    As of Monday 15 June, face coverings will become mandatory on public transport,” Shapps told the daily press conference. “That doesn’t mean surgical masks, which we must keep for clinical settings, it means the kind of face-covering you can easily make at home.

    What are the benefits of these face coverings?

    Not only do these face coverings help to provide protection for your respiratory system but they are also porous and breathable, making them comfortable to wear even for long periods of time. The fabric is soft and doesn’t irritate the skin.

    What do the face coverings look like?

    They are white in colour and the face covering is fitted with ear loops to attach it to your face. They are designed to cover your nose and mouth.

    How do I use the face covering?

    First things first, wash your hands with soap and water or use a hand sanitiser gel to ensure your hands are clean before touching the face mask. You should inspect it before wearing it to ensure it’s not damaged or broken, but always pick it up by the fastenings, rather than the fabric itself.

    Once you’re satisfied that the face covering is not damaged, you should work out which way up it goes. Since these are moulded to the shape of your face, this should be clear. The filter piece should sit with it protruding outwards.

    Bring the mask up to your face and hang the ear loops over your ears. Make sure it is fitting comfortably and covering your nose and mouth (adjust if necessary). Wash your hands again to complete the fitting of the face covering.

    What other masks are available?

    As well as these washable filtered face coverings, we also offer respirator masks and surgical masks at UK Meds.

    Surgical masks work by creating a barrier between the respiratory system (nose and mouth) of the wearer, and the immediate environment. This includes any other person in that environment, that may need protecting. An example would be a surgeon wearing a medical mask while performing surgery, to prevent any droplets from their nose and mouth from reaching the patient.

    Respirator masks on the other hand, filter particles of dust out of the air. If the mask is a FFP2/N95, it means that it can filter over 95% of dust particles out of the air.

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