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Disposable Nitrile Gloves

  • Recommended for good hygiene
  • 100 gloves per box
  • Latex-free
  • Range of sizes
  • Sourced in the UK
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In times where exceptional hygiene is required (such as during outbreaks of SARS, Avian flu and Coronavirus), gloves can help the wearer to protect their hands from carrying germs.

100 gloves per box. No returns or refunds.

£9.49
inc. VAT
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    Receive your order in 24 hours

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  • Discreet Packaging

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  • UK Medication

    Dispensed by registered UK pharmacists

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    For people who are wanting to give themselves the best protection against bacteria and viruses on their hands, disposable gloves are the best choice. Our packages come in quantities of 100, from £9.49. They are recommended for people who wish to avoid general germs but in particular coronavirus.

    They are meant to be used one time and then thrown away. They are not intended for repeated use. They come in packs of 100, which allows you to economically dispose of gloves after each use and then use fresh medical gloves upon next use.

    Our disposable gloves are latex-free for people who are allergic to latex, but are just as effective as latex gloves. They protect against viruses such as coronavirus. If you are looking to buy disposable gloves, consider using our latex-free gloves as they are effective protection.

    Tips for Sanitising Your Home

    While disposable gloves are an important part of keeping your home safe, there are other important things you can do to limit the spread of coronavirus. Sanitising surfaces of your home will help you lower the chance that you or your loved ones will become infected. 

     

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    FFP3 or FFP2/N95 Face Masks

    Even though general mask wearing is no longer required except for certain locations, many people still take comform from wearing an FFP3 or FFP2/N95 Face Mask. These can prevent airborne particals from entering your mouth and nose. It is important to remember that, when you are wearing a face mask, to not touch your face (many people who are unfamiliar with proper face mask protocol actually touch their face more often, increasing the risk of spreading viruses).

    You can buy disposable gloves from UK Meds. Our medical gloves are recommended for protection against viruses and bacteria. At 100 per pack, they are an economical way to keep yourself safe during the Coronavirus outbreak.

    According to the NHS, gloves can be important in stopping the spread of the virus.

    The NHS says that items like face masks and disposable gloves play a “very important role” in a clinical setting but there is “little widespread evidence” that they are useful for members of the public.

    Other important methods to prevent the spread of Coronavirus is to use hand sanitiser to kill virus on your hands, as well as washing with soap and water.

    Gloves are intended to prevent the spread of bacteria and viruses. It is important, therefore, to remember to not touch your face while wearing latex gloves or medical gloves. Specifically, do not touch your eyes or nose, as these are prime methods for getting infected.

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