Hygiene face masks are recommended for use in any situation where protection of the respiratory system is required.
The WHO guidance recommends FFP2 or FFP3 masks during outbreaks of infections such as SARS, Avian Flu and Coronavirus.
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- Assigned protection factor of 20
- Offers more protection than FFP1 and FFP2
- Covers the nose and mouth
- Fits government requirement
- Fitted with a valve
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- Kills 99.8% of bacteria
- Available in 50ml and 100ml
- Aids in eliminating 99.9% of bacteria
- All you need to do is spray onto the surface and use a clean cloth to wipe
- A perfect surface spray to eliminate bacteria
- Protects the face
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- Contact and non-contact options
- Advanced temperature range
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- Recommended for good hygiene
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- 4 x FFP2 folded unvalved face masks
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- 1 x alcohol-based 50ml hand sanitiser
- 1 x pack of 50 surgical masks
- 2 x 500ml hand sanitiser
- 2 x FFP2 face masks
Do Face Masks work against the Coronavirus?
FFP2 and FFP3 Masks are effective at preventing droplets of moisture from passing through their filters. If someone sneezes who has a Coronavirus infection, wearing a FFP2 or FFP3 mask should provide some protection against being infected. While it isn't a guarantee that you won't get sick, wearing a face mask provides better protection against COVID-19 than not wearing one.
Wearing a medical mask is one of the prevention measures to limit spread of certain respiratory diseases, including 2019-nCoV, in affected areas. However, the use of a mask alone is insufficient to provide the adequate level of protection and other equally relevant measures should be adopted. If masks are to be used, this measure must be combined with hand hygiene and other IPC measures to prevent the human-tohuman transmission of 2019-nCov.
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Where can you buy FFP3 masks in the UK? Get them here at UK Meds. FFP3 surgical masks are available here for sale. If you would like to know where to buy health face masks, get them from UK Meds. We have overnight shipping most nights of the week.
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How to Wear a Face Mask
- Medical masks should be worn by health workers and those caring for someone with Covid-19 symptoms and persons age 60 and over. They should be used by anyone with pre-existing medical conditions as they are at greater risk of developing serious illness.
- People who have symptoms suggestive of Covid-19, before touching the mask, clean your hands with alcohol-based hand rub or soap and water. Inspect the mask for tears or holes. Do not use a mask that has previously been worn or is damaged.
- Verify which side is the top. This is usually where the metal strip is. Identify the inside of the mask which is usually the white side. Place the mask on your face covering your nose mouth and chin, making sure there are no gaps between your face and the mask.
- Pinch the metal strip so that it molds to the shape of your nose. Remember, do not touch the front of the mask while using it to avoid contamination. If you accidentally touch it, clean your hands.
- Before touching the mask, once again, ensure that you clean your hands with alcohol-based hand rub or soap and water.
- Remove the straps from behind the head or ears without touching the front of the mask.
- As you remove the mask, lean forward and pull the mask away from your face.
- Medical masks are for single use only. Discard the mask immediately, preferably into a closed bin.
- Clean your hands after touching the mask.
- Always be aware of the condition of the mask. Replace it if it gets soiled or damp.
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A mask alone cannot protect you from Covid-19. It must be combined with other measures, including:
- maintaining at least one meter distance from each other
- washing your hands frequently and avoid touching your eyes mouth and nose while wearing a mask
- stay safe and help prevent the spread of Covid-19
Surgical Face Masks for Sale
We sell surgical face masks here. This type of mask is a looser-fitting (and easier to breathe in) mask which is less expensive, as it is sold in packs of 50. This is an excellent option if you find it difficult to breathe in the higher filtration masks discussed below. This type of mask is sufficient to ride buses and meet the requirements of establishments which require a mask to enter their facility.
FFP2 (N95) Face Masks for Sale
You can find N95 (FFP3) masks for sale at this link. This type of mask is suitable in situations where you will come into contact with potentially infected individuals in indoor situations. This is the type of mask filters 95% of airborne particles the size of respiration droplets that carry the coronavirus.
FFP3 Face Masks for Sale
The highest level of filtration is provided by FFP3 (N99) masks. You can find these masks for sale here at UK Meds. Simply browse the masks we have featured above and look for the FFP3/N99 masks.
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Other Protective Measures Beyond Face Masks
Face masks should not be the only method of avoiding the Coronavirus. The following are some things you should consider in conjunction with wearing a FFP2 or FFP3 face mask:
- avoid crowds
- wash your hands thoroughly and use sanitiser gel
- maintain distance from anyone exhibiting symptoms such as coughing or sneezing
- cover your mouth with your inner elbow or tissue paper when coughing or sneezing
- refrain from touching your mouth or nose
How to Use a Face Mask
Proper use of face masks is critical for those who wish to avoid being sick. Almost counter-intuitively, wearing a face mask may actually cause an infection if not worn properly. This is because people who wear a face mask are more likely to continually touch their face. It is important that, if you are wearing a face mask, to avoid touching the mask after it has been put in place over your head.
Which is better, FFP2 or FFP3 masks?
use a particulate respirator at least as protective as a US National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)-certified N95, European Union (EU) standard FFP2, or equivalent, when performing aerosolgenerating procedures such as tracheal intubation, noninvasive ventilation, tracheotomy, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, manual ventilation before intubation, and bronchoscopy.
FFP3 filters are also recommended against Coronavirus.
The FFP3 face masks differ from the common surgical kind as they are both thicker and come with a filter. FFP3 masks are made of a synthetic fibre, which allows them to filter out finer particles. The valve on the front of the mask also releases air, preventing moisture build-up which causes other models to deteriorate.
You can buy FFP3 face masks from UK Meds.
Where to Buy Face Masks for Coronavirus in the UK
Here at UK Meds, you can buy FFP2 and FFP3 face masks. We have overnight shipping most nights of the week. As you are checking out with your face mask, you can see the date your mask should be delivered.
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