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The N95 mask is a respiratory protection mask designed to achieve a very good fit to the face, meaning that these masks can block at least 95% of very small particles of about 0.3 microns. If you wear these masks correctly, the filtering capacity can exceed the mask.
These N-95 respirators are the best choice if you work in painting or handling hazardous chemicals, or if you work in sanding, carpentry, etc. These masks can be passed through a cartridge, filter or canister to help remove contaminants from the air.
As the name implies, these masks are capable of blocking at least 95% of very small test particles of about 0.3 microns.
The main features of the N95 respirator mask are.
Provides the best filtering results and a very good fit.
It's one of the most effective masks out there.
Filters 95% of particulate matter
Has a good fit and creates a seal around the face.
If you are someone who suffers from any chronic respiratory, heart or other condition, then you should check with your healthcare provider before using it as it may make breathing more difficult for the wearer. Some models of respirators have an expiratory valve that makes breathing easier. These respirators are labeled as single-use, disposable devices. If the respirator is damaged, be sure to dispose of it properly.
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It is a foregone conclusion as to whether the surgical mask/N95 is effective in preventing the transmission of Covid-19.
Those on the opposite side have been citing various old studies to support their position on this issue. Most of these studies are related to past influenza epidemics or bacterial infections and may not be directly extrapolated to the current SARS-CoV-2 virus. Even a direct study in the April 06, 2020 Annals of Internal Medicine relied on just four patients to report the effect of the mask on the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
Here, without delving into the intricacies of how to properly interpret the findings, I can only say that one must look at the multiple factors and limitations of any research paper before drawing conclusions. This certainly applies to the debate over whether to use N95/surgical masks/cotton masks in the Covid-19 pandemic.
All I need to do is draw your attention to one fact without getting you confused by the opposing, ambiguous findings of the different authors. Then you can decide for yourself whether you want to wear a mask or not.
No politician or WHO official in any country has said that masks are useful or useless in preventing Covid-19 transmission. All they ever said was this: "There is no need for the public or ordinary people to wear masks. Leave the masks to the medical staff who really need them."
What does that mean? If surgical masks/N95 do nothing to prevent the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, then why do health care workers treating Covid-19 patients need to wear masks? A wise man would reply." Ah, the amount of virus that all health care workers are exposed to is much higher. Therefore, they need the protection of a surgical mask/N95. And the average person on the street, not so exposed. So, they don't need to wear masks."
In fact, the argument itself is a complete fallacy and paradox of failure.
Will you know if the person queuing in the shop or supermarket, or the lady getting into the lift with you, or the chap walking his dog past you in the park is a viral carrier? a physical distance of 1.5 metres is not always possible, or even realistic. What if you're standing in a 15-minute queue in front of a supermarket and you're standing downwind from a Covid-19 carrier, will the 1.5-meter rule help you? That's a mask/N95 or maybe even a cotton mask (I don't know how effective that one is) that prevents aerosol transmission in addition to preventing droplet infection by hand washing, etc.
Therefore, it is up to you to decide whether to risk an unknown SARS-CoV-2 carrier without wearing a surgical mask/N95. I suspect that the previous official (but now changed) claim that you were asked not to wear a mask was that they were worried about a lack of supply, not that they didn't know what the mask would do.
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