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PAID ADVERTISEMENT N95 Masks are Finally Back in Stock, Blocks 95% of Potentially Harmful Particles Ever since the CDC recommended the N95 Mask, they’ve been virtually impossible to find. Now, they’re back in supply, and consumers are stocking up S adly the situation in our country seems to be getting worse, not better. As States have relaxed quarantine and stay-athome guidelines, cases have seemed to grow − exponentially. The new mandate, by several state officials, is that masks and/or face coverings must be warn at all times in public settings. Most businesses have complied, requiring customers to wear protection; restaurants, grocery stores, gas stations, coffee shops among the most common. Even public parks, like golf courses and beaches, are now requiring face coverings. Most Face Covering Fail to Protect Users Against the Particulates Carrying the Germs Although millions of Americans are now wearing masks, most are wearing less protective ones. Due to a shortage of N95 masks and other acceptable PPE, people have been using home-made and CDC unapproved masks that fail to deter against the particulates carrying the bacteria and airborne viruses. Here’s why: • Cloth masks are worn loosely around the face, leaving gaps for bacteria and viral particles to enter. • Regular 3 ply face masks are mostly for dust and not for particulates carrying the germs • Neck covering and bandanas fail to meet any CDC standard and are often used repeatedly without washing. They are also not approved for filtering the air you breathe. Thankfully, more CDC NIOSH approved N95 have become available but, with so much uncertainty, Americans have been quick to stock up, creating major shortages in the supply chain. As of today, N95 masks are available to readers through the company distributing the masks. *As of today, CDC NIOSH approved N95 masks are available at discount prices for Readers. Sup- plies very limited due to increasing demand. their protection. Key benefits according to the CDC: • The N95 respirators filter out at least 95% of very small (0.3 micron) particles. N95 are capable of filtering out all types of particulates, including bacteria and viruses. • When properly fitted and worn, minimal leakage occurs around edges of the respirator when the user inhales. This means almost all of the air is directed through the filter media. • Unlike the CDC NIOSH approved N95 Masks, regular facemasks are loose-fitting and provide only barrier protection against droplets, including large respiratory particles. • Unlike the CDC NIOSH approved N95 Masks, most N95 Masks Features include: • NIOSH approved • Meets CDC guidelines for Mycobacterium tuberculosis exposure control • 99% BFE (Bacterial Filtration Efficiency) according to ASTM F2101 • Fluid resistant according to ASTM F1862 • Respirator contains no components made from natural rubber latex • Collapse resistant cup shape design • Braided headbands, cushioning nose foam, and light weight construction for comfortable wear facemasks do not effectively filter small particles from the air and do not prevent leakage around the edge of the mask when the user inhales. Discounted N95 Mask Available to Readers While Supplies Lasts The company behind the masks are offering readers substantial discounts on N95 Masks while supplies last. The company has decided to ship masks directly to consumers to comply with social distancing guidelines and mitigate person-toperson contact. However, since their masks are warehoused in the US, shipping times can be expedited and often arrive within 3-5 days. To claim your discounted supply of N95 Masks, you can call their customer care department directly at 1-800-578-2087. Discounted pricing is only available for a limited time and while supplies last. It’s advised to call the company right away if you’re interested in learning more. Their customer care department is open Monday-Sunday, 24 hours a day. They can be reached at 1-800-578-2087. Depending on demand this may be the only time it’s offered in this region. SURGICAL & CLOTH MASKS VS N95 MASK N95 Masks Block 95% of particulates, Including Viruses and Bacteria. If you want the best protection possible for you and your family − and want to do your part in preventing another “lockdown” N95 masks are a fantastic choice. They are the gold standard when it comes to PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) available to the general public. They are the same masks used by doctors and medical workers in hospitals for SURGICAL MASKS: • Helps reduce risk of large particles. • Fits loosely, leaving gaps between the mask and your face • Poor filtration * Ask about a “Friends and Family Discount” for their lowest prices. N95 MASKS: • Helps reduce wearer to certain airborne particles, like viruses and bacteria • Filters out over 95% of small particles that could get you sick • Meets CDC/NIOSH guidelines found in Federal Register 42 CFR Part 84 and testing for 95% particulate filtration efficiency WARNING: These respirators help reduce exposures to certain airborne contaminants. Before use, the wearer must read and understand the User Instructions provided as a part of the product packaging. In the U.S., a written respiratory protection program must be implemented meeting all the requirements of OSHA 1910.134 including training, fit testing and medical evaluation. In Canada, CSA standards Z94.4 requirements must be met and/or requirements of the applicable jurisdiction, as appropriate. Misuse may result in sickness or death. For proper use, see package instructions.