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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.

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