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N95 Face Masks Are The Gold Standard In Coronavirus Protection

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, P2 or N95 masks have been held up as the best protection against contaminants in the air, but their effectiveness can be severely reduced because one size does not fit all.
A national survey of doctors has revealed fit testing of masks is not happening across many Australian health workplaces.

Emergency department locum Dr Mian Bi surveyed more than 1,000 doctors working across Australia and New Zealand in hospitals, GP clinics and aged care and found only one in five were getting their masks properly fit-tested before they used it.

“When you are at the coalface, you want the best protection and know that you are safe,” he said.

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What Kind of FaceMask Will Protect You From Coronavirus

Wearing a mask used to be something Australians saw on television or holidays abroad, but now it could save your life or someone else’s.

So, it’s important to get it right and it turns out some of the advice we’ve been given could give us a dangerously false sense of security, especially if you don’t know you’re sick.

So, the question here is which mask will best protect you and which will protect the community from unknowing carriers of COVID-19?

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Coronavirus Update: Which Type Of Face Mask Is Most Effective Against COVID-19?

Face masks are recommended as a simple barrier to help prevent respiratory droplets from travelling into the air and onto other people when the person wearing the mask coughs, sneezes, talks, or raises their voice. This is called source control.

So, which mask will best protect you and which will protect the community from unknowing carriers of COVID-19?

Face masks are no replacement for physical distancing and good hand hygiene. You should limit your travel and, where possible, avoid any large gatherings.


Trump urges people to wear face masks

After many months of mixed messages around masks, President Trump has urged people to wear face masks.

After months of refusing to wear a mask in public, Trump finally did so on 11 July and has since claimed it is patriotic. “We’re asking everybody that when you are not able to socially distance, wear a mask,” he said. “Get a mask, whether you like the mask or not, they have an impact. They’ll have an effect, and we need everything we can get.”

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Facemasks May Be Law In UK Stores Until A Coronavirus Vaccine Is Found

The secretary for Health in the UK, Matt Hancock, has indicated the law, making face masks mandatory in UK stores may stay in force until a vaccine is found for novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

“I expect that this law will be in place for the foreseeable future,” the health secretary said on Wednesday morning.

Asked by BBC Radio 4′s Today programme if that meant it could remain until next summer, Hancock said: “Well let’s see how well we do on getting a vaccine.”

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Trump Wears A Face Mask In Public For The First Time

Wearing masks in public is obligatory in many parts of the world during any health crisis, let alone a pandemic, however, is resistance around in other places.

Despite the clear scientific and medical evidence around the benefits, some political leaders insist it should be a personal choice.

President Trump on Saturday wore a dark mask affixed with the presidential seal in public for the first time, after repeated urging from aides that it was a necessary message to send to Americans resistant to covering their faces.