The COVID-19 virus can be transmitted by people who don’t show symptoms. That’s why protective face coverings should be worn in public to slow the spread of the virus, which is primarily transmitted through respiratory droplets. Here, we’ll delve into disposable respirators, surgical masks, and cloth coverings to find out how much protection they offer. N95 Respirators, Surgical Masks, and Cloth Masks: What’s the Difference? The N95 mask is the most commonly available respirator in the US. It can filter up to 95% of airborne particles while creating an airtight seal around the face. Compared to an N95 respirator...
With the coronavirus taking over the world, the interest in surgical masks and respirators increased significantly, since they are among the few methods of prevention and protection. While the types of masks look pretty similar, they are quite different and can sometimes make the difference between life and death.
The name COVID-19 comes from “CoronaVirus Disease 2019” and is a major disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus (most commonly referred to as the “coronavirus”). The pandemic has spread in all countries of the world and these are the symptoms.
The coronavirus is spreading very fast across the globe, and unfortunately, more and more people are dying from the COVID-19. The media coverage is huge, and most of the times you see people with masks on their faces. But are they really effective against the virus? Find out more in this article.
The new coronavirus is everywhere on the news and has definitely changed our lives through quarantine and restrictions all over the world. Schools have closed, so it’s quite obvious that children have heard about this virus as well, and they have all sorts of questions for their parents. Keep on reading to find out how to handle them.