The advent of the global pandemic has ushered in a new way of living – social distancing and heightened hygiene concerns have become the norm of the day.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has suggested that even healthy individuals to wear masks while out in public surroundings where it is difficult to maintain social distancing. As per the experts, masks help keep people with COVID-19 from unknowingly passing the virus.
Companies manufacturing medical masks are using material made of polypropylene, which is formed into a mesh of fine filaments using Spunbonded technology, as it is efficient in filtering minute particles, making it favorable to produce the N95 respiration masks. Its respirator is also suited for loose-fitting medical masks, which help from spreading the virus and protecting from liquid sprays.
The N95 mask efficiently prevents virus-related spread. The masks, when appropriately fitted, sealed closely to the face clean out 95% of particles 0.3 microns or larger. However, N95 masks are in severe shortage for medical experts, who are wide-open to the extreme levels of SARS-CoV-2 and are most in need of the strongest shield against the virus.
Furthermore, China’s requirement for the raw materials handed-down to produce the masks is ensuing in a jackpot for companies in India, which have been shipping their high-grade produces to the country, concealing the amount sold in the neighborhood. For Instance, in Gujarat, the company Sidwin Fabric is arranging to ship tons of spunbond non-woven fabric to China, thereby taking advantage of the mainland’s enormous facial mask-making roar during the coronavirus pandemic.
Nevertheless, with social distancing to stay for a while, it is recommended to wear a mask all the time. Sick or not. Healthy or not.