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These masks are made of cloth – 2-ply, has two layers of cotton cloth; 3-ply has three layers of cotton cloth. Both of them may be used for general protection, to block air-borne droplets of virus and bacteria from others in close proximity. Reusable, easy-to-breathe through, recommended hand-wash and hang-dry. Essential items when stepping outdoors.

The new WHO guidance recommends that the general public wear cloth masks made from at least three layers of fabric “on public transport, in shops, or in other confined or crowded environments.”

These are single-use, assures one-time, secure, easy-to-access, ready-to-use protection against air-borne droplets of virus and bacteria. Recommended for longer-duration exposure.

These masks also known as SMS come with three layers- spun bond, melt blown and spun bond , most useful within hospitals and clinics or for long-duration close-proximity exposure. Single-use only.

Both N95 and KN95, also know as respirators,are designed to provide a better seal around the face, especially to filter smaller particles; it blocks 95% of 0.3 micron-sized test particles. Single-use only, recommended for doctors, medical personnel and other front-line workers. Both KN95 AND N95 are equivalent or nearly equivalent on the features that most people care about.

The presence of an exhalation valve reduces exhalation resistance, which makes it easier to breathe (exhale). Some users feel that a respirator with an exhalation valve keeps the face cooler and reduces moisture build up inside the facepiece. Recent reports have also highlighted how respirators with valves can be harmful not only for users but others around them, especially in these times.

The most essential and primary requirement for safety against Covid-19, is a 20-second hand-wash regime;

CDC recommends consumers use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol, especially if soap and water is not immediately possible.

Very handy and ready-to-use aid to disinfect all items including hands. Recommended for outdoor use.

Very handy carry-ons for instant disinfecting of items that need to be handled.

Essential add-on protection, over the face mask, when expecting long-time, and close-proximity exposure. Perfect for the person on the move, while travelling, or during multiple face-to-face meetings. Ideal for security guards, delivery boys and logistic staff as they interact with many people on a daily basis and are potentially vulnerable.

The term latex gloves refers to exam gloves manufactured out of natural latex. Natural latex is a type of plant-based rubber that is extremely soft and flexible. Latex gloves are disposable, ready-to-use rubber gloves, often lightly powdered in starch to make them easier to handle and put on. Sometimes the rubber in the gloves and the powders used on the gloves can cause allergies and physical irritation.

Latex gloves can be further sanitised with hand sanitiser and disinfectants. They need to be disposed off after use.

When you are outdoors and likely to be handling stuff that could possibly be contaminated, or has been frequently handled by others.

These disposable gloves are made from a compound called nitrile, they are waterproof, greaseproof, oil proof and most importantly, chemical resistant to a range of common chemicals and substances. Nitrile gloves however are not as soft as latex gloves, and are not known for being easy to wear. Nitrile gloves are not packed in powder and are easy to handle directly on removal from the box. Nitrile gloves are considered to be the ideal choice in emergency situations when the allergy status of a patient or user is not known. The incidence of nitrile rubber allergy is extremely low.

Nitrile has a higher puncture resistance than any other glove material. Nitrile also has a better chemical resistance than latex gloves.

Nitrile gloves are becoming a standard medical supply for hospitals and emergency personnel. But they are also being used by police officers, security guards, housekeepers, factory workers and veterinarians.

An oximeter is an electronic device that clips onto a patient’s finger to measure heart rate and oxygen saturation in his or her red blood cells—the device is useful in assessing patients with lung disease.

It’s important to know that a level between 95% and 97% is considered normal by the American Lung Association; anything below that would be a reason to call a doctor, and anything under 90% would be a reason to go to the emergency room.