As indicated by both human services maker 3M and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the KN95 mask is a “reasonable substitution” for the KN95 Masks for sale. Much like the N95, the KN95 can channel 95% of non-slick particles bigger than 0.3 microns, offering better assurance over the rectangular paper masks that appear than spring up at numerous dollar stores across the country.
KN95 for your corona safety
Stores like Home Depot and Lowe’s are selling out of N95 masks when they come in, with certain stores holding their stocks for neighborhood specialists on call and emergency clinics. Right off the bat, our neighborhood emergency clinic here purchased the whole supply of N95 masks from the Home Depot since they couldn’t get them through different channels.
As of late, we’ve seen a couple of dollar stores close by start to sell the rectangular paper masks. In any case, most are selling them for as much as a $1 per mask, and the assurance you get from them is sketchy.