The experts indicated when to stop wearing the reusable face shield and how to determine the degree of wear. This was reported by RIA Novosti with reference to the Huffington Post. Masks are optional, gloves are useless. The epidemiologist opposed the WHO The authors of the material note that tissue reusable personal protective equipment is an equivalent replacement for medical masks, since they do not harm the environment and are cheaper for buyers. However, according to the newspaper, after 30 washes, masks wear out and no longer effectively protect against viruses. Worn rubber bands and gaps also affect the quality of protection. According to experts, weak attachments increase the risk of infection. In addition, doctors recommend that you stop using a cloth mask if there are unwashable stains on it. Also, the authors of the material reminded of the need to study the instructions for the protective equipment, since not all masks can be cleaned using a washing machine. Some need to be cleaned by hand using special products.
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