MANILA, PHILIPPINES – Late last month, the Philippine government imposed a 2-week lockdown within NCR plus (Metro Manila, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna and Rizal) to limit the growing number of Covid-19 case and the surge of the
more contagious variant in the country. Recently, the government announced that the Covid-19 cases had exceeded the one million-mark, and one of the preventive measures that can help slow down the spread of the virus is to wear a face mask.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), they recommend medical masks for health care workers as well as for anyone who has or may have Covid-19, and people with major health problems.
Coppermask is considered as a non-medical grade face mask, and it is safe and recommended for everyday use. With its new and improved enclosed filter, the mask provides a shield that keeps respiratory droplets from spreading. With the new No Hole Coppermask, the fear of getting the virus is greatly decreased because it has enclosed filters that screens the air being inhaled for any particles and pathogens that may cause sickness.
In an interview, the Deparment of Health (DoH) recommends a mask that covers your face from the bridge of your nose to under the chin, and that is why Coppermask offers new and improved No Hole-filters that can prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Aside from the enclosed filter, Coppermask is made from infused copper strands, and is effective in protecting the user from getting any virus. It increases the user’s protection from catching the virus from the primary (droplets) spread.
Today, a face mask is part of the new norm, and Coppermask has made it easy to use and comfortable to wear.
It is both reusable and sustainable, since you can wash it and reuse the enclosed filter up to 3 times.
Plus, you can express yourself and be fashionably stylish with the variety of colors to choose from, while providing daily protection from the virus when going outside.
Always practice safe social distancing, frequent washing of hands and to always wear your Coppermask to prevent the spread of Covid-19.