Personal Protective Face Masks
Argo Industries Int Ltd are the UK’s largest supplier of the FFP2 equivalent Nano Silver Washable Face Masks, a soft cotton face mask that filters 94% of airborne bacteria – the protecting mask you can comfotably wear all day.
For every order 25p will be donated.
During the current pandemic the World Health Organisation (WHO) have recommended the use of filtering facepieces protection level 2 (FFP2) to prevent the spread of Covid-19, and The Health and Safety Executive and European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) have conducted a rapid review of the guidance which concluded FFP2 masks offer protection against when assessing a suspected case or dealing with a confirmed case of Covid-19.
FFP2 Washable Mask (White)
The FFP2 washable (white) reusable 3-layer antibacterial mask is excellent value for money as it can be reused up to 30 times. There are 2 x antibacterial washable protective masks in one pack. They are super comfortable face fitting filtering protection masks that adapt easily to all face shapes and sizes.
Pack of 2
FFP2 Washable Mask (Black)
The FFP2 washable (black) reusable 3-layer antibacterial mask is excellent value for money as it can be reused up to 30 times. There are 2 x antibacterial washable protective masks in one pack. They are super comfortable face fitting filtering protection masks that adapt easily to all face shapes and sizes.
£9.99+VAT per mask
Pack of 2
FFP2 Disposable Mask
The mask is designed to provide a comfortable tight fit with nominal room for breathing. The mask is light weight due to the material which also greatly improves the air permeability and makes it more effective to wear and breath for longer periods of time.
£1.50+VAT per mask
Pack of 2
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Covid: Boris Johnson set to announce new England lockdown
Boris Johnson is expected to announce a set of new national restrictions for England, similar to the March lockdown, in a televised address at 20:00 GMT.
The PM is likely to urge the public to follow the new rules from midnight.
It is expected people will be told to work from home if possible and schools will close for most pupils.
Government considering compulsory face masks in secondary school classrooms, DfE official says
The Department for Education is considering plans to make face masks compulsory in the classroom for pupils in year 7 and above, as well as their teachers, a government official said during a briefing on Covid plans.
Such a move would mark a big shift for the government, with prime minister Boris Johnson previously stating “you can’t teach with face coverings and you can’t expect people to learn with face coverings”.
COVID-19: New mutation now in every part of UK - here's what we know
A new variant of COVID-19 - which is up to 70% more transmissible - has now been found in every part of the UK after a case was confirmed in Northern Ireland.
Genome analysis has been conducted on a small number of suspected cases, Northern Ireland's health department said, producing one positive result.
Covid-19: All pupils and staff must wear masks in secondary school corridors
Pupils and teachers in all of England's secondary schools and colleges will be required to wear face masks in communal areas and corridors from Thursday. New government guidance also says that "clinically extremely vulnerable" staff members should not come in to school.
The numbers point to a second wave. Without strong action, hospitalisations will increase and deaths will follow
As Spain, France and Germany start to struggle with rising Covid-19 cases, alarm bells are ringing again in the UK. Over the weekend, 3,000 new people tested positive for Covid-19 in a 24-hour period, and dozens of schools in England and Wales have reported outbreaks. While the number of hospitalisations is still low, the trajectory of the US, France and Spain suggest that hospitalisations tend to follow increased case numbers by several weeks.
Wearing a face covering will become mandatory in shops and supermarkets in England from 24 July.
It will be compulsory to wear a face covering in shops in England from Friday 24 July. However, the rules won't apply to shop workers, government minister George Eustice told the BBC. Those who fail to wear a mask will face a fine of up to £100. This will be reduced to £50 if people pay within 14 days. The rules will be enforced by the police, rather than shop workers. The National Police Chiefs' Council says guidance will be issued to officers once the details of the new legislation are known.
Boris's Covid crackdown bans late-night takeaways but allows deliveries, shuts pubs after 10pm but not gyms, and forces workers to stay home (if bosses decide they can): The new rules explained in full
Boris Johnson apologetically took a hammer to Britons' social lives today as he reintroduced lockdown measures in England to last possibly six months to see off a second wave of coronavirus. Pubs and other leisure and hospitality businesses like restaurants will face a 10pm curfew from Thursday.
Coronavirus: What are the rules for face masks or face coverings?
Many of the UK's secondary school pupils will have to wear face coverings when they return for the autumn term. The rules differ slightly around the country. In Scotland and Northern Ireland, secondary school pupils will have to wear face coverings between lessons from 31 August. In England, secondary schools will have the ''discretion'' to require face coverings in communal areas, where social distancing is not possible.