N95 Face Masks
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N95 masks are performance-tested, respiratory masks used to filter out around 95% of airborne particulates. They are more effective than cloth masks at protecting yourself and others from COVID-19. KN95 face masks are a Chinese equivalent of N95 masks and are more readily available in Australia.
Knowing the difference between P2, N95 and KN95 face masks can be confusing, however they are relatively similar in terms of protection.
While an N95 mask will not make you immune to the virus, it can stop particles that are released when someone coughs or sneezes from reaching your nose or mouth. They also lessen the chances of you infecting others in the event that you have contracted the virus without realising it.
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Masks are most effective when used in combination with frequent hand washing or use of an alcohol-based hand sanitiser. You can find out more information on when and how to use masks here on the World Health Organization's site.
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