Where to buy N95 masks in Adelaide

Posted: 31 March 2022 4:00 pm

South Australia has some of the strictest mask regulations in the country. Be advised on your best options for buying N95 masks in Adelaide.

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Adelaide's mask mandate is expected to lift on 14 April. That means you still have 2 weeks of wearing a mask anytime you enter an indoor public space. But just because the mandate is set to lift doesn't mean you should completely throw away your stock and never think about them again.

They will still be necessary in some settings and are a great way to mitigate the spread of COVID, whether or not they are mandatory. This is especially true given rising case numbers in South Australia and the rest of the country.

There is a broad consensus that N95 and KN95 masks are the best face covering for fighting the spread of the extremely transmissible Omicron variant. The KN95 mask is a Chinese-manufactured equivalent to the N95 mask that has increased breathability thanks to a tent design.

Here are your best options for buying N95 masks online in Adelaide and South Australia.

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Look no further than the MedCart marketplace for a wide range of single-use face masks, respirator masks, reusable cloth masks and replacement filters to protect you and your loved ones from the spread of harmful viruses and infection.

  • Available in multi-packs and bulk - ideal for businesses
  • Secure checkout
  • Afterpay available
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Rapid Medical Supplies

Rapid Medical Supplies

Rapid Medical Supplies offers an array of affordable masks including surgical, N95 and KN95 options having 95% or more filter efficiency. It stocks surgical masks family saver bundles in packs of up to 50.

  • N95 mask has a filter efficiency of 95% or greater
  • 3-layered surgical mask (pack of 50)
  • 100% quality guarantee
  • TGA approved (ARTG# 337767NIOSH)
  • NIOSH approved: GB 19083-2010 standard
  • Free express shipping over $100
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Quality Medical Supplies

Quality Medical Supplies

Australian-owned business Quality Medical Supplies has a range of lab-tested KN95 masks in stock in various quantities.

  • Bulk mask packs available
  • 100% Australian-owned and operated
  • CE- and FDA-certified
Go to Quality Medical Supplies
Aussie Pharma Direct

Aussie Pharma Direct

Aussie Pharma Direct offers quality 100% Australian-made and owned healthcare products that meet Australian compliance standards.

  • Cutting-edge nanofibre filter which filters 99.66% of airborne particulates
  • P2 masks with a nanofibre filter that last longer than P2 masks
  • 4 layers to help protect you against airborne viruses
  • Certified P2 Aus/NZ standard AS/NZS 1716:2012 (N95 standard)
  • TGA registered (ARTG #335981)
  • Free shipping for orders over $50
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Australian Mask Specialist

Australian Mask Specialist

Australian Mask Specialist offers quality masks with a guarantee, so you can be assured that you're buying legitimate products.

  • Available in packs ranging from 5–100 KN95 masks
  • Dispatch in 1–2 days
  • Shipping available Australia-wide
Go to Australian Mask Specialist
Affordable Masks

Affordable Masks

Affordable Masks stocks certified surgical masks in packs of 50.

  • Certified by the TGA Australia
  • Masks tested and certified to international standards
Go to Affordable Masks
Healthcare Store

Healthcare Store

Healthcare Store is an Australian-owned and operated company offering a variety of affordable and safe face masks.

  • TGA certified P2, KN95 and 3-ply masks
  • Free express postage within Australia
  • Orders sent within 24 hours
  • Bulk discounts available
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Kogan is one of Australia's favourite shopping destinations. It sells face masks from the most popular brands (such as 3M) in packs of 20 or more.

  • Free shipping on selected products
  • 14-day money-back guarantee on Kogan-brand products
  • Responsive customer service team
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eBay has multiple sellers, so delivery times can vary. You can search by guaranteed delivery date to see which mask will reach you the fastest.

  • Wide selection available
  • Free delivery on some items with eBay Plus membership
  • Sort sellers by estimated delivery date
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Although Amazon doesn't stock first-class masks, similar P2 masks are available. You can find a wide range of P2 masks thanks to the variety of sellers at hand.

  • Sign up to Amazon Prime and get free shipping and returns on some items
  • Trusted online marketplace
  • See customer ratings before buying
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SA mask rules explained

South Australia currently has some of the strictest face mask regulations in Australia. You must wear a mask in SA in the following settings:

  • High-risk settings.
  • Healthcare services — but not if a mask gets in the way of the service.
  • Aged- and disability-care facilities.
  • Personal care services — but not if a mask gets in the way of the service.
  • Public transport.
  • Indoor public places — except bridal parties during ceremonies.
  • Indoor fitness venues — except when exercising.
  • Schools, for all adults and all students in years 7–12, with years 3–6 strongly encouraged to wear masks indoors.

You do not need to wear a mask in these settings if:

  • You're a child under the age of 12. Kids aged 2 years and younger must not wear a face mask or covering because these are a choking and suffocation risk.
  • You have a relevant medical condition, including problems with your breathing, a serious condition of the face, a disability or mental health condition.
  • In circumstances where the ability to see the mouth is essential for communication, such as to enable communication by or with any patron who is deaf or hard of hearing.
  • When you're eating or drinking.

Face masks regulations are expected to be relaxed on 14 April to be more in line with the rest of the country. They will still be required in a number of settings, including aged care and other high-risk settings.

COVID rules in SA

COVID-Safe Check-In is required in all businesses that conduct defined public activities. The following exceptions apply:

  • Recreational transport.
  • Property auctions and inspections.
  • Public transport.
  • Taxis and ride share.
  • Educational facilities.

Click here for a full run-down of all COVID regulations in SA.

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Looking to purchase other types of masks? See our guide for where to buy P2, N95 and KN95 face masks online.

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