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Wyze [wyze.com] has Bo'er KN95 Disposable Face Masks (10 Count) for $19.99. Shipping is included.
  • Complies with GB 2626-2006 to meet KN95 standards, which is on the CDC list for "Use of respirators approved under standards used in other countries that are similar to NIOSH-approved N95 respirators."
  • Filters out particles and viruses in the air. It reduces the wearer's exposure to particles including small particle aerosols and large droplets.
  • Filters out at least 95% of airborne particles including small particle aerosols and large droplets (does not filter out oil-based aerosols).
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I've found using a good quality kn95 (I've used snow joe and been happy) with a quality surgeon style mask underneath (one with a good quality metal nose bridge) and attaching both the earloop straps to an "ear saver" creates an awesome seal for me, and has felt more airtight than some poor fitting N95 masks I've come across.
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Which mask do you recommend? Can you post a link to where we can buy? Thank you.
NOTHING yet is available for consumers. The good ones are being distributed only to medical personnel, as they should be.

Some retail stores are carrying some, like Staples, but they look generic. I wouldn't trust them, either.

Use a close-fitting mask (Target is selling 2 for $4), insert a PM 2.5 filter if you want, and avoid morons who refuse to wear masks.
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NOTHING yet is available for consumers. The good ones are being distributed only to medical personnel, as they should be.

Some retail stores are carrying some, like Staples, but they look generic. I wouldn't trust them, either.

Use a close-fitting mask (Target is selling 2 for $4), insert a PM 2.5 filter if you want, and avoid morons who refuse to wear masks.
Where do you get a 2.5pm filter?
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NOTHING yet is available for consumers. The good ones are being distributed only to medical personnel, as they should be.

Some retail stores are carrying some, like Staples, but they look generic. I wouldn't trust them, either.

Use a close-fitting mask (Target is selling 2 for $4), insert a PM 2.5 filter if you want, and avoid morons who refuse to wear masks.

Well said!
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Quick Facts about KN95 and N95 masks:

When you think protecting yourself from COVID-19 think about reducing both the amount of exposure to numbers of viral particles and the time exposed to those particles. It's not about stopping every single individual viral particle. But if you can reduce the amount viral particles out there that's a good thing. Yes the virus is much smaller and can get through a regular mask. But it mainly hitches a ride through water droplets which can be stopped by a mask. A mask does stop about 50% of viral particles released by a person. THAT'S WHY EVERYONE NEEDS TO WEAR SOME KIND OF MASK WHEN AROUND OTHER PEOPLE. it won't stop every single one but will reduce the amount of virus that's around to infect other people. IT'S NOT ABOUT YOU.

KN95 and N95 are standards for masks. If a mask meets those strict standards they get that designation.

KN95s are a different standard than N95 masks. In general N95 masks have more stringent standards and are more of an American standard.

The CDC has a list of approved KN95 mask manufacturers that they have approved for emergency use in place of N95 masks.

Do I need an N95 mask? UNLESS YOU ARE TAKING CARE OF COVID-19 HOSPITALS YOU DON'T NEED AN N95 MASK. The standards are used by HOSPITALS to take care of COVID-19 PATIENTS. In other words hospitals have to know that those masks are up to spec because healthcare workers are going into patient's rooms that are positive with the virus and actively shedding viral particles. The CDC list of approved manufacturers is not important if you are NOT taking care of COVID-19 patients. I work at the hospital and only people with DIRECT patient care are given N95s to take care of patients. Everyone else is using a surgical mask or a cloth mask. So even though these are likely made in China and not an approved manufacturer doesn't mean that these aren't good masks. These WILL protect you to a greater degree then a surgical or cloth mask but at the cost of less breath ability. So my recommendation is to use these if you want more protection in enclosed areas with lots of people, like when shopping. If you don't require the extra protection then use a surgical mask or cloth mask.
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Where do you get a 2.5pm filter?
Bezos World has them for $10/100.
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Where do you get a 2.5pm filter?
based on my research, pm2.5 filters only stop particles as small as 2.5 microns. these coronavirus particles are around 0.125 micron in size. 2626 KN95 masks have a 95%+ efficiency of stopping particles .3 micron in size with the ability to filter particles .007 micron in size.

I'm not a scientist, but idk why someone would recommend a pm2.5 filter in a cloth mask over this...that doesn't make any sense to me.
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CDC:

Signs that a respirator may be counterfeit:

No markings at all on the filtering facepiece respirator
No approval (TC) number on filtering facepiece respirator or headband
No NIOSH markings
NIOSH spelled incorrectly
Presence of decorative fabric or other decorative add-ons (e.g., sequins)
Claims for the of approval for children (NIOSH does not approve any type of respiratory protection for children)
Filtering facepiece respirator has ear loops instead of headbands

- https://www.cdc.gov/niosh/npptl/u...tResp.html [cdc.gov]
in your link: "NIOSH-approved FFRs will always have one the following designations: N95, N99, N100, R95, R99, R100, P95, P99, P100."

KN95 masks never have NIOSH markings. All these posts of yours are misleading and irrelevant and will turn people away from something that can actually help. per everything on the internet, KN95 is far better than PM2.5, but your previous comment now has people buying cotton masks and PM2.5 filters.
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What's the missing letter in Bo'er?
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Many tested have failed blocking particles even at 50% of the Chinese standard.

Such as these recalled by Canada:

https://healthycanadians.gc.ca/re...7a-eng.php

I suggest you read up on the subject.

ANYTHING posted on SD has turned out to be crap.
That doesn't mean the CDC certifies the mask. They are testing yes, but they don't get stamped with CDC approvals or officially certified
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Quick Facts about KN95 and N95 masks:

When you think protecting yourself from COVID-19 think about reducing both the amount of exposure to numbers of viral particles and the time exposed to those particles. It's not about stopping every single individual viral particle. But if you can reduce the amount viral particles out there that's a good thing. Yes the virus is much smaller and can get through a regular mask. But it mainly hitches a ride through water droplets which can be stopped by a mask. A mask does stop about 50% of viral particles released by a person. THAT'S WHY EVERYONE NEEDS TO WEAR SOME KIND OF MASK WHEN AROUND OTHER PEOPLE. it won't stop every single one but will reduce the amount of virus that's around to infect other people. IT'S NOT ABOUT YOU.

KN95 and N95 are standards for masks. If a mask meets those strict standards they get that designation.

KN95s are a different standard than N95 masks. In general N95 masks have more stringent standards and are more of an American standard.

The CDC has a list of approved KN95 mask manufacturers that they have approved for emergency use in place of N95 masks.

Do I need an N95 mask? UNLESS YOU ARE TAKING CARE OF COVID-19 HOSPITALS YOU DON'T NEED AN N95 MASK. The standards are used by HOSPITALS to take care of COVID-19 PATIENTS. In other words hospitals have to know that those masks are up to spec because healthcare workers are going into patient's rooms that are positive with the virus and actively shedding viral particles. The CDC list of approved manufacturers is not important if you are NOT taking care of COVID-19 patients. I work at the hospital and only people with DIRECT patient care are given N95s to take care of patients. Everyone else is using a surgical mask or a cloth mask. So even though these are likely made in China and not an approved manufacturer doesn't mean that these aren't good masks. These WILL protect you to a greater degree then a surgical or cloth mask but at the cost of less breath ability. So my recommendation is to use these if you want more protection in enclosed areas with lots of people, like when shopping. If you don't require the extra protection then use a surgical mask or cloth mask.
Someone actually educated, and spreading accurate knowledge not regurgitated facebook post from a Karen calling it gospel.

Your on point with everything, (as someone in safety, who daily fit tests staff in a houston medical center hospital covid unit)
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That's a scam. The building shown houses many small businesses. They had maybe 5 employees and 2 machines a couple months ago, but orders are not being fulfilled and they're not answering the phone. I saw the local news report weeks ago. And their stuff is not CDC approved, nor even submitted for approval.

https://communityimpact.com/austi...ugerville/
Ordered 100 masks from Armburst on 5/23 for an estimated ship date of June 5th (listed on order page at that time).
Received 120 masks on 6/20. 20 more they throw in as a bonus.

They received orders of 1.6 million masks in the first 3 days according to an email from the owner. They did apologize they were delayed in shipping out the masks due to the unexpected volumes of order.
I did emailed them back and got a reply within 1 hour. Excellent service.

Great quality masks. Strong nose metal wire that holds its shape better than any Chinese generic I have used.

Just to share the facts and my experience with Armburst.

edit: https://1drv.ms/u/s!AnPAPof3Msl9g...2?e=pjLvWf
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