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I sure this will get very cold because I know wearing a mask is not for everyone as some people don't believe it help to stop spreading the Covid-19 but for these want to protect themselves and others, Boots has this on offer currently. This is not the cheapest masks compare to some Amazon market and eBay but I don't trust the quality after reading some the reviews.

These masks will cost you £25 per 50 instead of £30 per box if you buy it separately.

This bundle contains 4 boxes of 50 disposable face masks (face coverings) made from three layers of skin-friendly fabric to cover the mouth and nose. They feature an elasticated ear loop fastening for optimal comfort and an adjustable nose bridge for best fit.

Each mask conforms to the EN 14683: 2019 standard and offers 95% bacterial filtration efficiency. (They do sell 98% bacterial filtration efficiency mask but currently out of stock)

Features

  • One size: 17.5cm x 9.5cm
  • Single-use only
  • Latex-free
  • Colour: blue and white

Max order 4 per customer. 200 masks should last a while for most family unless you're one of the businesses allow to re-open in June.
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I walk round with my wife at all times, it keeps others at a minimum of 4 metres away.
Even a homemade cotton mask provides some protection. Any barrier is better than no barrier. There are always going to be extreme examples but as a general rule its better to have one than not.
If you believe wearing a mask is pointless, then you really are a moron.
johnszi2326/05/2020 18:54

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Wearing this type of mask doesn't protect you but others
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50p a mask
Junk
johnszi2326/05/2020 18:54

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Wearing this type of mask doesn't protect you but others
Expensive - £19.99 for 50 home bargains so £80 for 200. You can get them on amazon for £12 for 50
Even a homemade cotton mask provides some protection. Any barrier is better than no barrier. There are always going to be extreme examples but as a general rule its better to have one than not.
johnszi2326/05/2020 18:54

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The point of the mask comes in when you said nearly.
johnszi2326/05/2020 18:54

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Out of interest, does she provide any peer reviewed randomised control trials which evidence that?
Bought 200 on amazon for £10 in February.
I work in infection control and wear FFP3 masks. For the general populace going to the shops an N95 would be ample. The only thing you need to be wary of is people sneezing and those airborne particles going in your eyes. That's why it's best keeping social distancing at this time because whilst Covid-19 doesn't make you sneeze Hayfever does and someone who's infected can transmit the disease from their allergic reaction to pollen.
I walk round with my wife at all times, it keeps others at a minimum of 4 metres away.
johnszi2326/05/2020 18:54

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Can't say I agree with her.

Go to 4:09 in that video. What she's saying is that Coronavirus isn't transmitted between humans unless they touch surfaces. We know that it can absolutely be transmitted from human to human when they're in close proximity, hence the social distancing rules we have in place. She says there's no point in social distancing whatsoever. Why should we believe her over all of the other "experts"?
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Surely, this is the safest way to travel. Social distancing solved.
Edited by: "Ccontrol" 26th May
If you believe wearing a mask is pointless, then you really are a moron.
the__cat26/05/2020 19:22

Can't say I agree with her.Go to 4:09 in that video. What she's saying is …Can't say I agree with her.Go to 4:09 in that video. What she's saying is that Coronavirus isn't transmitted between humans unless they touch surfaces. We know that it can absolutely be transmitted from human to human when they're in close proximity, hence the social distancing rules we have in place. She says there's no point in social distancing whatsoever. Why should we believe her over all of the other "experts"?


Show me who is the “expert” you mention??
Why the government not giving her the name of the “expert” who’s behind this measurements??
So you telling me if we do nothing but standing next to each other I can catch the virus? Don’t think so...
pelaquin26/05/2020 19:19

I work in infection control and wear FFP3 masks. For the general populace …I work in infection control and wear FFP3 masks. For the general populace going to the shops an N95 would be ample. The only thing you need to be wary of is people sneezing and those airborne particles going in your eyes. That's why it's best keeping social distancing at this time because whilst Covid-19 doesn't make you sneeze Hayfever does and someone who's infected can transmit the disease from their allergic reaction to pollen.


But if nobody sneez or cough there’s nothing in the air...
axgod226/05/2020 19:30

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I think you will find they are just voters of all parties and even non-voters who think the rules don't apply to them.
axgod226/05/2020 19:30

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They've probably got a shock cumming their way
causerino26/05/2020 19:11

Out of interest, does she provide any peer reviewed randomised control …Out of interest, does she provide any peer reviewed randomised control trials which evidence that?


Just check all the stuffs she was involved in, the list is endless... don’t think she’s talking
What you see/hear on media day after day, that’s a big pile. And what’s the evidence for any of that? Nothing
superpanda26/05/2020 19:33

I think you will find they are just voters of all parties and even …I think you will find they are just voters of all parties and even non-voters who think the rules don't apply to them.


Yes you are correct, it was a facetious reply to the facetious original comment.
Shame on you Boots for joining the exploitation extortion brigade!

we have these at work ironically they are manufactured in Beijing and are pretty poor quality
Edited by: "kobrakaan1" 26th May
johnszi2326/05/2020 19:31

Show me who is the “expert” you mention??Why the government not giving her …Show me who is the “expert” you mention??Why the government not giving her the name of the “expert” who’s behind this measurements??So you telling me if we do nothing but standing next to each other I can catch the virus? Don’t think so...


Well I said "experts", not "expert".

You absolutely can catch the virus if you're in close proximity to an infected person. If you want to argue against this, show me your evidence to suggest otherwise.
Quick question, I've bought a box of 50 cheapies from Amazon, but also a couple that explicitly state 'medical' on them. What is the difference? Besides the price obviously - 30p vs £1 each iirc
johnszi2326/05/2020 19:35

Just check all the stuffs she was involved in, the list is endless... …Just check all the stuffs she was involved in, the list is endless... don’t think she’s talking What you see/hear on media day after day, that’s a big pile. And what’s the evidence for any of that? Nothing


She's an absolute crackpot. So much so there's a great Reddit thread all about her.
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AzNDeals26/05/2020 19:53

Quick question, I've bought a box of 50 cheapies from Amazon, but also a …Quick question, I've bought a box of 50 cheapies from Amazon, but also a couple that explicitly state 'medical' on them. What is the difference? Besides the price obviously - 30p vs £1 each iirc


dunno? extra for printing? "medical" isn't a mask grade, I mean "sterile" might be
AzNDeals26/05/2020 19:53

Quick question, I've bought a box of 50 cheapies from Amazon, but also a …Quick question, I've bought a box of 50 cheapies from Amazon, but also a couple that explicitly state 'medical' on them. What is the difference? Besides the price obviously - 30p vs £1 each iirc


Medical means nothing its the FFP rating that matters ideally you need an FFP3 fluid resistant mask

An FFP (filtering facepiece) mask (also called respiratory protection mask or simply respirator) is a type of protective mask certified by the European Union that serves to protect against particulates such as dust particles.

The EN 149 standard defines three classes of filter efficiency for these masks, namely FFP1, FFP2 and FFP3.

It is an example of a mechanical filter respirator.
The mask is a half-face mask, which means that it protects the chin, nose and mouth. The mask must meet certain standards and effectiveness tests. Efficacy is assessed by the filtration rate (filter penetration, also referred to as efficiency), as well as the degree of leakage around the edges. The mask should be correctly adjusted to the face.

This type of mask, unlike the surgical mouth mask, protects the wearer from inhaling infectious agents or pollutants in the form of aerosols, droplets, or small solid
particles.

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personally I don't use this type at work I have some FFP3 masks I use
johnszi2326/05/2020 19:35

Just check all the stuffs she was involved in, the list is endless... …Just check all the stuffs she was involved in, the list is endless... don’t think she’s talking What you see/hear on media day after day, that’s a big pile. And what’s the evidence for any of that? Nothing


The point your missing, is that she hasn't provided any evidence either, other than her opinion. You won't believe the mainstream media, but will blindly trust the opinion of the alternative media. Free your mind, it's not all one side vs another.
the__cat26/05/2020 19:49

Well I said "experts", not "expert".You absolutely can catch the virus if …Well I said "experts", not "expert".You absolutely can catch the virus if you're in close proximity to an infected person. If you want to argue against this, show me your evidence to suggest otherwise.


Show me your evidence that if you stand close to me and you infected that your virus jumps off from your shoulder and lands on me... again, we’re not talking or anything, just stand still
causerino26/05/2020 20:04

The point your missing, is that she hasn't provided any evidence either, …The point your missing, is that she hasn't provided any evidence either, other than her opinion. You won't believe the mainstream media, but will blindly trust the opinion of the alternative media. Free your mind, it's not all one side vs another.


What I’m saying is that it’s a real person talking, who is a professor, not just an article typed in by some keyboard warrior journalist...
johnszi2326/05/2020 20:12

What I’m saying is that it’s a real person talking, who is a professor, not …What I’m saying is that it’s a real person talking, who is a professor, not just an article typed in by some keyboard warrior journalist...


I asked for some peer reviewed evidence, not a journalist article. If you don't know the difference, then there's literally no point carrying on.
johnszi2326/05/2020 20:08

Show me your evidence that if you stand close to me and you infected that …Show me your evidence that if you stand close to me and you infected that your virus jumps off from your shoulder and lands on me... again, we’re not talking or anything, just stand still


very well possible through breathing.
johnszi2326/05/2020 20:08

Show me your evidence that if you stand close to me and you infected that …Show me your evidence that if you stand close to me and you infected that your virus jumps off from your shoulder and lands on me... again, we’re not talking or anything, just stand still


Can you provide any examples of when people go out, stand completely still, and do nothing, literally nothing? No is the answer.
alright let's all calm down and put away our university of phoenix medical school certificates.
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causerino26/05/2020 20:17

Can you provide any examples of when people go out, stand completely …Can you provide any examples of when people go out, stand completely still, and do nothing, literally nothing? No is the answer.


Ok, you got me on there. But let’s say just standing in the queue or browsing in the shop, no talking no cough or sneeze...
sudbury26/05/2020 20:16

very well possible through breathing.

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Good morning. It’s not an airborn virus...
johnszi2326/05/2020 20:21

[Image] Good morning. It’s not an airborn virus...


I never said it was. Breathing is respiratory from my understanding, therefore water droplets from your breathe could very well transmit the virus no?

Airborne is through air. If you're standing right next to someone, say on the tube who is a heavy breather - what's preventing this person who maybe asymptomatic, breathing onto you and then giving you the virus? If this person were to be wearing a mask, then the likelihood of transmission, could then perhaps be reduced. At the end of the day this is all hypothetical, any barrier is better than no barrier.
Edited by: "sudbury" 26th May
johnszi2326/05/2020 20:21

[Image] Good morning. It’s not an airborn virus...


Covid 19 can remain airborne through sneezing, coughing and talking. The finer particles remain suspended in the air for a certain period
pelaquin26/05/2020 19:19

I work in infection control and wear FFP3 masks. For the general populace …I work in infection control and wear FFP3 masks. For the general populace going to the shops an N95 would be ample. The only thing you need to be wary of is people sneezing and those airborne particles going in your eyes. That's why it's best keeping social distancing at this time because whilst Covid-19 doesn't make you sneeze Hayfever does and someone who's infected can transmit the disease from their allergic reaction to pollen.


Is there anywhere to buy N95 masks such that it doesn’t deprive NHS of supplies they may need?
the__cat26/05/2020 19:22

Can't say I agree with her.Go to 4:09 in that video. What she's saying is …Can't say I agree with her.Go to 4:09 in that video. What she's saying is that Coronavirus isn't transmitted between humans unless they touch surfaces. We know that it can absolutely be transmitted from human to human when they're in close proximity, hence the social distancing rules we have in place. She says there's no point in social distancing whatsoever. Why should we believe her over all of the other "experts"?


Another one.... Not WHEN in close proximity bit when sneezing in close proximity. It is not some kind of micron animal who will jump from one person to another. As long as both people keeps their mouth shut they can pass each other on a sidewalk or stand close to each other in the bus.
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