We offer online shopping below, with products to help with COVID - masks, shields and protections. There are better masks than others but most any can work if worn correctly (and have layers you can't see through) and distancing from infected others.
Masks and/or face shields (see below) should be worn as safety accessories to both protect others from your germs and protect you from other's germs. If everyone wears a mask that covers the mouth and nose with a good seal, the germs won't travel as far toward anyone. Make sure any cloth masks show no light looking through them - always 2 layers of tight material, and preferably a filter inside. If you have homemade ones - make sure they are used safely as describe prior. Make sure there is a nose clamp, as well.
Cloth and reusable masks should be cleaned daily - just like underwear. The outside may have virus germs on so clean it in soap and hot water. If the disposable paper ones are to be reused a few times, put them out in the sun for a few hours to help disinfect them. I keep several on my car dash and put the last one used at the far side, while using the closest one (which has been in the sun the longest) the next time. I use the disposable ones when I forget my cloth ones (which has an opening to put a filter in - I put a blue shop towel piece in it) or if they aren't dry from washing. If using a face mask, clean the shield on both sides, daily. Remember - wearing a mask is you being kind to others, looking out for others. It's also to help you from getting germs - if your mask is good enough but also dependent on others. As the vaccination isn't 100% effective, it's hit or miss as to who it might not work well on. Variants keep challenging our protocols of prevention. My own neighbor was fully vaccinated and still died of COVID later. I have friends who were fully vaccinated and still got COVID (milder cases) but recovered completely at home with no doctor care. A vaccination is a good preventative - but not 100% effective, which means not everyone develops antibodies from the shot. You can get an antibody test from your doctor to see if your shot works for you. In times of diseases, many vaccinations were required - measles, mumps, rubella, etc. Because most people were required or willingly got the shots, these diseases have been in control from the population. The vaccine (except J&J) has no fetal cells at all - just as with many vaccines and medications, the testing line has used some of those cells. Some other vaccines have grown the virus in fetal cells (from aborted fetuses from the 60's - no more recent ones since then). Figure your best defense and be mindful of others and their defense paths. Everyone had a reason for their choices. If they do not want to be around you or others if unmasked or unvaccinated, be understanding, as many people have weakened systems from surgery or illnesses and cannot afford to get sick. PR
Hand sanitizer, antibacterial wipes, and immune support - search the terms Self=help or call a doctor? Are you needing advance funds while waiting for a COVID related lawsuit?
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