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Covid-19 reusable patterned fabric face masks

£6.99

  • Reusable and washable – can be washed at 60 degrees and tumble dried
  • Available in several modern, stylish designs – London, New York, Aviation, Union, Rose, Stars and orange
  • Absorbent inner liner – quilting fleece helps capture any viral particles from sneezes and coughs
  • 3-ply with a wide, close-fitting outer liner – fits snug around the nose, mouth and chin for peace of mind
  • One size fits all – suitable for teenagers and adults

Crafted from modern and stylish fabrics, they are available in several striking designs – including London, New York, Aviation, Rose, Union, Stars and plain orange.

They are easy to sanitise and keep clean and can be washed over-and-over again at 60 degrees. The fabrics used to create these masks are also suitable for tumble drying, meaning you can always have a clean mask to-hand whenever you need it.

The inner lining of each mask is made from a quilting fleece that will help to absorb viral particles you may expel when coughing or sneezing. The outer lining is 100% woven cotton, with a wide, close-fitting design that helps to ensure the whole of the face is covered, including nose, mouth and chin.

These high-quality, reusable face masks have been created by the disabled entrepreneur who invented the quick and easy-to-use EasyTravelseat transfer seat and sling-in-one.

These fabric masks will help to protect others from droplets coughed or sneezed by the wearer, and wearing one is a requirement in some circumstances (scroll down below for more information on the new face covering rules)

The designs available include:

  • London – with a white inner lining
  • New York – with a burgundy inner lining
  • Aviation – with a navy inner lining
  • Union
  • Stars
  • Rose
  • Orange – dual-sided orange colour
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Wearing a face covering of some kind is recommended in a number of instances when out of the house, and is a requirement in others. These durable, reusable masks are an ideal solution that are both practical and stylish.

From 15th June 2020, in England, it is compulsory to wear a face mask or covering on public transport, including busses, trains, aircrafts and ferries. This will also be the case in Scotland from 22nd June.

If you’re caught without a face mask, you’ll be denied access to public transport and be given a fine of £100 (£50 if paid within 14 days).

But there are exemptions. These rules don’t apply to children under the age of 11 and disabled people or those with health conditions when there is a ‘reasonable excuse‘ not to. If you think this might apply to you, take a look at our face mask exemption card, which includes detailed information on the exemptions.

It’s also worth keeping in mind that the Government has advised people to wear face coverings in hospitals and in enclosed spaces where social distancing isn’t possible.

In England, from the 15th June, people visiting the hospital to see a patient or as an outpatient are strongly advised to wear face coverings. But no one will be denied care and masks will be provided by the hospital ‘in emergencies’.

In enclosed spaces, such as shops, where social distancing isn’t possible, the Government has advised that you wear a face covering. This applies to people in England, Scotland, and Northern Ireland.

As an employee, it’s up to individual businesses to assess whether PPE is necessary for any particular context, so check the rules for your particular work setting with your employer.

Please keep in mind that these fabric masks aim to minimise the transmission of viruses by limiting the spread of droplets created by the wearer. However, unlike surgical masks or filter masks, they don’t protect the wearer in the same way.

If you’re unsure what mask to get for yourself or a loved one or care assistant, visit our comprehensive guide to PPE explained.

Design

London (White lining), New York (Burgundy lining), Aviation (Navy lining), Orange (Orange lining), Union, Roses, Stars

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