As much as we’d all like the arrival of vaccinations to translate to the pandemic being over and a return to life “as normal,” verified medical supplies such as disposable face masks are still a necessary part of public interaction in the foreseeable future.
When COVID-19 hit, Dr. Lauren Zalay and MRI encountered a devastating issue with the lack of availability of PPE. So they organized and coordinated securing PPE for her office, plus other dental and health care offices around the city and across the country.
Demand for N95 and high-efficiency masks continues to grow as the new presidential administration issues protective orders requiring mask-wearing to slow the spread of coronavirus – especially as new variants of COVID-19 escalate throughout the world
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently released a statement that protective face masks do in fact offer protection for the wearer in addition to helping prevent the transmission of COVID-19.