Face masks are now being recommended and as at 23rd July they are mandatory in Melbourne due to the increased number of coronavirus (COVID-19) cases. Wearing a face mask provides an additional physical barrier and helps reduce community transmission. Face masks should be worn where its difficult to keep 1.5m apart from other people.
In addition to wearing a face mask, it’s important to continue good hygiene practices by washing your hands often and for 20 seconds with soap and water or you can use an alcohol-based hand sanitiser, coughing and sneezing into your elbow or tissue. There are two types of face masks that are being recommended – cloth and surgical single-use masks.
Here’s how face masks can reduce transmission risk to 0%
Flick offers 3 types of high-quality masks. All can be purchased in bulk and have a shelf life of 2 years. To order simply call 13 14 40.
Did you know we also offer a range of no-touch washroom and hygiene solutions, click here to learn more.
Protect yourself and others and together let’s give Covid-19 the Flick!
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